Tweed is offering a flurry of exciting art events in October, so mark your calendar and join us for all or any of the following happenings. Visit our Events tab to view details.
Robert and Shana Parke Harrison
Talk on Collaboration
October 6, 3:00 pm
Shana, who studied painting, dance history and metalsmithing, and Robert, a photographer, have collaborated for over 18 years. The couple will join us in the Tezla Library at Tweed to deliver a talk on collaboration and engage in an informal Q&A session on the topic. This event is open to all students and the public.
Tweevening with Jim Klueg
The European and Bauhaus Influence in Studio Ceramics
October 6, 6:30 – 7:30 pm
Jim Klueg is a ceramist and head of the Department of Art & Design at UMD. He will join us to deliver a lecture about the European and Bauhaus Influence in studio ceramics, as it relates to the current ceramics exhibition: Resurfaced and Reformed: Evolution in Studio Ceramics.
European and Bauhaus Influence
Save the date for the next Tweevening presentation: December 1st, 2015 at 6:30 pm with Bill Shipley.
Robert Minichiello: Spontaneous Acts
October 22, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Opening Reception to celebrate Sharon Louden & Robert Minichiello Windows follow the hashtag #SharonLouden
The opening reception will feature a premiere performance of the music composition for the installation with Andrew Simpson, composer, who resides in Washington, D.C. Due to the limited capacity of the Sax Brothers Gallery space, there will be two short performances of the same music piece for the public to enjoy at 6:45 and at 7:30 pm.
Great Lakes Woodland Skirts Fashion Show
October 30, 6:00 – 9:00 pm
This show is a collection of traditional skirts including beaded accessories that will be featured in a cultural fashion show five Minnesota venues. The show sets in motion an era when apparel changed dramatically for Native people in the Great Lakes area. Delina White will be providing a narration and educational lecture supported by a photographic presentation about the history of the women’s traditional skirt. .
All events are free and open to the public.