1 Duluth Pottery
A new selection of pottery for spring. Ongoing
1924 W Superior Street ~ Lincoln Park ~ 213-0099
2 Duluth Art Institute
“Earth Day Market & Celebration”
Pottery from DAI ceramicists, Art from local Artisans, Live Music, Art Activities, food, drinks and more! April 20
Lincoln Park Building
2229 West 2nd Street
3 Waters of Superior
A mixed media exhibition, featuring works by regional artists inspired by our beautiful region. 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 Trunk Show”
April 20, 11-3pm
The art of adornment offering beautiful natural gemstones, and sparkling drusy quartz, paired with mixed metal.
Featuring jewelry by Minnesota designer, Helen Wang
395 South Lake Avenue ~ 786-0233
4 Art Dock Inc
“In Honor of the Earth XXVI”
April 8 – May 5
A mixed media show featuring our gallery artists in appreciation of the earth and environmental issues of the northland.
Dewitt Seitz Marketplace
394 Lake Avenue South, (218) 722-1451/722-6410.
5 Siiviis of Sivertson Gallery
“Celebrating the Northern Night Sky”
April 20 – May 20
361 Canal Park Drive ~ 723-7877 ~ 1-888-815-5814
6 Lake Superior Art Glass
“Recycled Glass Paperweights”
Celebrate Earth Day this year by making your own Recycled Glass Paperweight. Participants will have the opportunity to reduce, reuse, and recycle with leftover glass from projects in our Hot Shop!
Classes are $89.00 for 1-2 participants and last an hour in duration.
Sign up on our website or call the gallery. April 20
202 East Superior Street, Suite 100 ~ 464-1799
7 Tischer Photographic Gallery
“Spring Display Piece Clearance Sale”
Up to 75% off the photographic artwork of Ryan Tischer. April 20 – April 27
5 W Superior Street ~ 391-1827
8 Lizzard’s Art Gallery and Framing
April 18 – May 25
Karen’s oil paintings explore the edges created when two colors meet. Based on her observations of Lake Superior, they present two distinct styles of painting; that of minimalist color fields of distant horizons, along with dramatic, naturalistically depicted waves coming ashore.
“Water Vessels: Water is Life”
April 18 – May 25
An exhibit of ceramics by Gail Rosenquist
Gail is in awe of, and humbled by the water and waves she has been blessed to spend time watching by Lake Superior and on the island of Hawaii. She is painfully aware of threats worldwide to this irreplaceable resource. This Earth Day project is her celebration of this amazing giver of life.
Opening reception April 20, 4pm – 6pm
11 West Superior Street ~ 722-5815
9 Joseph Nease Gallery
“Transcriptions – Sirpa Särkijärvi”
Brand new, emotionally complex paintings by this accomplished Finnish artist, a rising star in the Finish art scene March 22 – June 1
“Generative Textile Drawings – Kathy McTavish”
Never exhibited before new work, McTavish programs code, like that of her digital media installations, into a computer controlled long-arm quilting machine, to create an archive of “soft code drawings.” February 22 – June 1
23 W 1st Street ~ 481-7750
10 American Indian Community Housing Organization Art & Cultural Program – AICHO
“Through Our Eyes”
Photo exhibit by youth from Gimaajii-Mino-Bimaadizimin. April 20 – May 5
202 West 2nd Street ~ 722-7225
11 UMD Tweed Museum of Art & Art and Design
An exhibition derived from the museum’s collection, featuring contemporary art by 19 Minnesota-based Native American artists. ~ Main Gallery ~ Through August 19
“Space: Time and Place”
Exhibition of photographs selected from the collection which demonstrates numerous ways in which photographic artists represent space in their imagery and how such compositions influence the viewer to become invested in and moved by the image. ~ Special Exhibition Gallery ~ February 19 – September 22
“Special Family Day for Earth Day”
April 20, 2019 1-3pm
Dr. Alison Aune, Art Education Professor in the School of Fine Arts at the University of Minnesota Duluth, and her Art Education students are offering a Family Day/Art Education Open Studio event at the Tweed Museum of Art in conjunction with the celebration of the 29th Anniversary of the Art for Earth Day Gallery Hop. Participants will make and take a Finnish Himmeli mobile to hang at home.
Sax Brothers Gallery ~ Free and Open to the public.
University of Minnesota Duluth, 1201 Ordean Court, HUM 317
(218) 726-7823 (Tweed)
(218) 726-6078 (A&D)