Art & Culture / Viewing Assignment

Please choose ONE of these options to attend and view. Write a short reflection on what you found most inspiring or compelling about the cultural experience.
(~200 words) Due at the final exam, in the google folder. YOUR CHOICES:
1. Attend at least 3 galleries during the Downtown Arts Walk 5-8pm on Friday April 26. Where did you go, What did you see, Why did it intrigue you?
Full list of galleries and venues found here:
2. Attend the reception for the Annual Student Exhibit in the Tweed Museum, 3-5pm on Sunday April 28. Write about at least 3 works in the show that interest you: Who, What, Why?
more about the exhibition and the student work:
3. Watch : Digital Nation on PBS Frontline
Watch the full documentary, write a short reflection on how your personal life is impacted by pervasive technology and any resonance or surprise you found in the video topics… LIVING FASTER  / RELATIONSHIPS  /  WAGING WAR /  VIRTUAL WORLDS  /  LEARNING
Digital Nation on PBS Frontline (viewable online)

Cecilia Ramón / Works on Paper / Nov 30, 2018

Works on Paper by Cecilia Ramon On view 5-8pm on Friday, November 30, 2018. Downtown Arts Walk.  Rockingchair Studio  120 A W 1st Street Duluth, Minnesota.

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Cecilia Ramón’s creative work explores the cross section of art-making, ecology, and resilience thinking. Her recent focus is on ocean currents, water dynamics and organisms.

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Ramón is a visual artist, ecological designer and educator, currently teaching at the University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Art and Design. Her training includes an apprenticeship with Master painter Anselmo Piccoli in Buesnos Aires, Argentina, post-graduate studies in Visual Arts at University Wisconsin-Superior, and MA in Ecological Design Thinking, Schumacher College, Dartington, UK.

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Artist Cecilia Ramón will be showing mixed-media works on paper during the final Friday of November Downtown Arts Walk.  Rockingchair Studio  120 A W 1st Street Duluth, Minnesota. On view 5-8pm on Friday, November 30, 2018. 

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Rocking_studio_webMy little studio is included in the first Downtown Arts Walk. Please come see the new home base for creative projects, netprovs, and other collaborations on the final Friday of each month!

👉Rockingchair Studio    120 A W 1st Street, Duluth MN

Open 5 to 8pm for Arts Walk / Downtown Arts Walk / FACEBOOK EVENT:


Each month I hope to share some work by friends, students, and collaborators. The displays will be very casual, because it’s a working studio after all, not a gallery! For this first opening, I invited Karen Keenan to display some of her lovely pottery from Hemslöjd Studio.godwottery_jrock12.png

I have pinned up some digital prints from my Godwottery installation too.