WDSE

Tomorrow (2/23) at 7pm, WDSE presents a virtual screening/sneak peek into In This Place.  It's a project that's part of a larger effort called Moving Lives Minnesota: Stories of Origin & Immigration, exploring "the histories of the many communities who have moved through and to Minnesota."

 

Themes and Styles in Soviet Arts

Carol Veldman Rudie  presents a lecture about Soviet era art, when artistic methods and topics were employed to shape the Soviet citizen.

 Artists experimented with these issues and forms to tell another story about their cultural environment. Veldman Rudie shares how these different streams provided a nuanced picture of artistic conflicts and visual interactions that were part of this period of art.

Duluth Art Institute

 

Master grant writing and the art of getting residencies with a little help from the Duluth Art Institute and artist Nik Nerburn Wednesday evening ...

And if you want to have a little fun with your artist statement (and get it out of your system before you need to compose a real one) here are a couple of links:

https://www.artybollocks.com/

http://500letters.org/form_15.php

Sarah Brokke

Annie Dugan lets us know about a couple of art-related events this week in our midst, including:

Sarah Brokke's Sacred Selves opened yesterday at Duluth Pottery in Lincoln Park. The exhibit runs through March 31st.

This week's Making It Up North, the Emmy-nominated program produced by Karen Sunderman at WDSE-WRPT (Thursdays at 8:00pm and Sundays at 11:00am), features photographer Christian Dalbec.