Annie Dugan

Annie Dugan is intrigued by things like the tension between acrylic and enamel paints ... but audiences may be more curious about the tension generated when a father-in-law (DeWitt) and his son-in-law (Webster) generate an art show together.

Martin DeWitt and Andrew Webster's exhibit reception is tonight (July 15). 

AICHO

On Tuesday, July 9th, The Arrowhead Regional Arts Council (ARAC) is holding open office hours from 2 to 5:30 p.m., where artists can not only ask for grant writing tips from Holly, their grants manager, there is also great local art on the walls to be seen!

Prøve Gallery

You have until midnight to submit your work to the Prøve Gallery's You Don't Know Me exhibition.  The exhibit will open with a reception on Friday, July 19.

Meanwhile Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota are sponsoring the third Duluth Youth Creative Challenge at their downtown retail center.  The exhibit will be up this week, featuring the work of artists aged 5-16.

Matthew E. Moses/Moses Images/Grandma's Marathon

Grandma's Marathon was a great warmup for folks planning to spend a couple of days at the Park Point Art Fair this weekend.

Annie Dugan has the rest of your training tips including sunscreen, water and how to pace hourself.

Meanwhile, real die-hards can pregame Friday with the Downtown Duluth Arts Walk.

Ivy Vainio

Wednesday (June 19) at Zeitgeist, Ivy Vainio's Breaking Free Exhibition Reception runs from 6-8pm.

Robert Adams has a new exhibit up at the Duluth Coffee Company.  You might recall his Play Me piece from a Duluth Art Institute show a while back.

And speaking of art, food and beverage, Sue Rauschenfels opens an exhibit this Wednesday (June 12) at Pizza Luce'.

Allen Killian-Moore

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

Russell Prather

If the cloudy forecast and 50-50 chance of rain today has you exploring indoor entertainment options,

Arrowhead Regional Arts Council

The Arrowhead Regional Arts Council celebrated a Northland artist and an art advocate this past weekend at the 21st Annual Arrowhead Arts Awards. Glass artist Mike Tonder and MacRostie Art Center Executive Director Katie Marshall were honored.

Zenith Books/Facebook

Tonight (May 6) - the book launch of Emma B at the Zenith Bookstore

Tuesday (May 7) - Ken Bloom talks about The Concept of Time & Space in Photography as part of the Tweevenings series at the Tweed Museum of Art

Thursday (May 9) The Magnolia Cafe holds a Salon and Opening Reception for Cloquet painter Adam Swanson.

Tim Hammond

Synesthesia is a condition where one sensory or cognitive pathway is cross-connected with another (for example, hearing sounds causing a person to see colors).  So with that idea in mind, Where's Art host Annie Dugan celebrates The Homegrown Music Festival by highlighting music-related visual art that can be seen in the Twin Ports.  Tonight (Monday) at 6 pm at the Duluth Coffee Company is the Wolfskull Creative Musician Portraits Opening Reception, featuring portraits of area musicians and also

We Are Water: Story Slam, tonight at 6:30pm

The Lincoln Park Business Group plein air clean up rescheduled to Wednesday beginning at 10:00am

St. Scholastica's Annual Student Exhibition opening is taking place later on Wednesday beginning at 3:00pm

Annie Dugan says in Canada, your doctor might write you a prescription to go look at art.

Prescription or not, you'll hardly be able to miss art this week.  49 years after the first Earth Day, 29 years after the first Art for Earth Day Gallery Hop, the Twin Ports continues its fine tradition of celebrating the natural world and the artists who remind us why we live here.

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Craft on Draft with Duluth Pottery

Tuesday, April 9 at Bent Paddle

National Crime Victims' Week Art Opening Reception

Wednesday, April 10, Zeitgeist Atrium

Native American Artists Panel Talk

Thursday, April 11, Tweed Museum of Art

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