Join us for the visual art event of the year! The Duluth Art Institute's Masquerade Gala celebrates contemporary art, artists, and the community. Your evening includes a three course meal with a local artist who recently exhibited at the DAI and a gift personally selected by the artist. Dinner catered by Black Woods Catering.
New this year is a fund-a-need opportunity to provide scholarships for classes and workshops. Available for purchase will be original artwork, silent auction items, and tickets for beer, wine, and spirits baskets. Stay for a post-gala DJ dance party!
Early bird tickets will be available until September 15 for $85. Tickets purchased after this date will be $100. Please purchase tickets by Oct. 26.
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What's the Bauhaus? A German art, design and architecture school founded by Walter Gropius and which was active in Germany from 1919 until 1933. The school emphasized workshop or hands-on training and creative thinking. After its forced closure by the Nazis, some of the members moved to the United States and taught; for example: Gropius ended up at Harvard and Mies van der Rohe in Chicago. Of particular note is the involvement of Anni and Josef Albers at Black Mountain College in North Carolina. As the centennial of the Bauhaus approaches, more articles are highlighting the central role women artists played in the movement like architect Ise Gropius or fiber artist Anni Albers.
(Reference: Rainer K. Wick, "Bauhaus" Grove Art Online)
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