The Hennepin County Government Center in downtown Minneapolis offers an indoor atrium and an outdoor plaza, equipped to host gallery exhibits as well as performances. The Summer on the Plaza series runs June through August with musicians, dancers, education workshops, etc. The Hennepin Gallery exhibits are part of the county’s commitment to serve the community with a variety of fine arts and educational displays. Examples range from the Celebrating Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month to the “8030 Project,” a photograph installation that was created as a community participatory public art project to raise awareness of the estimated 22 U.S. veterans and soldiers who commit suicide every day.