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Nov 18, 2019

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has an online feature art and book nerds need to take note of: MetPublications offers "five decades of Met Museum publications on art history available to read, download, and/or search for free."

Incidentally, the Getty Museum in L.A. and the Guggenheim have also released art books online.

Installation views of "Foot in the Door 4", MAEP Galleries; galleries 264-265
Credit Minneapolis Institute of Art

If you've ever dreamed of adding "exhibited at the Minneapolis Institute of Art" to your resume, stay tuned to their web page.  

The Foot in the Door 5 exhibition will be mounted next summer, and submission information is coming in January.  

Credit Bob Pokorney/Prøve Collective‎

Doors open Wednesday night at 7:15pm for a TED at Teatro event called Creativity: Carefully Unfolding the Embrace.  Local architect and creative thinker Cheryl Fosdick is the featured guest.

Friday, Tischer Photography celebrates their second anniversary and the Prøve Collective‎ says farewell to the Bob Pokorney exhibition with a closing reception.

Saturday, again at the Prøve Collective‎, artist Flo Matamoros hosts the fourth of their 2019 Artist-led Workshop Series, Zine Workshop: Self-Love Club & Forgiveness.

The workshop is free and open to everyone; but there are some supplies you might want to bring:

This artist-led workshop will explore the creation of zines as way to center notions of self, forgiveness, letting go, and healing.

Participants should bring any collage materials, favorite pens or markers, photocopies, etc. that bring them joy. Papers, markers, paints, glue, and other materials will also be provided. Participation is free and open to all. Participants should dress comfortably and be ready to deal with the feels. We'll have some snacks. If interested, please email jamie@provegallery.com to reserve a spot.