1985, 24:45 min, color, sound

The streets of Minneapolis are transformed into a carnival of unconventional performance, as Blumberg spiritedly captures five artists in "that verité experience — caught in the act of creating." A two hundred-foot balloon sculpture by Susan Keiser, sculptor Donald Lipski's one hundred can-kicking kids, sound artist Richard Lehrman's wired musical wheelchairs, musician David Moss' "found object" marching band, and Sandy Spieler's large, painted Walking Art Collectors and Muses of Art are among the parade creations of artists who share Blumberg's enthusiasm for community-based public art.

Audio/VTR/Lighting: Jan Kroeze. CMX Editor: Alan Moorman. Produced by KTCA, Walker Art Center and University Community Video.