Exhibit: "Currents of Change"

A companion art exhibit to the Smithsonian Water/Ways exhibition that pairs historical water photos of Lanesboro with artworks interpreting those photos by Mary Solberg, Jamie Heiden, Paul Brokken, Ron Germundson, Linda Ricklefs Baudry, Bebe Keith, Joan Finnegan, David Tacke, Leisa Luis Grill, Susanne Crane, Sara Lubinski, Erik Pearson, Meg Vinson, Fred Dingler, and Lori Biwer Stewart.

Monday, February 27 at 10:00am

More dates through March 5, 2017

Lanesboro Arts Center
103 Parkway Ave. N, Lanesboro, MN 55949

Event Type

Education, Entertainment, Art, Community

Target Audience

Family Friendly

Website

http://lanesboroarts.org/calendar/ww-...

Cost

free

Detail Description

Lanesboro Arts presents ‘Currents of Change,’ a companion art exhibit to the Smithsonian Institute’s Museum on Main Street Water/Ways exhibition that pairs historical water photos of Lanesboro with mixed media artworks interpreting those photos by 15 regional artists: Mary Solberg, Jamie Heiden, Paul Brokken, Ron Germundson, Linda Ricklefs Baudry, Bebe Keith, Joan Finnegan, David Tacke, Leisa Luis Grill, Susanne Crane, Sara Lubinski, Erik Pearson, Meg Vinson, Fred Dingler, and Lori Biwer Stewart.

The historical photos featured in ‘Currents of Change’ were selected and provided by the staff and board of the Lanesboro Museum. The selected photos showcases Lanesboro’s deep relationship with water over time and includes winter scenes, floods, fishing, the river, dam, ponds, blizzards, and more. Always free and open to the public, the Lanesboro Arts Gallery is open six days a week during Water/Ways.

Providing year-round arts programming for more than thirty years, the mission of Lanesboro Arts is to serve as a regional catalyst for artistic excellence and educational development in providing diverse art experiences for people of all ages. Handicapped accessible and free to the public, the exhibition gallery is located at 103 Parkway Ave N. in Lanesboro, Minnesota.
 

Contact phone number

507-467-2446

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