Art at Munroe-Meyer
The art created or chosen for the new Munroe-Meyer Institute was done so purposefully and carefully to achieve a sense of welcome and comfort, inclusion and belonging. Learn more about a few of those pieces here.
Kinetic Sculptures by artist Anthony Howe
Soar is a wind-powered kinetic sculpture that stands at the southeast corner of the Munroe-Meyer Institute. SOAR was made possible through a generous gift honoring Ruth Scott, a principal donor for the MMI replacement building.
- Linked stainless armatures rotating around a circular axis
- 35' high x 18' wide x 9' deep; stainless steel; 4,000 lbs
- Originally named Azlon II
Waterfall is a wind-powered kinetic sculpture located at the main entrance of MMI. Waterfall was made possible through a generous gift from Bob and Myrna Krohn, longtime friends and supporters of the Munroe-Meyer Institute.
- 768 stainless cups rotating around two circular axles mounted on aluminum base
- 13' x 8' x 8'; 410 lbs
A Place Where Everyone Belongs is a 4'4' cut paper one-of-a-kind creation by local artist, Lisa Worrall. 'A place where everyone belongs!' a central message within MMI, is part of the design. This piece was funded by a grant in 2021 from the Munroe-Meyer Guild and is displayed in the Recreational Therapy Department, inside the south entrance on level one.