WTF! is an exhibition of thought-provoking works of art that advocate for social justice, community action, and civic engagement centered on Women’s Rights and related concerns. Wide-ranging in form from traditional media such as painting, printmaking, drawing, and sculpture to quilting, clothing, photography, embroidery, installation, illustration, graphic design, and protest materials, the purpose of this exhibit is to commemorate International Women’s Day by bringing visual awareness to feminist issues.To participate, email your proposed submissions by Friday, February 22, 2019 to firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email, please include:
Image, title, medium, dimensions, and a few sentences (3-4) that provide a few biographical details and tell us why you are interested in submitted this work to the WTF! Feminist Exhibition.
Works selected to be included should be dropped off at Prove Gallery on March 1, 2019. We can’t wait to see this year’s works!
OPENING NIGHT: March 8, 2019 6-9 p.m.
COMING UP > Friday, February 22, 2019
Chris Homan Watercolor Paintings / Art Opening at The Red Herring Lounge
Featuring music by Moriah Skye and catering by Martha’s Daughter! In collaboration with the Downtown Arts Walk.
PLAN AHEAD FOR UPCOMING ARTS WALKS…
February 22, 2019
March 29, 2019
April 26, 2019
We look forward to seeing you on Friday December 21 for the final Arts Walk of 2018…
SEPTEMBER 2018 👉 ART Supply Drive benefitting Art 4 Ed’s Sake/Duluth Public Schools! Come out and support Duluth’s youngest and FUTURE artists!
Link for more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/2289836004582081/
Students are back in school and the Downtown Duluth Arts Collective (DDAC) is excited to partner with Art for Ed’s Sake (A4ES), the local nonprofit created by public school visual arts educators to raise funds to further support art education and visual literacy for students in Grades K through 12. Donations may be dropped off in collection bins, September 26 through 28 at the following locations: Joseph Nease Gallery, Pineapple Arts Supply Store, Art in the Alley, and Zeitgeist.
As a sweetener, on the night of the Downtown Arts Walk on September 28th, for every $5 of supplies/money donated, a matching donation will be made by the following venues: Joseph Nease Gallery (up to $250), AICHO (up to $100), Wagner Zaun Architecture (up to $100), Tischer Photographic Gallery (up to $50) and The Nordic Center (up to $50).
In addition, Pineapple Arts Supply store will be offering a 25% discount on any supplies purchased for the Art Supply Drive during the night of the Arts Walk, September 28, 5 to 8 PM. Please see attached list of needed supplies. Some of the activities to look forward to on September 28: Hands-on arts making activities facilitated by UMD Arts Education students at Pineapple Arts.
For more information, please contact: Amanda Hunter at 218-461-8380 or email@example.com.
Art Supply List:
+Black Sharpies, fine and extra-fine tip
+Large glue sticks, such as UHU brand (cheap ones don’t stick)
+Masking tape, Scotch Brand
+Clear packaging tape. 2″, Scotch Brand
+Bulk black and white acrylic (Blick)
+Clay tools (fettling knives, loop tools)
If you want to donate money:
Elementary classes use a lot of the same materials ‘en masse’ and so can be ordered in bulk at lower costs, which makes funds go farther.
+ Your $10 donation gets:
A quart of paint and three brushes for a class
A clay lesson for six middle schoolers
+Your $15 donation gets:
Drawing paper for six elementary classes
Photo printing for a high school photography project
+Your $20 donation provides:
Two pints of ceramic glaze for a high school class
A box of matte boards for framing artwork
+Your $25 donation provides:
A set of kiln trivets
A half a classpack of Crayola colored pencils
Checks should be made out to:
“Zeitgeist”, and in the memo line write “Art for Ed’s Sake”
Art for Ed’s Sake (A4ES) is the non-profit that Duluth Public School Art Teachers set up to fundraise for their classrooms, Zeitgeist is their fiscal agent.
Credit card donations may be made at the following link: http://boxofficex.printtixusa.com/zeitgeistarts/donate?w=AfES
Venues Participating in September 2018 Downtown Arts Walk:
👉315 Gallery at the Washington Co-op (315 N Lake Avenue) www.facebook.com/WashingtonGalleryDuluth
What you’ll see: 315 Member Show, get to know some of the artists at the co-op!
👉AICHO galleries AICHO Galleries / Dr. Robert Powless Cultural Center / Indigenous First Art & Gifts (202 W 2nd Street) www.facebook.com/aichogalleries
What you’ll see: 3 NEW SHOWS! New Works by Karen Savage, “Northland Southland” exhibit by Rodrigo Bell, “2nd Annual Natural Hair Symposium: Celebrating the beauty of Naptural Hair” presented by Project Naptural, curated by Theresa Moses!
👉Art in the Alley (230 E Superior Street) www.artinthealley.com
What you’ll see: NEW Work by fabric artist Mo Mahle, featuring her up-cycled clothing and purse collection! 👉 ART SUPPLY DRIVE DROP OFF SITE
👉Blush (18 N 1st Ave W) *open late night too!
What you’ll see (and hear!): Open at 6PM! “Paintings by Emily Koch”, music by YYY, 26 BATS, Ingeborg Von Agassiz beginning at 9:00PM!
👉 Dubh Linn (109 W Superior St)
What you’ll see: NEW! Show of Photography works by Bre Berini!
👉Duluth Art Institute (DAI) (506 W Michigan Street) www.duluthartinstitute.org
What you’ll see: 3 NEW SHOWS! “Amanda Breitbach: Land/People”, “Aaron Squadroni: Mesabi Land Portraits”, “Nik Nerburn: Nik Nerburn is a Camera”!
👉Duluth Coffee Company (105 E Superior St) www.duluthcoffeecompany.com/
What you’ll see: NEW work by Kelly Dupre!
👉Joseph Nease Gallery (23 W 1st Street) www.josephneasegallery.com
What you’ll see: LAST CHANCE! “James Brinsfield – A Twenty Year Retrospective”, “Transitions – Color + Space, smaller works by Warren Rosser” 👉 ART SUPPLY DRIVE DROP OFF SITE
👉Kirsten Aune Textiles (134 W 1st Street, in Magic Smelt Ship shop, second door to the west)
What you’ll see: WORKING ARTIST’S STUDIO! Original, vibrant hand painted textiles and designs!
👉Legacy Glassworks (32 W First Street) www.legacyglassworks.com
👉Lizzard’s Gallery (11 W Superior Street) www.lizzards.com
What you’ll see: NEW! Sneak preview – night off the Arts Walk Only! Work by Scott Murphy and Robin Murphy, official opening in October, 2018.
👉Mavis. Designer Showroom (19 N Lake Avenue) www.mavis.furniture
What you’ll see: NEW! Artwork from Tara Lynn Austin, along our modern furniture samples in our design studio!
👉Nordic Center (23 N Lake Avenue)
What you’ll see: NEW! Featured watercolors by Rosemary Guttormsson and photographs by Ryan Tischer, inspired by Iceland.
👉Pineapple Arts store (124 W 1st Street) www.facebook.com/pineappleart.duluth
What you’ll see (and do!): Hands-on arts making activities facilitated by UMD Education Students! 👉 ART SUPPLY DRIVE DROP OFF SITE
👉Prøve (21 N Lake Avenue) www.provegallery.com
What you’ll see: LAST CHANCE! “Minnesota Nice” by Carla Hamilton, closing reception!
👉The Rathskellar (208 E 1st Street) *open late night too!
(132 E. Superior St, Corner of Michigan Street and 2nd Avenue East, under the red light) www.rathskellerduluth.com
👉The Red Herring (208 E 1st Street) *open late night too!
What you’ll see (and hear!): NEW! “Mythropology: The Year of Painting” by Zoey Cohen Leege, music by Cascade Crescendo and Trevor James starting at 8 PM!
👉 Rockingchair Studio (120 W. 1st Street)
What you’ll see: Featuring abstract / figurative paintings by Vicky Lehman!
👉Studio 101 (101 E. Michigan St)
What you’ll see: WORKING ARTIST’S STUDIO! Portrait and Landscape Work by Dorothea Diver, Goran Hellekant, Constance Johnston, Cot LaFond, Dale Lucas and Larry Turbes.
👉The Tight Squeek Press (128 W. 1st Street, Suite B) www.rjh-tightsqueekpress.com
What you’ll see:
👉Tischer Photographic Gallery (5 W Superior Street) www.TischerGallery.com
👉Zeitgeist Arts (222 East Superior Street) www.zeitgeistarts.com
What you’ll see: LAST CHANCE! “DS Pride Art Exhibition”!
👉 ART SUPPLY DRIVE DROP OFF SITE