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.

Annie Dugan has just returned from a week in Spain: she talks about what she's brought home with her to share with the Northland ... and the art that moved her most.

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Regular host Annie Dugan's off to Madrid, so Radio Gallery host Maija Jenson joins us to talk about bowl-making opportunities leading up to Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank's 23rd Annual Empty Bowl April 12, a call for entries for Hat-Trick: A Celebration of Hockey and Art opening around t

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A wealth of opportunities to take in art and to try your hand at making some too.  Anne Dugan talks about the engraving workshops this week at MakerSpace in West Duluth as well as Design: DLH series about "What is Duluth's Identity?" happening Thursday Feb. 18 at 5:30 at Gimaji: American Indian Center. Listen for more.

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Artist Sue Rauschenfels has a show opening this evening at the Zeitgeist Arts Cafe; likewise Shawna Gilmore's Land of Wonder and Ken Bloom's Public Domain open this week at the Duluth Art Institute.

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.

A curated exhibit of photographs from the John Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon opens at the Great Lakes Aquarium ... and the next Nerd Night promises to be both boring and dangerous ...

  Annie Dugan shares a couple of art events this week in the Twin Ports:

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The Guerrilla Girls are bringing their unique brand of sedition to Duluth this week - complete with a free open studio on Thursday for "propaganda/art making," a pop-up exhibition at the DAI's Great Hall on Friday to showcase those works, exhibits at the Gimaajii galleries and the PrØve Gallery, a "progressive gallery hop for social action,"  a dance party and more; then the Guerrilla Girls themselves performing at UMD's Weber Music Hall on Saturday.

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Thursday, Kathy McTavish will be hosting a talk about artists' "works in progress" in conjunction with the Sarah Brokke exhibit currently on display at the Duluth Art Institute.

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Annie Dugan looks forward to the coming year and the many calls-for-entry for upcoming exhibits to which the public can submit their works.

Need a last minute gift idea for your art-loving friend? Want a suggestion of a good book to cozy up with this winter? Annie Dugan shares several ideas of art book options to pick up this holiday season, including:

Get to the Tweed Museum of Art while you still can to enjoy an almost funhouse mirror-like exhibit by Sharon Loudon ... Karin Kraemer and Erika Mock  are holding a studio visit this Friday ...

Tuesday: rescheduled Tweevenings.  Thursday: Sarah Brokke with a reading and discussion on her current exhibit at the Duluth Art Institute.  Friday: "Impermanently Content" at the Prøve Gallery.  Saturday: art sales everywhere you look.  And in the meantime, if we're going to have 40 degree temps anyway, you may as well check in with the Duluth Public Arts Commission about their walking-tour map of public art.

Annie Dugan shares several art events this week in the Twin Ports, including:

- Tomorrow night's Tweevenings discussion series at the Tweed Museum of Art features Bill Shipley talking about the works of New York Sculptor Leslie Bohnenkamp,

- An art show opening on Friday at The Red Herring Lounge featuring the works of Ryan Lemahieu, Chris Monahan & Esther Piszczek, and

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Name three artists you're thankful for.

That's Annie Dugan's challenge this week.

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