Where's Art? with Annie Dugan: the intersectionality of art and film

Jan 11, 2021

Still from "The Last Honey Hunter," part of the North House Folk School's Winter Virtual Film Fest

No matter where you're physically located, you can enjoy the North House Folk School's Winter Virtual Film Fest from your couch, and maybe with a bowl of popcorn.

The film offerings change every week and you can find more information online here.

Credit Allen Killian-Moore/Facebook

Unweaving Unwound by filmmaker Allen Killian-Moore, is "an avant-garde visual document of the creation and installation of Unweaving, a public sculpture project by artist Tia Keobounpheng."

More information about the project is available here.

from James Woodfill's "Code Practice" exhibit

From the Joseph Nease Gallery, about James Woodfill's exhibit Code Practice:

CODE PRACTICE refers to a body of sculptural works created over the last year and was intended to be the subject of a solo exhibition physically installed at Joseph Nease Gallery starting this summer. The novel coronavirus instigated our shift to a virtual web-based platform for an exhibition of his recent stop frame animations and sound work HERE.

In addition a very nice exhibition catalog has been put together associated with this exhibition HERE.

Credit Teri Glembin/Nordic Center

Teri Glembin is brightening the gloomy days with her A Dala A Day exhibit at the Nordic Center. You can find out, not only about the exhibit, but about opportunities to color your own Dala horse or even create and embroider one!

Credit Duluth Art Institute

The Duluth Art Institute's Free FriDAI page is a growing collection of fun digital activities ... you can either print them out and work them in three dimensions or enjoy them online.