Jake Manders Art Show & Music at Some Sum Studio

Jake Manders Art Show & Music at Some Sum Studio

The Details: What: Jake Manders Art Show & Music at Some Sum Studio When: Saturday, August 1st at 6pm Where: Some Sum Studio Info: Free & All Ages

Aramoff Be Praised: New Art, Loud Music, and Petrified Snapping Turtles

Aramoff Be Praised: New Art, Loud Music, and Petrified Snapping Turtles

Aramoff revealed to them that this was no ordinary petrified turtle but his PROPHET. This prophet revealed to Nate where the cave of wonders was located above Stone Circle and Nate hiked up there and killed a cyclops. Upon killing the cyclops, he pulled the BOOK OF THE WAY out of his stomach which revealed all of Aramoff’s decrees. […]

Paintings: Julia Crozier & Sarah Johnson at Smith Studio & Gallery

Paintings: Julia Crozier & Sarah Johnson at Smith Studio & Gallery

Please join us for our artists’s reception on Thursday, December 18th, 6-8pm, at Smith Studio and Gallery, 119 east 3rd street in Winona. Paintings by Julia Crozier and Sarah Johnson will be on display December-January at the gallery.

“We Survive on Caffeine, Chocolate, & Twizzlers.” A Behind-the-Scenes Take on Saint Mary’s Student Play “Pentecost”

Raquel here, I’m currently the sleep-deprived Stage Manager for the Saint Mary’s University Theatre Department’s fall drama/thriller Pentecost. We are currently getting ready to open in almost a week, which means tech week is here. This is a week where designers, actors, and backstage technicians walk into the Page Theatre and are forever lost; cut off from […]

GROUNDED: a photographic meditation on grief + loss

GROUNDED: a photographic meditation on grief + loss

Local artist Sarah Johnson explores issues of grief and loss in a series of photographs captured while exploring the region on a bicycle. Seeking a grounding after experiencing the loss of her mother, she has used the photographing of found nature as a meditative and grieving process. “I knew I wanted to reflect on these […]

Artist Reception: Heather Bach

Artist Reception: Heather Bach

Freehand drawn pen on paper, or ink on canvas, these mandalas incorporate European, Asian, and natural motifs and draw from her 20+ years of decorating pysanka (Ukrainian Easter eggs) as part of the artist’s meditation practice. “People of all ages seem to be universally drawn to mandalas. I believe that the mandala speaks to us […]

The Art of Fine Furniture’s Big Number 2

The Art of Fine Furniture’s Big Number 2

Imagine you opened a book on a table. Then you spread out the pages so that you had a perfect half circle arching between the covers. That is just what Seth Rolland did, but with a piece of wood! WHAT?! IMPOSSIBLE! I know, but it’s true. This is The Art of Fine Furniture’s second year. […]

Great River Shakespeare Festival’s Hamlet

Great River Shakespeare Festival’s Hamlet

“Let me speak to th’ yet unknowing world how these things came about. So shall you hear of carnal, bloody, and unnatural acts, of accidental judgments, casual slaughters, of deaths put on by cunning and forced cause, and in this upshot, purposes mistook.” -Horatio, from Hamlet These lines from the play tell you everything you […]

DTAP: Maggie Sather

DTAP: Maggie Sather

Guys (that means boys and girls and everyone else!) today, Tuesday April 1st, is not going to be a joke. This is going to be a day. Why? It’s DTAP, and that means artist Maggie Sather is going to light up the Smith Gallery with her drawings. Her work is literally awe-inspiring. I once watched […]

Blank Page: An Unwritten Story of Sex

Blank Page: An Unwritten Story of Sex

What does sex have to do with blank pages? And have you ever wondered what those first few blank pages in every book are for anyways? Are publishers giving us a little buffer in case we spill some beef stew that sinks through the cover? Are they places to jot down notes or doodle brilliant […]

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