Tonight is the opening reception of Umbra, by Terresa Moses at Zeitgeist, and following that, Cocktails & Conversation: Black Womxn Artists. Moderated by Sandra Oyinloye, Moses will be joined by local artists Kym E Young, and Carla Hamilton in a conversation about their work, perspectives, and experience.
You don't have to wait until the next Downtown Duluth Arts Walk to spend an evening bopping from one arts venue to another. The Roundabout Art Tour gives you three hours to take in seven unique venues in Carlton County.
One of the highlights of this time of year is the Duluth All Souls Night at the Depot. On the one hand, it's an event to recognize grief, loss, and those who are no longer with us. On the other hand, it's a night of music, dancing, and performances. In the words of the event's Facebook page:
Duluth's annual fall multicultural evening festival of interactive arts observing grief and the change of season with displays, ceremony, spectacle, funeral march, and fire. We are about honoring our ancestors, feeling our losses, naming societal ills (rotten ideas) that need to die, imagining and manifesting a better world.