Check out the portfolio show from the The Graphic Design Department of Minneapolis Community and Technical College.
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Leg Up Studio Residency Opening Reception
With Music By Marc Gartman’s Fever Dream
Where: Republic – 7 Corners
When: Sunday, April 28
Doors: 6:30 p.m., Music at 8 p.m.
Free and open to the public!
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Flow Art Space is hosting the second annual Our Earth Exhibition April 17-May 4, 2013. The reception will be Friday, April 26 from 6:00 PM-9:00 PM.
Flow Art Space hours are Wednesday-Friday 2:00 PM-7:00 PM, Saturday 11:00 AM-3:00 PM or by appointment by calling (612) 564-3569. (more…)
As as we follow ourselves through life, one thing is constant. Art lives and breathes, it instills in us a power we can us to thrive. You should go and enjoy this art. It will make a believer out of you.
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I enjoy looking at art, it revitalizes me. Really good art , seduces me. Bad art psychoanalyzes me, it brings me out of a shell and makes me want to do more with the visual arts. So really when you think about it, there is no bad art. It all has an effect on us somehow. Now some of you might say, is Rift saying there is going to be bad art at this opening. No, that wasn’t what Rift was saying at all. Rift is saying all art is good for someone and how are you ever going to find out if you don’t go check it out. Expand your horizons, and read the following description of this art show from their Facebook page. It will blow your mind.
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The path to imagination and discovery is through art. These pieces are calling you to the promised land. It would be unfortunate if you missed your chance.
Synthesis – Featuring the art of Brant Kingman and Silvia Yordanova (more…)
R.U.R. is a group exhibition of nine artists delving into what craft means in the age of mechanical reproduction.
The exhibition’s title, R.U.R., comes from Rossum’s Universal Robots, the 1921 Czech play by Karel Capek, which first coined the word ‘robot.’ Rossum’s Universal Robots gave life to the artificial man, the tireless worker who eventually became rebellious and worked to overthrow their masters.
Like the ‘robots’ in Rossum’s Universal Robots, the works in this exhibition will question the manufacture of human identity inherent in work, and seek to understand if the construction of identity in humans is as artificial like that of the ‘robot.’
The participating nine artists are: Isabelle Hayeur, Colin Lyons, Nadine Anderson, Kimberly Greene, Judith Hoffman, Amy Ritter, Katie Murken, Pritika Chowdhry and Dustin Yager.
Opening reception: March 2, 2013, 7:00-11:00 PM
Exhibition Runs: March 2 – April 21, 2013
The Soap Factory
514 Second Street SE