Mondays can be hard, but the Duluth Art Institute is making the start of the work week a little more bearable this October. The organization has teamed up with Zinema 2 theater to offer free lunchtime screenings and discussions on contemporary art. We’ll watch excerpts from the series “Art 21″ and guest experts and local artists will be on hand to spice up the dialogue. Don’t miss this great opportunity to inject a little culture into the daily grind! Sessions start at noon and last only one hour so you can make your lunch break your ‘art’ break. For more information, please contact Anne Dugan at 733-7562 or adugan @ duluthartinstitute.org or duluthartinstitute.org.
This Monday (October 10) the theme is ‘Memory’ and will include discussion on featured artist Hiroshi Sugimoto. He makes work that will blow your mind – like this photo he made of the Orinda Movie theater. He opened the exposure for the entire film so the viewer can ‘watch’ a film in a photo. Let’s discuss!