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Art-o-mancy - Ask a Question About Your Life and Get the Answer from a Work of Art


Minneapolis Institute of Arts
2400 Third Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55404
(612) 870-3000

Time of Event:
5:30-9:00pm Arrive promptly at 5:30pm...More information to follow

Open to the public: 
Admission: $36.00

Art-o-mancy Art-o-mancy turns the art museum into your personal oracle. We invite you to experience it for yourself on Thursday, May 21 at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts from 5:30-9:00pm. Art-o-mancy is a multi-sensory mode of interaction with artworks and artifacts that turns the entire museum into a giant Tarot deck. When you play it with the Art-o-mancy team of Oracle Guides, you’ll close your eyes and let yourself be directed by your intuition (with your Guide keeping you safe) to a work of art that suggests an answer to even the deepest questions about your life. Play with a group of your fellow FSIM members who will share their insights about you.



Laurie PhilllipsLAURIE PHILLIPS, a founder of Art-o-mancy, makes art that asks the question, "what's it like to be you?" Her latest project is a story-portrait book about four family members who experienced the suicide of their husband/father, "The Suicide Survivors' Club." Laurie also works as a stress relief coach for women who feel overwhelmed by their job, their health or their relationships. She’s a national workshop leader for institutions like Abbott Northwestern Hospital, Gilda’s Club Cancer Resource Center, and Struthers Parkinson’s Center.



Mary Cayan

MARY CAYAN, MSW, PCC, is an organizational development whiz, a personal coach and artist with 20+ years of experience in assisting organizations and individuals to articulate and design their visions and make them real. She has worked extensively in the non-profit and government sectors doing needs assessment, grant-writing, strategic planning and fundraising. She's a founding member of the L’artivist public art movement, partnering with the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, the Toronto, Ontario school system, and Friends School of Minnesota. Mary is a certified New Equations teacher. She's been a docent with the Minneapolis Institute of Arts for 13 years.