The day has finally arrived when all Minnesotans, regardless of sexual orientation, are free to get married. If your evening doesn't involve attending a wedding or two, hop on over to the Chowgirls Parlor, where they'll be celebrating marriage equality by hosting an exhibition featuring Amy Rice, who is revisiting some of the images she made for 2010's "Manifest Equality" art show in Los Angeles. Mixed-media artist Rice employs various printmaking methods such as hand cut-stencils and a Japanese Gocco printmaking toy in her work, as well as collage, gouache, acrylic, and ink on anything from wood panels to found objects such as vintage maps, old love letters, and journal pages. Rice's imaginative, charming works are often layered with pithy statements or profound observations. The Chowgirls Parlor event will include appetizers and a cash bar. (Amy Rice, Seize the Day)
Thu., Aug. 1, 7 p.m., 2013
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