Design Duluth

Jordan Sundberg

This week is the end of a year-long look at Duluth identity: the Duluth Art Institute led community conversation Design: DLH. 

Max Macgruder

If you're not still in a Homegrown stupor, you can take in the Duluth Art Institute's Photo Stupor opening at the Red Herring tomorrow night ... Design: DLH's Pop-up Shop and exhibit pops up Thursday ...

Thursday, Design Duluth takes on the city's "visual identity" and four artists will be talking about "thinking outside the lift bridge."  Friday AICHO opens the show  Asemaa "The Vessel of Creation" and Saturday,  the Tweed Museum hosts a free workshop with artist Sharon Louden.

Sarah Glesner

There are dozens of environmental organizations in the Twin Ports and almost all of them expand their reach and their resources by partnering with one another on different projects. 

But recently, the St. Louis River Alliance sat down for a meeting and instead of the regular troop of khaki- and jean-clad biologists and environmentalists, they were inundated with architects, landscapers and urban planners courtesy of Design Duluth.

Annie Dugan, the curator of the Duluth Art Institute, introduces a new discussion series and exploration of Duluth's "visual voice" called Design Duluth.  The first installment will be held Thursday at Cirrus Design and it's called "How Can We Measure Up?  Defeating Duluth's Inferiority Complex."