Duluth Art Institute Gallery Party

Free Reception, Wednesday, Jan. 19, 6:30 to 8pm
Duluth Art Institute Galleries in the Depot
506 W. Michigan St.

Sean Elmquist, Symbiosis
UMD Emerging Photographers
Duluth Art Institute Annual Membership Show 2011

Music by Healthy Band Music Club

The Duluth Art Institute will celebrate three exhibits with one awesome band this Wednesday from 6:30 to 8pm. Free food, free drink, free entertainment plus a whole heaping helping of the visual arts.

10 Comments

Francene Starr

about 10 years ago

I went to the opening and could not understand why the band that was playing was selected...too loud for the space, discordant, bad...does this make me an old crabby person who doesn't get the current music scene?  Art was interesting!

Annie

about 10 years ago

Sean Elmquist, whose work is on display in the Morrison gallery, is the drummer in the band. All the members of Healthy Band Music Club generously donated their time and talents to make the evening a special event. 

Of course we are all welcome to our own opinions and tastes. Thanks for coming!

doubledutch

about 10 years ago

I loved Sean's show and would have had a great time no matter who played, but Healthy Band and the dancers (Erin & Grace I think?) completely made my night.  I'm just sad that I missed part of it because it was a little too loud for my kids to stand right in front.

TimK

about 10 years ago

The acoustics in that room are not conducive to anything with volume. It's hard to hear someone give a speech through a PA there.

Claire

about 10 years ago

TimK is so right on this one. The acoustics do indeed suck in the Great Hall. I can never understand what anyone is saying when they're speaking there.

adam

about 10 years ago

Yep. Very poor acoustics.

davids

about 10 years ago

Okay then, how about an "Art Challenge" event--who can figure out how to use the acoustics in that monstrous space to an aesthetically pleasing purpose? I've always thought it's a space that would lend itself to a solo French horn noodling through meditations on mortality. Any other ideas out there?

Claire

about 10 years ago

It's hopeless.

Agnes

about 10 years ago

I think vibraphone, chimes, harp, solo upright bass might work.

francenestarr

about 10 years ago

Wendy Grethen on dulcimer?

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