Where's Art? with Annie Dugan (SLIDESHOW) By Lisa Johnson • Feb 12, 2018 TweetShareGoogle+Email View Slideshow 1 of 5 Fine/ (Re) fine. (De) fine through August 5th at the Tweed View Slideshow 2 of 5 Indigenous First Gift Shop at AICHO View Slideshow 3 of 5 Reception Thursday for Anna Chance, Royal Alworth and Diane Maher at Two Loons Gallery View Slideshow 4 of 5 "Waking Dreams" by Jane Wunrow through March 17 at Prøve Gallery View Slideshow 5 of 5 Lincoln Park Snow Sculpture Contest, Saturday from 11:30am to 1pm jcbonbon/Flickr More information about the Fine. (Re)fine. (De)fine Faculty Exhibition at the Tweed Museum of Art Indigenous First Art & Gift Shop Two Loons Gallery Artists Reception Series "Waking Dreams" by Jane Wunrow at Prøve Gallery Lincoln Park Snow Sculpture Contest Listen Listening... / 6:21 Tags: Where's ArtAnnie DuganTweed Museum of ArtIndigenous FirstAICHOTwo Loons GalleryProve GalleryJane WunrowLincoln Park Snow Sculpture ContestTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Where's Art? with Annie Dugan: the restorative power of fire -- and art By Lisa Johnson • Feb 5, 2018 Where's Art? with Annie Dugan: A is for Adam, Annie, and the Art of Local Food By Lisa Johnson • Jan 29, 2018 Adam Swanson Adam Swanson's a busy guy this week. He's got an exhibit opening at Zeitgeist, a rescheduled exhibit opening at the National Eagle Center in Wabasha, and he's doing a live painting event at The Art of Local Food.