Zeitgeist

First you assemble your team: actors, directors, costumers, makeup artists, lighting technicians, sound technicians, gaffers, grips and best boys.

Then, July 19, you show up and pick your genre.

Even if no one actually fires a starter's pistol, at some point the clock will start and your team will leap into action.  It's Duluth's first-ever 48 Hour Film Project, brought to you by the Arrowhead Filmmakers Co-op: and now you have 48 hours to write, scout locations, castshootscoreedit a short film.

Ivy Vainio

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

©Barb Kellogg. Used with permission.

"They say 'thank you' a lot," says photographer Barb Kellogg.

The creator of the If You Only Knew art exhibit (formerly titled What Mental Illness Feels Like: Images and Stories) on display at Zeitgeist through May 14, says her project of interviews and conceptual photography began after the loss of a friend to depression and suicide.

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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

Marshall School's Zeitgeist Arts Night! is tomorrow (Tuesday, March 5th) from 5:30pm to 7:30pm...

Student Juried Exhibition Reception is Thursday, March 7, with special guest juror Susanna Gaunt

Exhibit Opening Reception with artist Kathy McTavish is also Thursday night, in Virginia ...

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. 

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

Sue Brown Chapin

The Thin Veil - Art Show and Reading opens tonight at Zeitgeist, exploring the thin veil between this world and others ...

Ryan Tischer's A Retrospective of Southwestern Photographs is up through the beginning of next week ...

And Michelle Weglers Alaska exhibition opens at the Lakeside Gallery Saturday. 

Tommy Haines

The Haines brothers, originally from Mt. Iron, Minnesota, are bringing their documentary film, Saving Brinton, to Duluth this Thursday, August 16 for a one time showing event. 

Call for entry: AICHO's  Let's See What You See 

Call for entry: Parklet Art! 

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