Where's Art

A weekly feature on Northland Morning keeping you up to date on Twin Ports art happenings. Airs Mondays at 8:20. Hosted by Annie Dugan of the Duluth Art Institiute.

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Joellyn Rock

Duluth Art Institute curator Annie Dugan is excited about the Alison Aune, Kirsten Aune and Joellen Rock collaborative project "Patterns and Mermaid Tales" that opens this Friday at the Nordic Center.  There's even an audience participation component that will be recorded and shared in Bergen, Norway.

It's Homegrown Week on KUMD and pretty much everywhere else in Duluth, but in addition to all the Homegrown music events, there is Homegrown art, photography, poetry and more.  In addition, Ivy Vainio's photography exhibit called "Naamijig: Honoring our Traditions" opens at the Duluth Art Institute as does Karen Owsley Nease's "Found Horizons."  Annie Dugan is the curator of the Duluth Art Institute and she has the details:

William Wilson

This week's cool, damp forecast makes it a good one for  making the art rounds.  In addition to the 25th Annual Art for Earth Day Gallery Hop in Duluth,  Prøve Gallery has put together a Homegrown Hall of Fame exhibit with some of your favorite Homegrown celebrities illustrated as ...

Lisa Johnson

Carol Andrews (the volunteer host of Wild Gardening with Carol Andrews) and Annie Dugan (the volunteer host of Where's Art with Annie Dugan) team up to bring you a morning of Wild Art/Where's Gardening ... including a special offer for a home visit by Carol Andrews!

Pupparazzi Companion Animal Photography

The 2nd Annual Internet Cat Video Festival takes Zinema 2 by storm this evening.  Annie Dugan is the curator of the Duluth Art Institute, which is bringing the festival to Duluth, and she says it's become so popular, they had to add a second show this year.  Animal Allies will also be in attendance with cats ... and cat wanna-bes.

Duluth Art Institute

Heidi Jenson is the guest at tomorrow night's Visual Culture Lecture Series at UMD, the Youth Art exhibit at the DAI continues for a few more days, and the Cat Video Festival is fast approaching.  Annie Dugan, curator of the Duluth Art Institute, reports.

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