The American Swedish Institute is a vibrant arts and cultural center and museum in Minneapolis. Exhibits in the 1908 Turnblad Mansion and contemporary Nelson Cultural Center focus on modern and historic Nordic arts, craft and culture, and FIKA, the cafe, serves New Nordic-inspired cuisine.
Putting a contemporary spin on traditional glass house objects, Swedish glass artists are taking the medium of glass to a new level. Explore the innovative world of modern glass in "Pull, Twist, Blow: Transforming the Kingdom of Crystal" on view through October 13, 2013.
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