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Arts & Culture

Where's Art? with Annie Dugan: the ultimate year to present the world with your demo tape

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“I want death to find me planting my cabbages, but careless of death, and still more of my unfinished garden.”

 - Michel de Montaigne

Red Lake Nation Ojibwe artist Robert DesJarlait has a lot going on, but he really loves those words from Michel de Montaigne.

DesJarlait, a writer, artist, traditional dancer, and gardener is showing his recent watercolor/mixed media paintings in a virtual exhibition and at AICHO through September.

Ojibwe Manidoowiwin: Paintings by Robert DesJarlait is DesJarlait's celebration of what he calls "my central theme - Ojibwe Manidoowiwin, the tribal spirit of the Ojibwe people."

Keep checking this page for photos and descriptions from the exhibit, and you'll also find out when you can see the upcoming artist talk."

Then artist Christopher Paul Jordan proposes in his article, "2020: The Year of the Rough Draft",

"Obsessing on individually achieved perfection suggests operating within the realm of one’s own capabilities. A restricted space where we miss out on the ultimate resource this time has to offer: growth.

"Get into the groove of rough drafts, demos, and low-budget rough cuts. See how many ideas you can take from sticky note to first draft. Then — if you’re ready — take ’em further."

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