View fresh art and past highlights from Downtown Duluth’s Art Galleries, Studios & Businesses live on our FB & Insta!
Take the Virtual Arts Walk & See: Original video footage from Kirsten Aune Studio, Carla Hamilton, and the Nordic Center; new work from Tischer Photographic Gallery, colorful glass and wall art from Legacy Glassworks, and shows from all three of DAI’s galleries +more.
Participating Arts Venues & Artists:
Joseph Nease Gallery
Duluth Art Institute
Tischer Photographic Gallery
Lizzard’s Art Gallery
Kirsten Aune Studio
The Nordic Center
AICHO Indigenous First Art & Gift Shop
(List may grow!)
Videos & posts will feature music by Emanuel Eisele, Laura Sellner, and Leif Hinkel!
Catch it live &/or later on the Downtown Duluth Arts Walk website-
Our second Arts Industry Panel is Tuesday, July 21 at 5-6pm! We are thrilled to announce our panel co-hosts: Carla Hamilton (visual artist), Jazmin Wong (musician and coordinator of Indigenous First Arts & Gifts shop at AICHO), Drew Digby (Executive Director of Arrowhead Regional Arts Council) and panel moderator: Faith King (writer, UMD Instructor, and volunteer artist at Pineapple Arts Supply & Studio). The panel hosts will discuss their recent work in the local arts scene, innovative exhibiting and selling ideas during the pandemic, and what we can expect in the arts-funding landscape moving forward. ⠀
Our first Arts Industry Social Hour is Tuesday, June 30 at 5-6pm! Artists Moira Villiard, Adam Swanson, and Ryan Tischer will cohost a panel that explores what it means to be an artist in 2020; sharing their ideas on exhibiting work virtually, staying connected with audience, and embracing community.
This interactive Zoom event features a 15 minute presentation from each artist followed by an open Q & A session. Amanda McElray Hunter will moderate this dynamic Arts Industry Social Hour panel. We will feature additional artists in future panels with the goal of offering a diversity of viewpoints and knowledge. Stay Tuned!
[This activity is made possible in part by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Arrowhead Regional Arts Council, thanks to appropriations from the Minnesota State Legislature’s general and arts and cultural heritage funds.]