The popular sculpture “I in Edina” is likely returning to its spot on the Edina Promenade as a permanent piece of the city’s public art collection.
The sculpture, which was the brainchild of Edina Public Schools student Mac Anderson, was discussed at a Feb. 25 meeting of the city’s Arts and Culture Commission. City staff proposed that the sculpture, which had been removed due to wear and tear, become a permanent part of Edina’s public art collection. The commission unanimously supported the move.
“This is kind of the first step of many to bring this back to Edina for residents