Where's Art? with Annie Dugan: the particular greatness of this week
Local art come roaring back this week with some live and virtual exhibitions:
First up, Jonathan Thunder and Robb Quisling open Aqua Vitae, Thursday October 8 at the Kruk Gallery on the UWS campus
Duluth All Soul's night celebration, Windows Into Grief, is already setting up in window displays along Superior Street in downtown Duluth and Lincoln Park. They not only honor individuals, they recognize "Rotten Ideas;" things and ideologies that cause grief.
You can still offer to make a display or help, and they are still taking images and names of beloved humans and animals to place on public altars. More details and contact information is available here.
29 beadwork artists representing 14 tribal nations in the Midwest bring their work to a device near you beginning Friday morning at 9:am. Manidoominens: Still Beading After 10,000 Years will, for the time being, be a virtual show, even though it's set up in AICHO Galleries. They have more information about the event here.
Here's the write-up:
Boccaccio’s 14th century masterpiece “The Decameron” involved ten characters passing the time while sheltering from a plague by telling one another stories – stories comic, tragic, romantic, sexy, terrifying. The Decameron Opera Coalition has adapted those stories for the modern pandemic era.
“Tales from a Safe Distance” features nine World Premiere one-act operas, and a tenth wrap-around story starring internationally renowned bass-baritone Luca Pisaroni.