Scroll down for list of venues participating in the upcoming Downtown Arts Walk on Friday November 29, 2019!
Aaron Kloss Studio / 132 E. Superior St. Suite 3E Duluth 55802 www.aaronkloss.com Join our Artist-in-Residence, Aaron Kloss and invited local artists at Old City Hall on Friday, November 29, for a night of inspired art and conversation with the artists on the historic third floor in our ballroom as part of the Downtown Duluth Arts Walk from 5 p.m. til 8 p.m. Aaron Kloss will have an open studio with new paintings, prints, cards, and hand painted ornaments.
Blush / 18 N 1st Avenue W Hours: 7pm to 1am daily 218-464-4480
Duluth Coffee Co / 105 E. Superior Street Hours: 6:30am to 9pm 218-221-6643 https://duluthcoffeecompany.comDuluth Coffee Co will be exhibiting two artists for the month of November and December. Cameron Conlon has spent the last four years as a full-time apprentice at Great Lakes Academy of Fine Art and just recently painted a mural in downtown Duluth. Tom Moriarty has spent the last several years in Duluth and you may recognize some of his work from the Brewer’s Garage as well as Taco Arcada. Duluth Coffee Co will be having an Opening Reception for both artists on Thursday, November 14th from 6-9pm in their cafe and roastery.
Lizzards / 11 West Superior Street Hours: M-W, 10 to 6pm, -Sat, 10 to 5pm 218-722-5815 http://lizzards.com/Sam Zimmerman’s newest full collection of paintings will be displayed at the Lizzards Art Gallery beginning on November 29th in recognition of November as Native American History month through December 27, 2019. A percentage of the sale proceeds of Sam Zimmerman’s work will be donated to support the community housing and cultural programs of Duluth’s American Indian Community Housing Organization.
About Sam Zimmerman: Samuel began to participate in juried and solo exhibitions in 2000 after receiving his BFA in Studio Art from the Rochester Institute of Technology. His painting became a part-time activity while he worked as Special Education and School administrator for the past 18 years. With a recent exploration of the Alaskan frontier and northern Canada, he rededicated himself to painting with a ferocity that had been absent since his earlier studio days, completing an entirely new body of work over the last year. This newest collection of work titled, The Journey Home has elements of the Woodland style, a style of painting first introduced by Anishnabe painter Norval Morriseau and popular among Native American artists of the Great Lakes region. With his recent relocation from the East Coast to Duluth, his work focuses on exploring his Ojibwe heritage – reimagining the symbolism of the clan animals while incorporating the natural landscape of Lake Superior’s North Shore. His work is infused with the color theories of the abstract and expressionism movements and is currently in private collections both in the United States and abroad.
Legacy Glassworks / 32 W. 1st Street Hours: 11am to 9pm 218-720-0747 www.legacyglassworks.com Handblown glass art from local Minnesota artists!
Nordic Center / Nordic Center (16) 23 N Lake Avenue 23 N Lake Avenue www.nordiccenterduluth.org Pepperkakebyen (Gingerbread City) will be open for the final Friday DDAW November 29th 5-8pm at the Nordic Center! Everyone is welcome to view the hygge (Danish cozy) village, create a Nordic holiday craft, and enjoy some pepparkakor (Swedish ginger cookies)!
Tischer Photographic Gallery / 5 W. Superior Street Hours: Tues- Thurs, 10 to 5pm, Fri & Sat 10 to 6pm (218) 348-6501 www.TischerGallery.com During the Arts Walk, Tischer Photographic Gallery will be continuing their Display Piece Clearance Sale with up to 75% off artwork.
The Tight Squeek Press / (128 W First St, Suite B) www.rjh-tightsqueekpress.com
Zeitgeist Arts / 11:00am to 12:00am / 5:00pm to 12:00am 222 East Superior Street Hours: 11:00am to 12:00am / 5:00pm to 12:00am 218-722-9100 http://www.zeitgeistarts.com
Umbra: solo exhibition by Terresa Moses centers the intersectional experiences of Black womxn.* Inspired by her own experiences and the experiences of other Black womxn in the Duluth, Moses was compelled to create work which validates and uncovers the institutional racism and sexism perpetuated in this community everyday.