Zeitgeist

Zeitgeist Arts

The group show Resist and Protect opens tonight (Monday, 11/13/17) at the Zeitgeist Arts Cafe ...it's billed as "A gathering to seek solace, challenge, and muster hope in these uncertain times" and a poetry reading will kick off the opening.

©Susanna Gaunt

Susanna Gaunt's multi-media exhibit Taking Stock opens Tuesday at the Tweed Museum of Art ...

Saltless Sea Cinema presents Lo-Fi Lumen on Wednesday ...

All My Relations/Moira Villiard

All My Relations Arts in Minneapolis has just opened an exhibit of the works of Karen Savage and Jonathan Thunder.  Called Savage/Thunder, the exhibit runs through the end of September.

And students from Thunder Bay have their work on display as part of the Art = Bridges to Understanding Youth Art Exchange.  The exhibit is already up, but there's an actual opening slated for Wednesday from 3:00pm-5:00pm.

The Food Farm

"Burning agricultural questions"

A Food Farm event at the Zeitgeist.

Ivy Vainio, Askov's Rutabaga Queen.

And a free rutabaga for everyone.


Annie Dugan calls Carolyn Olson's work "hot spicy casserole on the coldest day of winter."

Olson has an exhibit opening tonight at the Zeitgeist.

Amber Burns

Today we highlight another young up and coming artist in the Twin Ports.  As I look back  in 2015, this year more than past years, I see a community of fantastic young artists who have studied and stayed in Duluth.

There's art every day this week and up and down the North Shore ... Annie Dugan of the Duluth Art Institute has the wrap up of everything from A (Alberta Marana Pastels and Oils) to Z (Zinema2sDays Defender series).