Where's Art: Show your love for your favorite local artist
On this Valentine's Day, Annie Dugan shares her love of artists, and encourages everyone else to give a shout out on social media to the artists in their communities. "[W]e are so much richer with the ability to process this world alongside artists."
One of Carolyn Olson's works created during the pandemic, "Grocery Store Cashier and Bagger – Essential Worker Portrait #1," is a part of the Minnesota Historical Society's permanent collection. It will among the works displayed in the MHS's exhibition Art Speaks, that opens in St. Paul on February 26th.
The Minneapolis Art Institute of Art also has a new exhibit opening this Saturday, February 19. Supernatural America: The Paranormal in American Art explores "the numerous ways that artists in the United States have made sense of their own experiences of the paranormal and the supernatural, developing a rich visual culture of the intangible." In addition to in-person tours, the MIA is also offering a virtual tour.