|AJ Atwater, center of photo, discusses her new work with friends.|
At the end of the afternoon I freshened up and headed to the Minnesota Wine Exchange to see A.J. Atwater's new show. I've already written much about A.J. and simply wanted to encourage a few of your to hightail it down there so you can see this new space that has opened within the past year. I've been told that their gallery space is booked now through February.
Tomorrow evening will be the second Tweevenings event at the Tweed in which various pieces from the Tweed collection will be highlighted and discussed. On Tuesday from 6:30 to 7:30 two UMD students, Aron Welch and Cody Christian, will lead a discussion about the work South of Huoma by Warrington Colescott. Colescott is an American artist best known for his satirical etchings. The students are working with Ladona Tornabene, MCHES, Associate Professor in the Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation and Susan Hudec, Education Director at the Tweed Museum of Art to communicate the connections between health and art museums.
|South of Huoma|