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405 21st Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55455 | University | 612-624-6518
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    In the past decade, the Twin Cities has become especially fertile ground for socially engaged art and its practitioners. Think Rebecca Krinke, Kate Casanova, Marcus Young, and Amanda...
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    "Made in Minnesota," a new group exhibition celebrating sculptural art by Minnesota artists, is a welcome dose of color and levity in these winter months. There's also a good deal of humor...
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    The centerpiece of this exhibition, curated by sculptor Wayne E. Potratz and painter Howard Oransky, is George Morrison's massive 4-by-20-foot Landscape: Wood Collage, an assemblage of 29...
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    In "Two Prospective Retrospectives," a new show at the Katherine E. Nash Gallery at the University of Minnesota, two retiring faculty members, Lynn A. Gray and Wayne E. Potratz, are...
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    Lynn A. Gray and Wayne E. Potratz, two long-time practicing artists and department of art professors at the U of M, will be celebrated in this joint exhibition. Gray uses white gas, stencil,...
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    "We don't have a clear picture of what peace looks like," says Marlina Gonzalez, curator for a new exhibit at the Katherine E. Nash Gallery called "Instructions for Peace." She aims to...
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    Back in the 1970s, architects, landscape artists, and city planners introduced the term "placemaking." Both a philosophy and a process, placemaking was used to describe how one approached...
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    Rumor has it that this group exhibition of eight artists currently completing their MFAs at the U of M includes a 1976 AMC Pacer in which fungi are flourishing at a healthy rate. That would...
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    In a blast from the past, this group exhibition — in two locations on the U of M's West Bank — revisits the feminist art movement of the 1970s. While the show also reflects on...
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    The Regis Center for Art at the U of M opens its 10th anniversary celebration with "Minnesota Funk." The group exhibition — featuring video and sculpture by new art-department faculty...
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    In "Landscape of the Mind" at the Katherine E. Nash Gallery, mindscapes — those images and fields of inquiry, whether preternatural or concrete, that take shape in our psyches and...
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    In one black-and-white photograph, two old women in the recognizable jackets and caps of their homeland stand jauntily, each with one foot coquettishly out, cigarettes cocked between splayed...

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The Regis Center is 145,000 square feet of modern space including classrooms, art production space, faculty offices, the Katherine E. Nash Gallery, and Quarter Gallery. The Regis Center is two buildings connected by a skyway: the east building houses 3D areas (sculpture and ceramics) and the west building houses the 2D and 4D areas (drawing and painting, photography, printmaking, and experimental and media arts).

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