1  Duluth Art Institute

“Lest We Forget”
April 20 – June 18 | Steffl Gallery

Fred Amram and Sandra Brick

Twin Cities-based artist Sandra Brick creates mounted dioramas to illustrate the memoir of her husband, Fred Amram, whose Jewish family fled Nazi Germany as a refugee to the United States. Incorporating mixed media and fiber techniques, the works form portals to Amram’s world. Brick and Amram will be spending a week in Duluth to speak to groups about their project, with a special public presentation on Holocaust Remembrance Day, April 24th, from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.

 

“Strongman”
April 14 – July 7 | Morrison Gallery

Joe Klander

Joe Klander is an ophthalmology technician, professional wrestler, father, husband, 1980s movie aficionado, arts and crafts enthusiast, and illustrator (but not necessarily in that order). Klander’s love of pop culture and childlike humor is utterly infectious. This exhibit will feature drawings and full scale dioramas exploring wrestling heroes and strongmen of Klander’s youth, including the ultimate action figure of his day: Arnold Schwarzenegger. A special opening night match will feature figures from Minnesota’s rich professional wrestling history. Cheers and jeers are welcome along with fans of all ages.  Steffl Gallery ~ April 20 – June 18

Free admission to Art Institute Exhibits.

The Depot ~ 506 West Michigan Street ~ 733-7562

www.duluthartinstitute.org
E-mail: getart@duluthartinstitute.org

 

 2   Waters of Superior

“Earthly Elements”
A mixed media show featuring regional artists honoring our Lake Superior landscape.  Ongoing.


     
  

We proudly feature the work of over 100 regional artists in a variety of exciting mediums. Discover our newest artists sharing the beauty in our earthly elements.

“Helen Wang Jewelry Show”
April 22, 11-4pm

The art of adornment offering beautiful natural gemstones, and sparkling drusy quartz, paired with mixed metal.

  

395 South Lake Avenue ~ 786-0233

www.watersofsuperior.com
E-mail: aubrey@watersofsuperior.com

3   Art Dock Inc

“In Honor of the Earth XXIV”
April 3 – April 30

A mixed media show featuring our gallery artists in appreciation of the earth and environmental issues of the northland.

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Dewitt Seitz Marketplace

394 Lake Avenue South, (218) 722-1451/722-6410.

www.art-dock.com
E-mail: artdock@hotmail.com

 

4   Siiviis of Sivertson Gallery

“April Apiary: A Celebration of Bees”
April 22 – May 21

Art honoring the hard working and indispensable honey bee.
A group exhibit featuring a variety of Siiviis artists and then some.

Special Presentation by Pat Thomas, local Insect Photographer & Garden Educator 12:30 pm

Artist Reception 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

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361 Canal Park Drive ~ 723-7877 ~ 1-888-815-5814

www.siiviis.com
E-mail: siiviis@sivertson.com

 

5   Lake Superior Art Glass

“It’s (Y)our Planet”

Planet Earth Making Classes and Artist Demos throughout the day.

April 22, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

LSAG Hot Shop in the Fire Arts Center
1325 London Road ~ 464-1799

“It’s (Y)our Planet”

Earth Inspired glassblowing classes, April 22, 12:30 pm – 6:30 pm

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202 East Superior Street, Suite 100 ~ 464-1799

www.lakesuperiorartglass.com
E-mail:  lakesuperiorartglass@gmail.com

 

6   Lizzard’s Art Gallery and Framing

“Mother Earth”
April 22 – May 29

Artwork by Regional Women with an Earth Conscious theme. Artist Reception from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 22.

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11 West Superior Street ~ 722-5815

www.lizzards.com
E-mail: art@lizzards.com

 

7   Washington Studios Cooperative

“Art Can”
10 a.m. – 6 p.m. April 22

Earth Day Show, vendors, live performances, and food by “The Rambler food truck”. www.theramblermn.com

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315 North Lake Avenue, (218) 727-8385

www.wsac.info/gallery
Email: jonthunder@mac.com

8   Armory Arts & Music Center

“Earth, Wind and Fire” 

Open studios, classes and artist demonstrations all day including glassblowing, blacksmithing, and jewelry making.

Glass Class

LakeSuperiorArtGlass@gmail.com ~ www.LakeSuperiorArtGlass.com ~ 464-1799

Earth paperweight glass classes throughout the day at the LSAG Hot Shop in the Fire Arts Center.

Blacksmithing Class

forgingcommunity@gmail.com ~ www.forgingcommunity.org ~ 393-8692

“Greensmithing”
Classes throughout the day
April 22, 10 am – 6 pm

Armory Fire Arts Center
1325 London Road
428-9686
www.dulutharmory.org
E-mail: info@dulutharmory.org

9   UMD Tweed Museum of Art & Art and Design

“2017 Annual Student Exhibition”
Juried exhibition, featuring selected works from art students for 2016-2017 from the Department of Art & Design, SFA, UMD.

Opening reception is at Tweed Museum of Art from 4:00 to 6:00 pm, April 22.

Special Exhibition Gallery ~ April 4 – April 30

“Call and Response” 

A ceramics exhibition, including works from the Tweed Museum collection, curated by Jim Klueg and Liz James, both faculty in the School of Fine Arts, UMD.

Balcony Gallery ~ February 21 – August 27


  
  

 

“UMD Open Studio”

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Showcase of studio space, student artwork, and interactive demos.

Activities hosted by UMD Art & Design students to showcase the facilities and skills of the A & D department.

Join us for Open Studio from 1:00 to 4:00 pm, April 22nd.

University of Minnesota Duluth, 1201 Ordean Court, HUM 317

(218) 726-7823 (Tweed)

www.d.umn.edu/tma

E-mail: cstrom@d.umn.edu

(218) 726-6078 (A&D)

www.dsfa.d.umn.edu/about/departments/art
E-mail: jratliff@d.umn.edu