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50 Years of Folk Art at Vesterheim

September 3, 2016 - April 23, 2017
Vesterheim, 502 W Water Street
Decorah, IA 52101

(Decorah, IA) -- Join Vesterheim as they celebrate this major milestone of the groundbreaking Vesterheim Folk Art School! Learn about the history of Norwegian folk arts, how Vesterheim has helped preserve and promote folk arts for Norwegian-Americans, and what the future holds for Norwegian-American folk arts. The exhibition will also feature the works of artists who […]

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Carole Ann Frocillo: Healing Arts featured artist

November 29, 2016 - April 4, 2017
Hudson Hospital and Clinic, 405 Stageline Road
Hudson, WI United States

(Hudson, WI) -- Carole Ann Frocillo is the featured artist for the winter quarter in The Phipps Center for the Arts and Hudson Hospital's joint venture, Healing Arts. Carole's work will be on exhibit from November 29, 2016 through April 4, 2017 at Hudson Hospital. There’s nothing quite like art to soothe the soul, calm […]

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WMQFA Collection Highlight Hexagonal Quilts

February 2 - April 30
Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts, N50 W5050 Portand Rd
Cedarburg, WI 53012

(Cedarburg, WI) -- Utilizing pieces from our own collection, WMQFA is going to exhibit things with a design utilizing Hexagons. In the United States hexagon quilts became very popular during The Great Depression. We will look at how this happened, where the hexagon pattern came from, and maybe even have some modern hexagon inspired artwork […]

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‘Perspectives on Nature’ Textile Exhibit

March 3 - March 28
Unity Church-Unitarian, 732 Holly Ave
St. Paul, MN United States
FREE

(St. Paul) -- 'Perspectives on Nature' Textile Exhibit with Peggy Wright and Kathie Simon Frank Please join us at our reception on Friday, March 10 from 6 to 8 pm in the Parish Hall Gallery at Unity Church-Unitarian, 732 Holly Avenue, St Paul. Also, Meet the Artists will occur from 10 to 11 am on […]

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Donna Tronca Gallery Show: Reimagined Fiber as Art

March 4 - April 2
The Pink Llama Gallery, W62N580 Washtington Ave
Cedarburg, WI 53012 United States

(Cedarburg, WI) -- The PInk Llama Gallery welcomes Donna Tronca as the featured artist for the 3rd Annual Cedarburg Spur Fiber Arts Weekend! Donna stretches the fiber art boundaries to create beautiful works of art out of her Palmyra, Wisconsin home. Tronca re-interprets life in texture and color via weaving, felting, braiding and fusing plastics; […]

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Gaia Series: the Earth is Alive

March 10 - April 26
River Arts Center, 105 9th St
Prairie du Sac, WI 53578 United States

(Prairie du Sac, WI) -- Gaia Series: The Earth is Alive "The Gaia Series of paintings are my expression of love for our planet and grow out of a desire to learn about and portray many aspects of the Earth. In my exploration I cast a wide net and synthesize my findings visually. The paintings […]

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‘The Weather Diaries’ at American Swedish Institute

March 25 - July 2
American Swedish Institute, 2600 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, 55407

(Minneapolis, MN) -- American Swedish Institute presents 'The Weather Diaries First Look: The Weather Diaries Exhibition Preview Party Friday, March 24, 6:30 - 11 p.m. Greenland, Iceland and Faroe Islands: An Artistic Investigation Into Identity From The North With stunning photographic artworks and one-of-a-kind installations, The Weather Diaries probes the roots of fashion in Iceland, […]

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Innovation in Tradition: Exploring Swedish Folk Costumes

March 25 - July 2
American Swedish Institute, 2600 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, 55407

(Minneapolis, MN) -- Innovation In Tradition: Exploring Swedish Folk Costumes Swedish Folkdräkter, or folk costumes, traditionally worn by rural peasants, over time developed distinct regional styles. Around 1850, as city fashions came in, the folk clothing began to fade away.  Ironically, during an era of increased national romanticism, wealthy city dwellers would dress in folk costumes. […]

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