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Join us in our Silver Anniversary year for A Common Thread, our annual member exhibition. Always a favorite, this exhibition showcases a fabulous array of fiber art created by Textile Center’s members! January 9 – March 14, 2020 This is the 20th year of A Common Thread, showcasing the breadth and talent of Textile Center members. Each year, over a hundred artworks adorn the walls of Textile Center’s galleries in an exhibition that is as diverse in technique as it…Find out more »
Emerging Artist Recipients features the ceramic works of Jerome Ceramic Artist Project Grant recipients, Emerging Artist Residents, and the Red Wing Collectors Society Foundation Award recipients. Jerome Ceramic Artist Project Grant: The Jerome Ceramic Artist Project Grant program supports the work of Minnesota ceramic artists at relatively early stages in their careers, as they accomplish short-term, specific objectives. The 2019 Jerome Ceramic Artist Project Grant recipients in the exhibition are: Erin Paradis, Zoë Powell, and Lynn Wadsworth. Each artist spent…Find out more »
“Portray” surveys a wide range of styles and approaches to one theme: contemporary portraiture. Through drawing, painting, three-dimensional sculptures and video work, seven artists demonstrate a variety of approaches to representation and likeness. Featured artists from around the region include Leslie Barlow, Lindsey Cherek, Mike Hoyt, Art Kenyon, B-J Norman, Chris Rackley and Russ White.Find out more »
In the dead of winter, warm up with an original and gorgeous hand-made work of art. Members of the Minnesota Women Ceramic Artists contribute to a show of vessels: cups, mugs, vases, bowls, and more. This group exhibition showcases a wide range of colors and styles, and celebrates the MNWCA’s vital community. This exhibition is co-presented by the Anderson Center for Interdisciplinary Studies and MNWCA. Participating artists include Del Bey, Evelyn Browne, Christie Clark, Elizabeth Coleman, Kathleen Crook, Julie DeVetter,…Find out more »
Featuring Live Ireland’s “Best Irish Vocalist of 2011, 2012 and 2016”, Canadian singer, Norah Rendell heads up a powerful song-based trio with top-notch multi-instrumentalists, Brian Miller and Randy Gosa. Inspired by Celtic traditions from Newfoundland to Minnesota, Norah Rendell and the Lost Forty unearth heirloom songs with Irish-American and Canadian roots and perform them with passion and nuance. “Rendell’s vocals are a revelation – pure, strong, and expressive”, says Rob Weir of SingOut! Magazine. Norah Rendell launched her performing career…Find out more »
February’s featured artists invite you to bring your love of pottery onto your table full-time. Regardless of what you eat, take the time to design how your meal is served. Do you prefer the warm hues, designed to evolve and carry memory, of Beck’s wood-fired pots? Perhaps you crave the subtle soda-fired surface playing off of the strong forms and thoughtful textures of Kelleher’s pots. It may be that you’re drawn to the alluring clash of history, imagination, and elegant…Find out more »
Groveland Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of "Getting There", an exhibit of new paintings by Joshua Cunningham. A Minnesota native from rural Isanti County, Cunningham currently lives and works in St. Paul. He is a member of the Outdoor Painters of Minnesota, Oil Painters of America, and the American Impressionist Society. His work has garnered national attention by Plein Air Magazine and Informed Collector. The University of St Thomas commissioned him to commemorate their 125th Anniversary, and the…Find out more »
Groveland Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of "Out West" an exhibition of new paintings and pastel drawings by Charles Lyon. Lyon settled in Minnesota in 1994 after spending over a decade living in the Arizona high desert where he taught photography, rock climbing and kayaking. Lyon spent much of his artistic career as a photographer, concentrating on black and white images of the natural world. After years of looking at the wilderness through the lens of a camera,…Find out more »
Cuyuna Winter is a sleepaway camp for adults and a fundraiser for the Cuyuna Trails. Registration includes team competitions, excellent food and modern lodging. Teams will participate in competitions such as bb gun biathlons, fat bike hill climbs, ice fishing hole drilling and more. Meals included; pizza party, homemade waffle bar, tacos and homemade Texas style smoked BBQ brisket. Lodging will be provided by True North Basecamp and Crosby Lofts.Find out more »
Step out of the cold and into the flowers. This colorful show provides a much needed respite from the depths of winter. View the 'Up North' vignettes in the Great Hall, Fairy garden in the Balcony, Trees of the Tundra and a special tropical display in the conservatory. Each vignette will be a feast for the senses with beautiful and fragrant springtime blooms. Interwoven into this year's show are crystal sculptures by artist Donna Rice. In addition, Conservatory Craftsmen will…Find out more »
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