It's the "back to school" edition of "Where's Art"! Duluth Art Institute curator Annie Dugan says there are art classes for every age, experience level and interest this fall. Options include the DAI's "Big Art for Littles" program, one-day workshops at Pineapple Arts Center and Studio 15, the tech-rich Makers Space and a chance to make your own glass wine goblet and press it into service immediately afterwards.
The Minnesota State Fair is more than just livestock and food on a stick; Annie Dugan, curator of the Duluth Art Institute recommends you check out the Fine Arts Building (and or the exhibit of seed art.)
A challenge: Annie says pick a piece that catches your eye (or stop every ten paces or so and choose the piece you're standing in front of), then set your phone's stopwatch and just look at one piece of art carefully for two minutes. Then walk on a bit and try it again with another art work.
The art ... of vacation. Annie Dugan is the curator of the Duluth Art Institute, but she still enjoys taking in art when she's got some time off. The thing is, she says, a change of scene is important for the making of - and looking at - art.