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Directions: from University Ave. & Broadway: 

N on University. Left on 22nd (one block past Jax Caf´┐Ż); Park at Mill City Coffee and go up to 5th floor.  P.S. There is an elevator!      

                    


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Recent Events:

OPEN ART STUDIO & 2 lively Events! Nov 11-12, 2023

Two afternoons of art, music, stories & dreamy fall -

Open 12-5 pm Saturday Nov 11, and Sunday Nov 12.

at Susan Armington's Open Studio (part of a Northeast Mpls Fall Art Weekend!).

Stop by to see new paintings of the drama of ICELAND & new small dreamy collages, or just enjoy art & refreshments in my airy studio among friends

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Two special EVENTS:


3:30 Saturday, 11/11, 2023
SHIBUMI String Quartet - LIVE!

Nobuko and Frank Davis, Sachiya Isomura, and Yuichi Kubota

lively & varied classical music

3:30 Sunday, 11/12, 2023

Birds & a Yurt: Two Readings

Pauline Danforth and Susan Armington read short pieces about Birds and travel, and staying in a yurt on Earthrise Farm.

Hope to see you there!

Open Studio (Art-a-Whirl!!)

(Sat & Sun May 20-21, 2023 from 12-5)

Dreamy & vegetal art, maps and Talking Suitcases.

Plus:

FREE WORKSHOP Sunday May 21 1-2 pm:

Wishing Flying Fishes!

Make colorful hanging fish with watercolor crayons, papers, sparkles,

& hanging (secret) wishes!

ALL AGES WELCOME!

(Materials grant thanks to Wet Paint)

Sign up at:
armington007@gmail.com
(Please put WORKSHOP in subject line and # of participants)

Between the Stripes, Under the Stars Exhibit

Nov 5 to Dec 11, 2022

The Catherine G. Murphy Gallery.
2004 Randolph Ave, St Paul, MN 55105

Monday-Thursday: 8:00am-8:00pm. Friday: 8:00am-6:00pm. Saturday-Sunday: Noon-6:00pm.

Artists: Hend Al-Mansour, Susan Armington, Nida Bangash, Roya Farassat, Nina Ghanbarzadeh, Farida Hughes, Fawzia Khan*, Ifrah Mansour, Kimberlee Joy Roth, Helen Zughaib

Between the Stripes, Under the Stars is an exhibition by ten women artists–the majority of whom are immigrants from Asia, the Middle East and Africa–attempting to answer the question, who is an American? This is the second exhibition by these artists, who explore identity within the context of multiculturalism, language, upbringing, gender and the legacy of colonialism. Using a variety of media and methods, these artists present a range of viewpoints and experiences contained in contemporary American identity.

Virtual Artist Discussion:
Wednesday, December 7, 6:30pm CST.
Please RSVP here by Sunday, December 4.
A Zoom link will be emailed to participants in advance of the event.

  

updated 4/7/2024

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