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February’s featured artists invite you to bring your love of ceramics into your home with color, familiarity, and intensity. Bartel creates sculpture and functional work that forces one to challenge or defend what feels comfortable. Chenoweth Davis offers functional wares with unexpected profiles and vibrant, graphic surfaces. DeWeese’s fluid forms and layers are mesmerizing and soothing, and deserve a place of honor at your table. Jadoonath’s pots find their inspiration in music and the deep traditions of rural pottery, and…Find out more »
TAIKO: Get Inside the Beat TaikoArts Midwest Premieres Tuesday, February 2, 2021 10:30am | CREATE your own Taiko Drum: LEARN how to make your own taiko drum! This instructional video is available one week in advance of the event’s premiere to allow time to make your instruments. Premieres Tuesday, February 9, 2021 10:30am | INTERACTIVE PROGRAM: LISTEN to the thunder of the high energy taiko drums. LEARN about taiko’s Japanese and Asian American roots and history. PLAY the drums and…Find out more »
A program of works by Schubert Club composer-in-residence, deVon Russell Gray, classically trained composer, multi-instrumentalist and new-music performer.Find out more »
Experience the first children’s museum exhibit based on Disney Junior’s award-winning series, Doc McStuffins. Join the magical storytelling as you help Doc and her friends in the new McStuffins Toy Hospital! Open through May 7 on the 4th floor of Minnesota Children's Museum. Doc McStuffins: The Exhibit is produced by The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis and presented by Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health. Disney character live appearances are not part of the exhibit. © DisneyFind out more »
Known for his expressionist oil paintings, Arneson continues to explore themes of iconography and spirituality. Included in this exhibition will be large, exuberant canvases as well as a series of small, intense oil on paper paintings. Arneson’s bold, primary color palette and expressive brushwork combine to invigorate the paintings. Provocative mark-making, mysterious symbols and Cubist-like compositions draw viewers in, heightening their sense of inquiry. Of his paintings, Arneson has written: "I am interested in work that resides in both objective…Find out more »
Parkscapes, an exhibition of new paintings by Andrew Wykes, opens Saturday, January 30th, 2021 at Groveland Gallery. Painted with heavy impasto, Wykes builds his landscapes with a palette knife, introducing rhythmic lines and facets of lively color into his compositions. This contemporary approach to the genre of landscape paintings gives Wykes’ images a unique aesthetic. Rooted strongly in the gesture of drawing, his paintings reveal the energy and diversity of the landscapes to which he has traveled over the past…Find out more »
Featuring: Alexandra Berndt, bassoon Bethany Gonella, flute Susan Miranda, oboe Weily Grina-Shay, clarinet Allison Akins, horn About the Program: Recorded February 2020 Twin Cities-based Chione Quintet performs MN composer Michael Maiorana’s “Pillars of Air and Light,” a five-movement piece for woodwind quintet inspired by five paintings of trees by Dutch artist Jacoba van Heemskerck.Find out more »
In partnership with the African American Interpretive Center of Minnesota (AAICM), Minnesota Museum of American Art presents "Outer Experiences: Black Life in Rural and Suburban Minnesota." This exhibition explores the experience of being Black outside of the Twin Cities and is based on AAICM’s eponymous digital collection featuring interviews that amplify the voices of Black Minnesotans and the history that connects them to their home. This is an outdoor exhibition in the M's window galleries on Robert and 4th streets.Find out more »
Recorded November 2017 An exploration of Latin American history and its people’s relationship with religious faith through sacred choral music from different historical periods.Find out more »
Join us at the virtual Lake Superior Design Retreat on February 26–27, 2021, and immerse yourself in design thinking for a weekend. Hear four presentations from six design professionals who will share their passion for their art and craft, and share their creative stories.Find out more »
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