Your best view is via the slick lifts that whiz you to the different floors of the museum.You can also access the exhibition floors by winding up or down the narrow, shiny black steel staircase.Don’t get too carried away by seeing Sparta finish ahead of teams like division one top-ranked Kaukauna and division two top-ranked Luxemburg-Casco. Kaukauna was at the Minnesota Christmas Tournament while Luxemburg-Casco was off.It was a good showing for the Spartans with some strong performances by Sparta’s upper weights by Kelten Pfaff, Marcus Cox, Garet Pfaff and Noah Benish. All four of his matches ended via first period pin with none lasting longer than .Entry to the museum is free for under-18s and there’s an art education centre for school children in the basement, complete with a designated drop-off zone.The museum also offers guided audio tours for visitors.Much of the art exhibited across some 6500 square metres of gallery space belongs to German businessman and African art enthusiast, Jochen Zeitz, who is also the main funder of this iconic new institution that comprises some 100 different gallery spaces.AN ARCHITECTURAL MASTERPIECE What makes the space more spectacular is that it used to be an old grain silo, built in the 1920s, and was once the tallest building in Sub-Saharan Africa.
See the work of some of the most respected artists working today, including Nicholas Hlobo, Cyrus Kabiru, Hank Willis Thomas, Jody Paulsen, Kendell Geers and William Kentridge, to name just a few.
120 – Vince Polhamus, 3rd Place, 1-1 with a pin 138 – Thomas Treu, 9th Place, 3-2 with a pin 138 – Kyle Erickson, 2nd Place, 4-1 with three pins 145 – David Hayes, 1st Place, 5-0 with two pins and a major decision 152 – Brett Von Ruden, 1st Place, 4-0 with three pins 160 – Hayden Krein, 1st Place, 4-0 with four pins 170 – Mathias Krein, 3rd Place, 2-1 with two pins 182 – Kelten Pfaff, 2nd Place, 2-1 with two pins 195 – Marcus Cox, 7th Place, 2-2 with a pin 220 – Garet Pfaff, 3rd Place, 4-1 with four pins 285 – Noah Benish, 2nd Place, 2-1 And here are the team scores from the Willard Schmidt Scramble…
From Friday, 22 September to Monday, 25 September 2017, everyone was invited to visit the museum for free.
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