Where's Art with Annie Dugan: Exploring multimedia art events in March
This Wednesday is the opening of the exhibition Uncle Clutch Art Gallery at UWS's Holden Fine and Applied Arts Center at 9 a.m. The exhibit showcases the works of Joe Klander (a.k.a. Uncle Clutch), a gallery adaptation of the Uncle Clutch’s Video Horror Shop program that appears on Public Access Community Television [PACT].
On March 17 the Duluth Art Institute will present a noon hour "virtual artist lecture," Marking Space with George’s Blues with Seitu Ken Jones. Inspired by the works of George Washington Carver, Jones will "delve into artistic responses to the environment, specifically how African American artists continue to shape and sustain their well-being."
On March 21 a new exhibition will be opening at the Duluth Art Institute featuring the paintings of Sarah Brokke Erickson. Annie Dugan will share more information about that next week!