Currently scheduled for exhibition


August 4th - 26th Opening Reception Friday, August 4th 6-8pm MacRostie Art Center 405 1st Avenue NW , Grand Rapids, MN 55744 The MAC will host its 25th Annual Juried Art Exhibition,  featuring a collection of local and regional artworks juried by Marva Harms, a local area artist and art educator, who will also be exhibiting her recent work from THE POND SERIES.

August 4th - 26th
Opening Reception Friday, August 4th 6-8pm
MacRostie Art Center
405 1st Avenue NW , Grand Rapids, MN 55744

The MAC will host its 25th Annual Juried Art Exhibition,  featuring a collection of local and regional artworks juried by Marva Harms, a local area artist and art educator, who will also be exhibiting her recent work from THE POND SERIES.


The Catherine G. Murphy Gallery November 4 – December 15, 2017 Opening Reception: Saturday, November 4, 6 – 8 p.m. Conversation with the Curator: Wednesday, November 15, 7 p.m. Join us for an informal Q&A between the artist and gallery director Nicole Watson. website All events are free and open to the public. Building upon her recent Loving series – mixed-media portraits of interracial families in the Twin Cities – Minneapolis painter Leslie Barlow continues to investigate the complex narratives of race and identity, and the politics of visibility and representation. This show introduces new paintings to the series, including images of the artist’s family, revealing her personal experiences as a mixed-race woman living in Minnesota.

The Catherine G. Murphy Gallery

November 4 – December 15, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 4, 6 – 8 p.m.
Conversation with the Curator: Wednesday, November 15, 7 p.m.
Join us for an informal Q&A between the artist and gallery director Nicole Watson.

website

All events are free and open to the public.

Building upon her recent Loving series – mixed-media portraits of interracial families in the Twin Cities – Minneapolis painter Leslie Barlow continues to investigate the complex narratives of race and identity, and the politics of visibility and representation. This show introduces new paintings to the series, including images of the artist’s family, revealing her personal experiences as a mixed-race woman living in Minnesota.


The Minnesota Museum of American Art 141 East 4th Street, Suite 101 St. Paul, MN 55101 website For We the People, Minnesota Museum of American Art (the M) has invited four guest curators to select work by prominent local and national artists that sheds light on the complexities of contemporary American experience. This exhibition continues the M’s engagement with critical issues about American art which began two years ago with the show American Art: It’s Complicated. We the People includes more than 35 pieces in all media–including photography, painting, sculpture, textiles, video, and sound installation. A number of these works point to narratives of LGBTQIA identity and experience, while other works highlight perspectives of indigenous artists and artists of color. During this time of division, the curators’ selections offer a more expansive, inclusive understanding of who we are as a nation, making visible both the fault lines and points of confluence running through our collective body politic.

The Minnesota Museum of American Art
141 East 4th Street, Suite 101
St. Paul, MN 55101

website

For We the People, Minnesota Museum of American Art (the M) has invited four guest curators to select work by prominent local and national artists that sheds light on the complexities of contemporary American experience. This exhibition continues the M’s engagement with critical issues about American art which began two years ago with the show American Art: It’s Complicated.

We the People includes more than 35 pieces in all media–including photography, painting, sculpture, textiles, video, and sound installation. A number of these works point to narratives of LGBTQIA identity and experience, while other works highlight perspectives of indigenous artists and artists of color. During this time of division, the curators’ selections offer a more expansive, inclusive understanding of who we are as a nation, making visible both the fault lines and points of confluence running through our collective body politic.


US Bank Stadium Art Collection Selected from over 1,100 submissions, 34 Minnesota-based artists were chosen to be commissioned by the Vikings to create new artwork for the new U.S. Bank Stadium.  Artwork will be installed and viewable by the opening 2016 football season.   Read more here: StarTribune Article Vikings.com Article

US Bank Stadium Art Collection

Selected from over 1,100 submissions, 34 Minnesota-based artists were chosen to be commissioned by the Vikings to create new artwork for the new U.S. Bank Stadium.  Artwork will be installed and viewable by the opening 2016 football season.  

Read more here:

StarTribune Article

Vikings.com Article