Where's Art? with Annie Dugan: "the hypnotic power of the moving image" and goofin' with statues

Jun 3, 2019

Credit Allen Killian-Moore

The Duluth Art Institute holds a reception for three shows tomorrow (Tuesday, June 4):

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Popular Opinions: A Cultural Discussion

It's the first first curated exhibition by interns at the Duluth Art Institute.

Rachel Feigal, Megan Finegan, Chieze Kaip, and Sierra Lundmark developed the project from beginning to end.

Susanna Gaunt, Russell Prather, Natalie Salminen Rude, Juliane Shibata: Strata

Credit Rosemary Guttormson

On Thursday (June 6), Karin Kraemer pairs pottery with watercolor in COLOR, Paintings of the Lake Superior Watercolor Society at Duluth Pottery.

And in case you heard the laughing at the top of the show about people having fun with public art, here's a article sure to make you smile:

200 Times People Took Posing With Sculptures To Another Level

Alllen Killian-Moore: I Am What's Wrong With The World