at 5217 Excelsior Blvd, Minneapolis, 55416 United States
Woody's is finished and unfinished furniture store with a 35+ year history.
At Woody's we sell quality finished and unfinished furniture at a fair price, all with an ongoing commitment to offer each customer excellent, personalized service in a friendly, easy-going atmosphere. Our categories include: bedroom; dining/kitchen; office/living; juvenile/kids; entertainment; outdoor/rustic; home accessories/accents; custom furnishings; finishing options; and upholstered furniture/mattresses.
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About the CollegeThe Art Institutes International Minnesota is part of The Art Institutes, a system of proprietary colleges focusing on creative industries. The Art Institutes International Minnesota offers certificate, associates, and bachelor’s degrees with an enrollment of over 2,000 students. The school is located in two facilities in Minneapolis, MN, the LaSalle Building, located at 15 South 9th Street in downtown Minneapolis, and the historic Pence Building, located on the corner of 8th and Hennepin. The Art Institutes International Minnesota houses a variety of classrooms, labs, kitchens, library, student lounges, photography studios, and a student-run restaurant called the “Gourmet Gallery.”HistoryLocated in downtown Minneapolis, The Art Institutes International Minnesota, located at 15 South 9th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55402, prepares students for careers in the visual and practical arts. The Art Institutes International Minnesota was founded in 1964 by Petrena Lowthian establishing what was to become Lowthian College.In 1981, Lowthian College was authorized to award the Associate in Applied Science degree. The Art Institutes acquired the College in early 1997. In 2000, The Art Institutes International Minnesota was granted approval to award the Bachelor of Science degree and in 2004, was granted approval to award the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. In 2008, The Art Institutes International Minnesota expanded to a second campus, located in the historical Pence Building at 800 Hennepin Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403.Art Institutes' parent company, Education Management Corporation, has been the target of investigations and lawsuits alleging overzealous and inappropriate recruitment practices.Former presidents include: 1997 – 2001: Glenn Johannesen 2002-2004: Dr. Alan Stutts 2004-2006: Larry Horn 2006-2008: Joseph Marzano 2008-2010: William A. Johnson 2010 – 2012: Dr. Jeffrey Allen