Sunday, May 31, 2015

Local Art Seen: Art Night Out at the Depot

Friday I shared a little about the Adam Swanson opening at The Duluth Aquarium. Concurrent to this was the Duluth Art Institute's event called Art Night Out. I don't recall having attended last year when this event was inaugurated. Essentially it is a family-fun celebration of creativity of all kinds, including imaginative food vendors like Mrs. Delicious and Izakaya, along with The Rambler food truck.

Woodblind (Veikko and Jason) was on center stage having fun making their ska sound. Kinda cool how they found each other. Now they seem to be popping up everywhere.

The Great Hall at the Depot was crawling with liveliness when I arrived after catching Adam's photos and a few riffs from Mary Bue. In the east end of the room Mary Plaster was doing her thing in a large way, and various tables had been set up for other activities. This event was free for members, and fun for families. Kids were assembling towers using marshmallows and toothpicks in a tinker-toy fashion.

Here are some pictures that tell the story better than I am able.

Besides serving ice cream Mrs. Delicious makes balloon art.

Thank you to Annie, Dana, Tyler and the DAI team.

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