Vine Arts Center
2637 27th Ave. S.
The Tree Show
The Vine Arts Center invites you to join us in celebration of our beloved teachers, the Trees. This show is a body of art work inspired by our love of trees and created by Vine Arts Center member artists.
A variety of artistic media will be included, such as paintings, drawings, photography, textiles, ceramics, sculptures and installations.
All events are free and open to the public.
Special Events
Saturday, May 4, 6 – 9 p.m. An opening reception will be held with a haiku poem activity and music by Bobb Fantauzzo. Bobb’s music is a unique sound utilizing wooden Native American and world flutes.
Saturday, May 11, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Demonstrations on making botanical prints.
Friday, May 17, 6 – 8 p.m. Artists talk. VAC artists featured in “The Tree Show” will be on hand to talk about their work.
The Vine Arts Center is open on Thursdays from 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
May 4 – May 25

All My Relations Gallery
1414 E. Franklin Ave.

Bring Her Home
This exhibition highlights the ongoing epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, as well as responds to the increased level of human trafficking.
This call for Art features selected Native artists of Turtle Island. Half of the artists selected represent the upper Midwest region: Minnesota, South Dakota, North Dakota
and Wisconsin. The artists were chosen by our guest curator/s based on:
1. Strength of the work focusing on artistic merit.
2. Strength of the work addressing the exhibition topic.
3. Diverse representation of mediums.
4. Diverse representation of emerging to established artists.
Please be aware this exhibition has the potential to trigger trauma in our artists and audience.
Through June 21

New Rules
2015 Lowry Av. N., Mpls., 55411

801 Gallery
801 N. Washington, Mpls. 55401

ColorWheel Gallery
319 W 46th St.

courageous HeARTS’
2235 E. 38th St.,

Douglas Flanders & Associates
818 W. Lake St.

East Lake Library
2727 E. Lake St.

Gage Family Art Gallery
22nd Ave. S. at Riverside Ave.

Gamut Gallery
717 S. 10th St.

Groveland Gallery
25 Groveland Terrace

Goldstein Museum of Design
McNeal Gallery
1985 Buford Ave., St. Paul 55108

Highpoint Center for Printmaking
912 W. Lake St.

Instinct Art Gallery
940 Nicollet Mall

Indigenous Roots Cultural Arts Center
788 E. 7th St., St. Paul 55106
Maryanne Quiroz, 651-366-0006
Cenoch Quiroz, 612-203-5690

Intermedia Arts
2822 Lyndale Ave. S.

Larsen Gallery
2017 Buford Ave. #25A, St. Paul, 55108

Metro State St. Paul Campus,  Gordon Parks Gallery in the Library and Learning Center
645 E. Seventh St.

Minneapolis Institute of Art
2400 3rd Ave. S.
612-870 3000

Modus Locus
3500 Bloomington Ave. S.

Northern Clay Center
2424 E. Franklin Ave.

Regla De Oro
2743 Lyndale Ave. S.

Solid State Vinyl Records
4022 E. 46th St.

Soo Visual Arts Center
2909 Bryant Ave. S., Suite 101

Squirrel Haus Arts
3450 Snelling Ave.

Susan Hensel Gallery
3441 Cedar Ave. S.


Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum
U of M Campus
333 E. River Pkwy., Mpls 55455
Music of our Time
The Ancia Saxophone Quartet will present a free concert  featuring the works of living composers who have helped create the musical fabric of the Twin Cities. The program will include “Confluence,” written for Ancia by Grammy Award-winner and Minnesota resident Libby Larsen; two movements from “Short Stories” by Pulitzer Prize-winner Jennifer Higdon, which the group commissioned and premiered in Minnesota; and “Cordoba,” by jazz pianist and
Minneapolis-based composer Laura Caviani. Additionally, audiences will hear “Dark Waters” by Christopher Rutkowski, premiered recently by Ancia in Minneapolis, and two pieces selected by Ancia from the American Composers Forum’s national call for scores for the 2017 Minneapolis ACF Showcase Concert: Robin McLaughlin’s “On This Day” and Stephen Snowden’s “Speed Studies.”
Celebrated for its artistry, virtuosity and exquisitely blended sound, Ancia (pronounced AHN-chee-uh, the Italian word for reed) performs and conducts educational workshops throughout North America, Europe and Asia, juxtaposing traditional classical music with contemporary pieces by modern composers. The Minneapolis-based quartet’s repertoire spans centuries and musical styles—Renaissance, Baroque, Romantic, Jazz, and Pop—with a special focus on modern work. Ancia was recently selected as the feature group for the 2017 American Composers Forum Showcase Concert. Ancia is frequently featured on National Public
Radio’s Performance Today, Minnesota Public Radio’s Regional Spotlight, and Wisconsin Public Radio’s Live at the Chazen. The quartet has performed at three World Saxophone Congresses and has toured South Korea, Europe and the United States. The group’s passion for contemporary music pervades its critically heralded CD “Short Stories,” which features the title work by Jennifer Higdon along with music by Charles Ives, Fred Sturm and Michael Torke.
Group members are Joan Hutton (alto saxophone), Melissa Reiser (tenor saxophone), Matthew Sintchak (soprano saxophone) and Angela Wyatt (baritone saxophone).
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
The Weisman Art Museum and concert are free and open to the public. The parking ramp and the museum are both wheelchair-accessible.
May 12,  4 p.m.

The White Page
3400 Cedar Ave. S.

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