Tweevenings

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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.

Tomorrow's (2/5) Tweevenings program is called Out of the Shadows: Annie Traquair Lang & Helen M. Turner, and is hosted by Dr. Jennifer Web of UMD.

      

And the Prøve Collective is reopening after several months of extensive renovation ... you can enjoy the revitalized space and Jay Whitcomb's Demons and Angels: Moments of Clarity beginning Friday evening.

 

Baylee Reinert, Tweed Museum of Art, Alan Light/Flickt

Tuesday: rescheduled Tweevenings.  Thursday: Sarah Brokke with a reading and discussion on her current exhibit at the Duluth Art Institute.  Friday: "Impermanently Content" at the Prøve Gallery.  Saturday: art sales everywhere you look.  And in the meantime, if we're going to have 40 degree temps anyway, you may as well check in with the Duluth Public Arts Commission about their walking-tour map of public art.

Annie Dugan shares several art events this week in the Twin Ports, including:

- Tomorrow night's Tweevenings discussion series at the Tweed Museum of Art features Bill Shipley talking about the works of New York Sculptor Leslie Bohnenkamp,

- An art show opening on Friday at The Red Herring Lounge featuring the works of Ryan Lemahieu, Chris Monahan & Esther Piszczek, and

5/27 Radio Gallery: Tweevenings

May 26, 2015

John (Butch) Holden joins Radio Gallery this week to share his passion for ceramics. Holden, a Professor of Visual Arts at Bemidji State University and Jim Grittner, Professor Emeritus of Ceramics at the University of Wisconsin Superior will be at the Tweed Museum of Art on June 2 at 6:30 pm as part of the Tweevening series to discuss glazing techniques from the Resurfaced, Reformed: Evolution in Studio Ceramics exhibition going on now. Listen as Holden describes the processes and science behind the creation of these stunning surfaces.