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Phase 3
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Description: The final placement of the Millennium sculpture is in front of Roosevelt Middle School of the Arts, Milwaukee, WI. 2003
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'Time'
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Description: The stepping stones are placed in concentric circles to represent the growth of awareness and higher consciousness to a global world.
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Phase 2 of the Millennium Project 1999
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Description: The entire project was supported by the Wisconsin Center District and the Greater Milwaukee Convention and Visitors Bureau. The project has now been transformed into 'Time'. The head and tail of the vessel now stand as arches in time. A celebration of the Millennium. A respect and hope for the new Millennium. The sculputre and all it's wonderful components is shown here on exhibit in San Diego Convention Center representing the City of Milwaukee.
Dimensions: 12'h.
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Time Vessel
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Description: Friends and visualization--recording hopes and dreams of a community.
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Spiraling Path
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Description: The stepping stones are creating a spiraling path. Shown here are the time vessels created by local businesses. Also shown are the wishes and the 'heart' of the vessel.
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Hopes and Dreams
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Description: The portrait banners were created by middle school students depicting the faces of Milwaukee's future. The metal arches describing the heart of the vessel and holding all the friendship pins and wishes were created by Marian Vieux. Marian has defined her overlays of fabric on the metal arches as 'the defining spiraling path around the poles are symbolic of a journey into an ethereal world through which mind and sirit travel.'
Dimensions: 24'h. x 34'w.
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Ready for the first exhibit
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Description: A whole community worked for 5 months to create 'Journey' for the grand opening of the Midwest Community Center in Milwaukee, WI.
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Friendship Pins and Wishes
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Description: The MPS highschool students created friendship pins. Each pin had 3 rings representing past, present and future. The 3 rings were then strung with beads and pendants made of bone, metal, ceramic, stone and glass found from around the world. These friendship pins held their wishes and wishes of other to the heart of the vessel--the center arches.
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The Tail
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Description: Both the head and the tail transform in Phase 2 of the Millennium Project.
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'Journey' 1998
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Description: The overall shape of all the components in Phase 1 portrays a vessel, a abstract ship. The tail of the ship and the head of the ship were made from fiberglass.
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14 Milwaukee Public Schools
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Description: Phase 1 of the Milwaukee Millennium Art Project involved many children from the city. The Elementary students created stepping stones.
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