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Wednesday, January 9 - Saturday, January 26, 2019

HOMEWOOD PHOTO COLLECTIVE: Post Truth

  • Andrerson Andrerson
  • Donery Donery
  • Eams Eams
  • Golden Golden
  • Hanson Hanson
  • Hartman Hartman
  • Houff Houff
  • Landsman Landsman
  • Mader Mader
  • Risser Risser
  • Silverman Silverman
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Participating artists: Richard Anderson, Todd Donery, Angela Eams, Laeti Golden, Ian Hanson, Scott Hartman, Nicole Houff, Kendall LaCroix, Maury Landsman, Jack Mader, Larry Risser, Steve Silverman, Kelvin Thoulouis

We are living in a world where truth, whatever that concept meant in the past, has given way to emotion: What I feel is the truth, regardless of facts. Are facts, then, obsolete? How do photographs establish facts, or do they? This exhibition sets out to explore, rather than answer, some of these important questions.

Opening Reception - Friday, January 11rh from 6pm to 9pm

Gallery Talk - Tuesday, January 15th beginning at 7pm

Closing Party - Saturday, January 26th from 2pm to 5pm

NOTE - Gallery hours for this show only: Tuesday - 5pm to 9pm, Wednesday & Friday - 2pm to 6pm, Saturday - 1pm to 4pm

Mission Statement: 
The Homewood Photo Collective meets on the first Wednesday of every month at Homewood Studios and provides photographers with creative and technical support through critiques, feedback and camaraderie. HPC meetings start at 7:00pm. All are welcome.

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Minnesota Orchestra Trio Performance

As part of it's Common Chords residency in North Minneapolis, the Minnesota Orchestra presents three members of is string sections in a one-hour concert in our gallery. The event is free and open, begins at 7pm, features Catherine Schubilske (violin), Sam Bergaman (viiola), and Katja Linfield (cello).

The full Orchestra will perform two free concerts, led by Music Director Osmo Vänskä: a Community Meal and Sing-Along at Sanctuary Covenant Church on January 22, and a Finale Concert on January 26 at North High School, where the Orchestra will share the stage with individual artists and ensembles from the North Minneapolis community.

Many of the events and performances of this Common Chords week are free and open to the public. Concert details for the two full-Orchestra concerts as well as a complete schedule of events can be found at https://www.minnesotaorchestra.org/showcase/392-common-chords

Friday, February 1 - Sunday, March 3, 2019

BLACK HISTORY MONTH EMPORIUM 2019

For the third year, Homewood Studios Resident Artist Bill Jeter gathers together some local African-American artists to showcase their work.

Bill writes: This Black History Month Emporium 2019 gives community members including youth the opportunity to contact elements of Black history and culture in their own neighborhoods at a time of national focus on the subject. It gives artists and performers a centralized place to present their artistry and cultural perspectives as well as showcase their Northside connections to a diverse audience.<.i>

As the curator, the Black History Month Emporium gives 2019 gives me an opportunity to intersect as an artist and an educator with a subject that I have explored for 50 years and to personally contribute and increase conversations about African American art, history, and culture and how they are integral to American culture and values.

YOUTH ART WORKSHOPS - Sat Feb 9 2019 & Sat Feb 23, 2019 1pm-4pm

OPEN HOUSE RECEPTION - Sat. Feb 23, 2019 1pm-4pm

Gallery Hours for this show: Tue, 5pm-9pm Wed-Thu-Fri, 1pm-6pm Sat-Sun, 1pm-4pm

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

UNTEATHER featuring Craig Harris

Craig Harris is the Artistic Director of Interference Arts, and is a composer, performer, writer and producer. Harris creates multimedia dramatic stage works, interactive sculptural environments, and creative story spaces. Our Permanent Guest Curator, Neal Cuthbert, has known Harris for several years and has encouraged him to create a series of solo performances. Each of these one-hour performances will feature Craig on his keyboard sampler playing a variety of his compositions, improvising, and possibly developing a piece that gets created using sampled/created sounds at the event. These events are free and open. Each will begin at 7pm. Everyone welcome.

Wednesday, March 13 - Saturday, March 30, 2019

VOICES FROM ELSEWHERE

As part of the NCECA national pottery and ceramics convention taking place in Minneapolis this spring, Homewood Studios has invited ten artists - five local and five nationally recognized - who have come to clay through other art media or through other life experiences.

More info about this show anon.

Monday, April 1 - Wednesday, April 24, 2019

ANNUAL MCAD DRAWING SHOW

As we have done for the past three years, we have invited second year students from MCBA to exhibit the best of their drawing work. The quality of work in previous show has been quite amazing and there is no reason to doubt this show will be equally delightful and inspiring.

Details about opening date, reception and other events anon.

Thursday, April 25 - Monday, April 29, 2019

ANNUAL BEST OF FRANKLIN SHOW

Former Homewood Studios Resident Artist, Melodee Strong, now a full time art teacher at Franklin Middle School in North Minneapolis, presents her annual show of the best work by her students.

Information about opening reception coming soon.

Tuesday, May 7 - Wednesday, May 29, 2019

PEYTON RUSSELL: New Work

Fresh from his very successful show at OFF THE WALL gallery in New York City, Peyton brings a whole new body of his work - graffiti-inspired explorations of the act and history of writing - to our gallery. Should be a very exciting show.

Opening Reception - Saturday, May 11th, 5pm to 8pm

Gallery Talk - Thursday May 18th, beginning at 7pm

Special Event (still in planning stages) Saturday, May 25th beginning at 7pm

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

UNTEATHER featuring Craig Harris

Craig Harris is the Artistic Director of Interference Arts, and is a composer, performer, writer and producer. Harris creates multimedia dramatic stage works, interactive sculptural environments, and creative story spaces. Our Permanent Guest Curator, Neal Cuthbert, has known Harris for several years and has encouraged him to create a series of solo performances. Each of these one-hour performances will feature Craig on his keyboard sampler playing a variety of his compositions, improvising, and possibly developing a piece that gets created using sampled/created sounds at the event. These events are free and open. Each will begin at 7pm. Everyone welcome.

Saturday, June 1 - Sunday, June 2, 2019

3RD ANNUAL STUDENT CALLIGRAPHY SHOW

Homewood Studios Resident Artist, Mieko Yamazaki, offers work by her calligraphy students in their third annual show. Mieko is a deeply talented teacher and her students are fast developing their skills under her guidance. Expect some very professional and surprising work.

Details coming...

Friday, June 7 - Sunday, June 16, 2019

FOUR ARTISTS

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A group of four local artists, lead by Sandy Parnell, have arranged for a show in June of 2019.

Tuesday, June 18 - Saturday, July 6, 2019

PERPICH CENTER FOR THE ARTS: ART IS MY WEAPON

For the past year, students at Perpich Center for the Arts havae been investigating the issue of gun violence prevention through their art. Nikki McComb, a photographer who has been exploring this issue for several years in her own work, has been meeting with the the high school students at Perpich to pursue the issue with them.

Details aboaut opening reception, discussion, and other events coming anon.

Sunday, July 7 - Tuesday, July 30, 2019

AS YET UNTITLED

Homewood Studios Resident Artists Kris Treuting and Jack Mader have invited Gretchen Treuting to join them in a show of photography, gourd art, felting work and calligraphy/bookmaking.

Details coming along pretty soon.

Saturday, August 10 - Saturday, August 31, 2019

YOLANDA CLARK: New Work

Homewood neighbor and longtime friend, painter Yolanda Clark, returns to our gallery for a show of work produced since her show in 2009, Seven of Us.

More details about show content, times and dates for opening reception, gallery talk &c. following in a bit.

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

UNTEATHER featuring Craig Harris

Craig Harris is the Artistic Director of Interference Arts, and is a composer, performer, writer and producer. Harris creates multimedia dramatic stage works, interactive sculptural environments, and creative story spaces. Our Permanent Guest Curator, Neal Cuthbert, has known Harris for several years and has encouraged him to create a series of solo performances. Each of these one-hour performances will feature Craig on his keyboard sampler playing a variety of his compositions, improvising, and possibly developing a piece that gets created using sampled/created sounds at the event. These events are free and open. Each will begin at 7pm. Everyone welcome.

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

UNTEATHER featuring Craig Harris

Craig Harris is the Artistic Director of Interference Arts, and is a composer, performer, writer and producer. Harris creates multimedia dramatic stage works, interactive sculptural environments, and creative story spaces. Our Permanent Guest Curator, Neal Cuthbert, has known Harris for several years and has encouraged him to create a series of solo performances. Each of these one-hour performances will feature Craig on his keyboard sampler playing a variety of his compositions, improvising, and possibly developing a piece that gets created using sampled/created sounds at the event. These events are free and open. Each will begin at 7pm. Everyone welcome.

Wednesday, April 1 - Thursday, April 30, 2020

SEITU JONES: New and Selected Work

Our Permanent Guest Curator, Neal Cuthburt, has lined up another stellar show for our gallery. A longtime Homewood Studios friend and well-known artist, Seitu Jones, as agreed to bring a show to our neighborhood in the spring of 2020.

Details about opening reception, gallery talk, other possible events will be coming along...

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