In Winnipeg, A Skating Rink That Doubles as a Sculpture Park
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In Winnipeg, A Skating Rink That Doubles as a Sculpture Park

Welcome, sub-freezing temperatures! Canadians once again prove they know how to not just endure winter, but enjoy it. My latest piece in the New York Times (click HERE) covers the Red River Mutual Trail in Winnipeg, a ribbon-like skating trail on the city’s two intersecting rivers and the annual architectural competition to create warming huts along them. The result is a serial sculpture park where you skate between installations.