Updated: Mar 16, 2020
Did you know the artists of Rosalux not only keep busy all year long with their exhibitions in our galleries, but also working out there in the great wide world? Here are a few of the things that are keeping our artists busy this fall if you need an extra Rosalux fix:
You will have an opportunity to listen to the Rosalux founder and member Terrence Payne ramble on about all things art along with Danielle Krysa as part of a rotating cast of co-hosts with the Jealous Curator on her “Art For Your Ear” podcast this fall. Stay tuned for the podcast schedule and topics for discussion or check out the podcast webpage at: Jealous Curator "Art For Your Ear" podcast
Laura Stack is all over Minneapolis this September! After you have soaked in her amazing show at Rosalux, head over to Circa Gallery to view more of Laura's luminous organic paintings.
Exhibition Dates: August 31 - September 28, 2019.
Nerds and bookworms rejoice! Melissa Borman has published a book of her recent photographs entitled, A Piece of Dust in the Great Sea of Matter. Book Launch Party: Friday, September 13, 7:00-10:00 pm.
Location:1330 Quincy St NE, Ste. 404, Minneapolis, MN 55413 Melissa Borman Publications Find out more at: https://www.melissaborman.com/publications
Join Rosalux artists Mary Gibney, Edie Overturf, Jim Hittinger & Terrence Payne as they play mad scientist with 18 other Minnesota artists at the Red Garage Studio in the exhibition, The Exquisite Corpse Show. The culmination of a summer long twist on the classic Exquisite Corpse drawing game, 21 Twin Cities artists were randomly assigned a corporeal section — head, torso, or legs — and given blind connecting points, then told to run with it. No one knows who’s in which group or what the others are making. We’ll see what happens!
Exhibition Dates: September 13 - 29th with an opening reception 9/13 from 7-10 PM
Red Garage Studio is located at 3640 Garfield Av S in Minneapolis.
One of our newest member to the collective, Hend Al-Mansour, will be exhibiting her installation "Sinister Poem" in a group exhibit entitled, What is Forbidden? The Women's Art Institute 20th Anniversary Exhibition at The Catherine G. Murphy Gallery .
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 14, 5:00-7:00 pm.
Exhibition Dates: September 7 - October 19, 2019.
Longtime gallery member and fan favorite Shawn McNulty is exhibiting his colorful abstract paintings at the Minneapolis Convention Center in coordination with Art Force through January 2020. He is also in the upcoming show Color and Structure: Adventures in Abstract Art at Gallery 427 in NE Minneapolis. Opening Reception: Saturday, September 21, 7:00-10:00 pm.
Get your nature on with Eleanor McGough and Shannon Estlund who are exhibiting paintings in Forces of Nature at the University of Wisconsin River Falls, Kleinpell Fine Arts. An invitational group exhibition featuring nature and environmentally inspired artwork. Closing Reception: Friday, September 27, 4:30-7:00 pm. Exhibit Dates: September 4 - 27, 2019.
Take a walk on the wild side with Rosalux photographer Frank Meuschke as he presents his work made during his 2018 residency period and followed by a walk through the private landscape reserve at Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve in East Bethel, MN.
Event Date: October 5,, 9:00 am - 4:30 pm. Register at photography walk .
Meuschke also has a solo exhibit of photography entitled, Intersection 53: The Vernacular Landscape of Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve in the Coffman Art Gallery at the University of Minnesota. Reception: Friday, November 8, 6:00-8:00 pm. Exhibit Dates: November 7, 2019 - January 26, 2020.
As if that wasn't enough, the busiest artist of the season award goes to Frank Meuschke as he is also participating in a group exhibit, The Water Show at Department of Sociology and Anthropology and School of Art collaboration at the Schroeder Hall Gallery, Illinois State University. Exhibition Dates: August 16, 2019 - May 29th, 2020.
Hey shutterbugs! Photographers Areca Roe, Melissa Borman, and Priscilla Briggs present at the 2019 Midwest Society for Photographic Education Conference on Communities, Collaborations and Collectives at Saint. Kate, Milwaukee, WI.
Event Date: October 24-27, 2019.
If you happen to be in Melbourne this fall be sure to stop into the National Gallery of Victoria to see the work of Priscilla Briggs who has work from her Fortune series in the group exhibition Civilization: The Way We Live Now. The exhibition, curated by William Ewing and Holly Rousell is "a major exhibition, featuring the work of 100 of the world’s finest photographers. It addresses and illuminates major aspects of our increasingly global 21st century civilization. It stresses the fact that contemporary civilization is an extremely complex collective enterprise...Taken as a whole, this exhibition takes stock of our civilization’s material and spiritual culture, ranging from the ordinary to the extraordinary, and from civilization’s great collective achievements and its ruinous collective failings, expressing thoughts and feelings in the richly nuanced language of photography. And though it features photography of the real world, it embraces different ways of dealing with it, from the ‘straight’ document to the mise en scene." Find out more at : https://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/exhibition/civilization/