Zeitgeist Arts Cafe

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See how the UWS Art faculty spent their summer vacation in this exhibit of their work ... an opening celebration will be held later in the month.

Enjoy the artwork of Penny Perry, the poetry of Phil Fitzpatrick and even the music of Woodblind tonight at the Zeitgeist Arts Cafe, for a book release celebration, art show and music performance rolled into one.

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

KUMD's Go-to Gigs 2/22

Feb 21, 2019
Druzy Rose
Druzy Rose

Druzy Rose, Jrunk*
Dreamy pop and posh punk
Blush
Friday, February 22 | 9pm | $5 | 18+

Heroes of heartache, WNDY, Adam Herman*
Grab your dancing shoes for this indie, folk rock show
Blush
Saturday, February 23 | 9pm | $5 | 18+

Acoustic Ingeborg
Electric folk artist Ingeborg von Agassiz strums the guitar for an acoustic set
Blacklist
Saturday, February 23| 9pm | 21+

KUMD's Go-to Gigs 1/18

Jan 17, 2019
Cap N' Seabeard
Cap N' Seabeard

Zeus Rebel Waters*
True hip hop and rap
The Red Herring Lounge
Thursday, January 17 | 9pm | $7 | 21+

Mint Vintage, Vermillion Heights, The Permanent Vacation*
Energetic garage and pop rock
Blush
Friday, January 18 | 8pm | $5

Cap N’ Seabeard, Sam Weaver
Acoustic folk and country
Beaners Central
Saturday, January 18 | $5 | all ages

Painting by Cherie Hamilton of kids in a green V W bus,
Cherie A. Hamilton

Local artist and writer, Cherie A. Hamilton brings her latest project "Notti Pine and the Dreamtime" to the public in a show at Zeitgeist Arts Cafe in downtown Duluth.  A series of paintings that illustrate her young adult novel telling the story of a young girl's spiritual journey.  Inspired by native Hawaiian tales and her own multicultural upbringing, Hamilton continues to bridge divides; past and present, young and old, black and white, art and literature.  The paintings will be accompanied by excerpts from her novel.

©Karen McTavish. Used with permission.

Free Range Trials is open all this week at the Free Range Film Barn from 2:00pm - 5:00pm ... the exhibition will be open 2-5pm daily through September 4. 

The Downtown Duluth Arts Walk is a perfect way to wrap up your work week and jump-start the weekend ... it begins at 5:00pm Friday and you can find more information here:  

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Where's the best art opening this week?  What shows are closing?  Are there any calls-for-entries anywhere?  

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Karin Kraemer who recently celebrated the opening of her new Lincoln Park location is showing her work at Zeitgeist Arts Café alongside colleague and tile maker Pat Joyelle. Kraemer paints in the Majolica tradition making for colorful and vibrant paintings and patterns often inspired by the natural world. The two have collaborated on the Duluth Grill Coffee mugs and Joyelle brings her painting to life on colorful tiles as well.

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The group show Resist and Protect opens tonight (Monday, 11/13/17) at the Zeitgeist Arts Cafe ...it's billed as "A gathering to seek solace, challenge, and muster hope in these uncertain times" and a poetry reading will kick off the opening.

©Susanna Gaunt

Susanna Gaunt's multi-media exhibit Taking Stock opens Tuesday at the Tweed Museum of Art ...

Saltless Sea Cinema presents Lo-Fi Lumen on Wednesday ...

All My Relations/Moira Villiard

All My Relations Arts in Minneapolis has just opened an exhibit of the works of Karen Savage and Jonathan Thunder.  Called Savage/Thunder, the exhibit runs through the end of September.

And students from Thunder Bay have their work on display as part of the Art = Bridges to Understanding Youth Art Exchange.  The exhibit is already up, but there's an actual opening slated for Wednesday from 3:00pm-5:00pm.

The Food Farm

"Burning agricultural questions"

A Food Farm event at the Zeitgeist.

Ivy Vainio, Askov's Rutabaga Queen.

And a free rutabaga for everyone.


Artist Sue Rauschenfels has a show opening this evening at the Zeitgeist Arts Cafe; likewise Shawna Gilmore's Land of Wonder and Ken Bloom's Public Domain open this week at the Duluth Art Institute.

Annie Dugan calls Carolyn Olson's work "hot spicy casserole on the coldest day of winter."

Olson has an exhibit opening tonight at the Zeitgeist.

Amber Burns

Today we highlight another young up and coming artist in the Twin Ports.  As I look back  in 2015, this year more than past years, I see a community of fantastic young artists who have studied and stayed in Duluth.

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