Updated: Mar 16
Hend Al-Mansour co-juried and is participating in the exhibition Let There Be Spaces in Your Togetherness at Soo Visual Arts Center in Minneapolis. A group exhibition featuring the work of US-based artists from the Southwest Asian and North African (SWANA) region or of SWANA descent. Sponsored by Mizna, Arab American art and literature organization.
Opening Reception: Saturday, December 7th, 6 - 9 pm
Exhibit Dates: December 7 - January 9, 2019
Rosaluxers Mary Gibney, Terrence Payne, Tara Costello, Betsy Alwin, and Shawn McNulty
are offering unique hand-made art gifts at SooVAC Artists' Holiday Shop from December 6th - 29th.
Shop Hours: Wed 11am - 5pm, Thurs-Fri 11am - 7pm, Sat-Sun 11am - 4pm
Celebrate and support one of Minnesota's most important natural resources, our talented artists by shopping local this holiday season. This will be the eighth year of one of the Twin Cities’ most beloved local artists' holiday shops, that always promises unique and varied offerings.
Laura Stack’s large-scale ink and graphite drawings will be included in The Beginning of Everything: An Exhibition of Drawings, at the Katherine E. Nash Gallery, University of Minnesota. A national group exhibition that surveys a broad range of approaches to drawing, and includes works from a wide variety of geographies, time periods, and esthetic perspectives. See her artwork at Laura Stack.com
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 25, 6 - 10 pm
Exhibit Dates: January 21 – March 28, 2020.
Stack will also be exhibiting her colorful biological ink painting collages in Exploring Abstraction: Contemporary Artistic Practice at H. Williams Teaching Gallery, Concordia College, St. Paul.
Exhibition Dates: February 6 – 28, 2020
Shannon Estlund’s and Kelli Nelson’s new exhibition, Middle Ground, will be on display at the Vine Arts Center in Minneapolis. Estlund is a recipient of the Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative grant, which provided funding for their exhibition. The work in this exhibit came out of Estlund's MSAB grant project included enrolling in a Master Naturalist program in order to research and learn about Minnesota's natural areas. She employed a trail camera to observe what kinds of species of animals are present near her home and uses these images as well as photographs taken directly as source imagery for her paintings. This body of work focuses on nocturnal scenes, allowing for imaginative use of color and the unexpected visual effects of infrared photography.
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 11, 6 - 9 pm
Exhibition Dates: January 11 to February 1, 2020
Betsy Alwin’s lace patterned porcelain sculptures will be in the Modernism Show at Rubine Red Gallery
in Palm Springs, CA.
Opening Reception: Saturday, February 8th
Exhibition Dates: February 7th - 24th, 2020
Alwin’s work will also be included in the Palm Springs International Art Fair on February 13th - 17th.