Many Waters: A Minnesota Biennial
July 24 - October 2
Presented in partnership with NewStudio Gallery in St. Paul, Many Waters is a look into some of the imaginative and dedicated ways that artists and culture bearers from across the state are engaging with water. Featured creative practices are based in both observation and engagement; some are solitary, while others are collaborative. Many Waters includes art in a wide range of media that, collectively, engage all the senses and foster conversation, awareness, a sense of care, as well as new ways of thinking about water and water stories through many different lenses, including ecological, social, political, historical, spiritual, and creative. The exhibition was juried by a panel that includes Matthew Fluharty, a visual artist, writer, and Executive Director of Art of the Rural; Dakota Hoska, Assistant Curator of Native Arts at the Denver Art Museum; Laura Joseph, Curator of Exhibitions at the M; and Jovan C. Speller, a visual artist, curator, and Program Director at Metro Regional Arts Council.
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