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New SkinsArtist Led Tourwith Andrea CarlsonThursday, April 12, 7 pmin the MAEP Galleries
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New Skins
Artist Led Tour
with Andrea Carlson
Thursday, April 12, 7 pm
in the MAEP Galleries
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Artist-Led Public Tour: Each exhibition hosts a tour of his or her exhibition. See a list of dates.

Trialogue: The Visual Art Critics Union of Minnesota hosts a trialogue for each exhibition: an open discussion between artist, critic and the public. Click here to see a list of scheduled events with artists and critic.
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20 years ago: Harding/Kendall
30 years ago: A Change in Scale

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Mary Griep and Jantje Visscher

Jantje Visscher’s work deals with perception, especially with the forms and patterns in nature, and the way we perceive and relate to the universe we live in. For the last six years Mary Griep has been working on a series of large scales drawings of sacred spaces of the 11th and 12th century.

That was my show

Gerald Smith, Just Can't Leave It Alone
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Gerald Smith, Just Can't Leave It Alone