Where's Art?: death and taxidermy and the bizarre art appreciation of Annie Dugan
They say only two things are certain in this life: death and taxidermy. Well, something like that.
Duluth's Lupe Linares presents a fascinating, funny look into a topic you didn't think could be either, Wednesday evening, March 4.
A glimpse of beauty ... a snapshot with a camera phone ... and a second career was born.
Vern Northrup of a member of the Fond du Lac Band of Ojibwe. His exhibit Akinomaage: Teaching from the Earth opens with an Artist Talk and Book Signing on Friday, March 6 from 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm.
The Prøve Collective hosts the 2020 WTF! (What the Feminist!) art exhibit, kicking off with an opening reception Friday beginning at 7:00pm. Feminist concepts are still front-and-center this year, but organizers were looking specifically for artworks exploring the idea of dismantling systems of oppression.
Saturday at 1pm, Michelle Wegler's exhibition Minnesota Seasons opens. And despite what Annie Dugan says, you cannot lick the artwork.
Say goodbye to the sleddogs and the mushers for another year. The closing reception for the Images of Beargrease Art Show will be held Sunday afternoon.