1979-1975 Exhibitions

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==1975== ==1975==

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Contents

1979

Dual to Disarm
December 6, 1979 – January 20, 1980
Elizabeth Prown and Andrea Dorman

Contents/Structures
October 11 – November 25, 1979
Harriet Bart, David Marquis, Ann Marie Penaz, John Sonderegger and Terry Streich

Garth Sings, Barry Dances? An instance of The Collaborative Examination of the Circumstances Prompting Creative Behavior
August 10 – September 30, 1979
Garth Evans and Barry Kahn

Five Realist Painters
June 8 – July 28, 1979
Michael Bolin, Robert Edwards, Robert Clark Nelson, Jerry Ott and Bonnie Wagner

Permutation
May 10 – May 30, 1979
Stanley Shetka

Television
April 5 – April 25, 1979
Michael Mactavish

Beyer-Dumke-Larson
February 8 – March 25, 1979
Steven Beyer, Albrecht Dumke and Philip Larson

1978

Fields, Landmarks, Place
December 7, 1978 – January 28, 1979
Candace Clement, Ken Feingold and Richman Haire

It’s All A Matter Of How You Look At It
October 12 – November 26, 1978
Mari Lyn Ampe, James Kielkopf and Gary Wiebusch and conceptual work of Jane Starosciak

Into Outside
August 10 – October 1, 1978
Janet Lofquist, Philip Ogle, Joseph Panone, Ron Wilczek and John Willis

Collage
June 15 – July 30, 1978
Jenny Hassis-Cowette, Tom Cowette, Stephen Hartman, Hugh Kappel, Zigmunds Priede, William Roode and Sharon Stockwell

Drawings
April 12 – May 28, 1978
Mary Abbott, John M. Black, William Bollinger, Candace Clement, Elizabeth Erickson, David Feinberg, Lynn A. Gray, Ralph Hanggi, Karen Holmberg, Judith Johnson-Roode, Barry Kahn, Greg Kelsey, George Morrison, Betty Nelson, Robert Clark Nelson, James Olson, Barbara Roche, Cynthia Starkweather-Nelson and Lois Whitmore

OXOXO
February 16 – April 2, 1978
Peter Busa, Sandra Kraskin, David Brown, Ray Herdegen and Mary Walker

1977

Paradigm, Paradise, Paradox
December 15, 1977 – January 29, 1978
Molly Mason, Sharon Hare and Susan Lacey

Imported Sources: Forest Compression
October 20 – October 29, 1977
Leif Brush

Visscher, DeBiaso, Breidel, Akagawa
October 20 – December 4, 1977
Jantje Visscher, Tom DeBiaso, Joe Breidel, Joe Breidel and Kinji Akagawa

Layover in Minneapolis
June 23 – September 14, 1977
Gregory W. Bitz and Donald Gahr

A Change in Scale
March 24 – April 23, 1977
Gallen Benson, James Conover, Nancy Monk and Wayne Potratz

Open Spaces
January 27 – March 6, 1977
Nathan Haapala, Dale Lindman, Robert Mattson, Bill Monson, Jeffery Munson and Jeffrey Wilcox

1976

7 Artists
November 11, 1976 – January 9, 1977
David Husom, John Marshall, Mike Wong, Lynn Klein, Perry Dean,Jeff Millikan and Michael Manzavrakos

Constructions and Drawings
September 11 – October 31, 1976
Astri Kleivdal, Brian Foster, Calvin McIntyre, Kathleen Volp and Glenn Wolff

Patternstation
September 11 – October 31, 1976
Robert Saxon and Stewart Turnquist

Artists Choose
March 25 - April 25, 1976
Quimetta Ardanuy, Pat Atmore, Hazel Belvo, Susan Fiene Brown, Janice Helleloid, Judy Onofrio

1975

State: State of the Art/Art: Art of the State
December 10, 1975 – March 7, 1976
Twenty-eight artists