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Revitalizing Symbols explores artwork by indigenous North American artists who have incorporated revitalization into their art. The exhibition features artwork by 13 different artists in several mediums. Curated by Alexandra Buffalohead, the exhibition Revitalizing Symbols will feature artwork by Indigenous North American Artists who incorporate revitalization in their practices through different mediums. The title of the exhibition reflects artists who, through their identity, are reviving traditions through language, land, and art for First Nations North American people. This exhibition features…Find out more »
The Art Shanty Project's 2020 On-Ice Program will be presented at Lake Harriet in Minneapolis. Weekends from January 18-February 9, the public is invited to explore the shanties on the frozen lake and mingle while listening to stories and songs from performing artists, playing games, and enjoying the winter weather.Find out more »
EXHIBITION - Initial Impressions: Renaissance Type and The Grammar of Ornament Opening Party: Friday, January 24, 5:30–7:30 pm Exhibition Dates: January 25–May 17, 2020 Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Friday 10 AM – 3 PM Saturday-Sunday 1:30 – 4:30 PM Goldstein Museum of Design - Gallery 241, McNeal Hall (St. Paul campus) Guest curator: Bill Moran with assistant curator Elle Pagel Explore rare Renaissance initial capitals from the Maywald Collection at the University of Minnesota's Andersen Library Special Collections. This exhibition features…Find out more »
Gordon Parks Gallery proudly presents an opening reception for When the Mists Lift, the Many See with a gallery talk by the artist at 7:00 p.m. This is a solo show, featuring the paintings and textiles of Anoka Artist Chholing Taha, who is a seer. The stories and imagery for her paintings come to her as almost complete visions –characters, message, colors and balance. Her role is to render them as accurately as possible and to share these stories that her Ancestors…Find out more »
Be the first to view Harriet Bart: Abracadabra and Other Forms of Protection, meet the artist, and create an amulet with folk artist Nest and Tessellate. The Weisman Art Museum is proud to present Harriet Bart: Abracadabra and Other Forms of Protection, one of the most comprehensive presentations of the artist’s work to date. Bart has sought deep and evocative expressions of memory through more than four decades of artistic innovation and collaboration. Drawing inspiration from wide-ranging sources and working across media, her art…Find out more »
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