Where's Art

UMD's all-campus art show, We All Belong, opens tomorrow (2/26) at UMD's Griggs Center.

ARE, a poetry organization for youth in the Twin Ports, is releasing another book of poetry by students and progam staff. 

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.

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.

 

Jill Hagstrom Yankee. Used with permission

Annie Dugan talks about combating negativity on social media by changing what you follow, look at and post.

Carla Hamilton's Art of the Remix opens tonight at Teatro Zuccone ... 

The film Desolation Slow opens at Teatro on Friday ...

Saturday, Sue Rauschenfels opens a show at the Lakeside Gallery in Duluth

Terresa and Jordan Moses / Duluth NAACP

Annie Dugan encourages us to get out to see great art this week, though you'll want to wear an extra few layers.

Today, the 2019 Twin Ports MLK Rally showcases artwork and posters for the event are designed by local artists Terresa and Jordan Moses.  

Tonight at the Zeitgesit Arts cafe Mezzanine is the opening reception of Patricia Lenz's Solitude, a collection of mixed media prints.

Pete/Flickr

A free chance for folks of all ages to do some creating this week, brought to you by the Superior Public Library ...

College is back in session this week and that's a reminder that there are new student shows up at the Tweed Museum of Art every week.

Instead of blowing through a gallery, sparing only a few seconds for each work, Annie recommends picking a piece you like, setting a timer for two minutes, and then just looking at it carefully.

Teen Zine Workshop 3by Mentor Duluth and Prøve CollectiveWednesday, January 10, 5-7pm                 

Ryan Muir from RDM Productions LLC.

If you can't listen to KUMD while you shovel out today (why wouldn't you be able to listen to KUMD?). Annie's recommending one of her favorite podcasts,  A Piece of Work,  hosted by Abbi Jacobson.

© 2018 Succession H. Matisse / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Wrapping up another great year in art, Anne Dugan shares her "Best of Art in 2018."

Matt Kania

Even though the weather this week is cloudy and grey, an abundance of art around us this week can brighten the day.  Annie Dugan reports on these events:

- Tonight (Monday, 12/3) from 5 to 7 pm at the Zeitgeist Atrium is the opening reception for plein air artist Matt Kania's exhibit "DOing: A Labor of Love," featuring oil paintings of artists and artisans doing the art or craft that they love.

College of St. Scholastica Art Department/Facebook

Visiting Artist Lecture: Adam Swanson, tomorrow (Tuesday, November 27, 7:00pm at St. Scholastica)

      Downtown Duluth Arts Walk, Friday, November 30 at 5:00pm

AICHO Growing Our Way calendar release and exhibit, Friday, November 30 at 5:30pm.

       

It's an embarassment of (small business) riches this week as Small Business Saturday events and venues are literally popping up all around town.

Here is just a sample of some of the offerings:

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