A new show at Juxtaposition Arts features mixed-media work by Oklahoma-born artist Crystal Z. Campbell, based on historic newspaper images of Tulsa’s Black Wall Street.

OPENING

Pay 2 Play Zine Launch: A Look at Race and Art Space in Minneapolis

Opening: Thurs., July 12 from 6-8 p.m.

Gallery hours: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Mon.-Thu.

Juxtaposition Arts, 2007 Emerson Av. N., Mpls

Adrienne Doyle spent time researching racial inequities in ownership and investment in Minneapolis art spaces, and now she will present her findings in a zine. This launch happens in conjunction with the already opened exhibition “Recourse: With Notes from Black Wall Street,” an exhibition curated by Tia-Simone Gardner with work by Crystal Z. Campbell and JXTA youth. Read more about that here: http://www.startribune.com/new-juxtaposition-arts-show-trades-notes-on-black-history-in-tulsa-minneapolis/487412891/

Above: Pamela Carberry, Homage/Marsh, Intaglio, 2018

OPENING

Hot Off the Press: The 33rd Cooperative Exhibition

Highpoint Center for Printmaking (912 W Lake St., Mpls)

Reception: Fri., July 13 from 6:30-9 p.m.

This isn’t your typical summer group art exhibition – it’s your annual one. For the 33rd year in a row, Highpoint Center for Printmaking showcases the work of its artists’ studio cooperative. This year, 39 printmakers working in a variety of methods, including lithography, relief, intaglio, screenprinting, monotype and polymergravure present their gods. Artists like Anda Tanaka often times draws on her childhood memories growing up in Iowa, while Soren Carlson-Donohoe often times juxtaposes familiar imagery from American advertising with things like the clouds from Super Mario. All prints at the event will get 20% off discount if purchased on opening night. Exhibition runs through August 25.

Above: image from pEARs ' --- ---- ---- ' in §pring : A Solo Exhibition & Theatrical Play by Joo Choon Lin

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Artist from Singapore to perform this weekend in St. Paul

Fogstand Gallery (1456 Edmund Av., St. Paul.)

Opening reception: Fri., July 12 from 7-10 p.m.

Regular hours 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sat.-Sun

Fogstand is a gallery in Taiwan that now, thanks to a grant from Midway Contemporary Art, has a new branch in St. Paul. This weekend Singaporean artist Joo Choon Lin mounts a solo performance and theatrical play, based loosely on the play “The Hind” by Leslie Scalapino, a Beat movement-associated experimental poet and playwright. Joo’s work interrogates the nature of reality, particularly as technology continues advancing. Performances will take place Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Ends Aug. 5. Free. fogstand.com. More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/2958498460956068/

OPENING

Six McKnight Artists 2018

Opening: Sat., July 14 from 1-4 p.m.

Northern Clay (2424 Franklin Ave. E, Mpls)

For this annual exhibition, which is exactly what the title says it is, ceramic artists gather to exhibit new work, including Xilam Balam (St. Paul), Mic Stowell, Eva Kwong, Forrest Lesch-Middelton, Anthony Stellaccio, and Kosmas Ballis. Exhibition ends August 26.

Above: Jeff Millikan, "She Was Concerned About The Loss Of Habitat"

OPENING

Collecting Memory: Photographs and Installations by Jeff Millikan

Opening: Sat. July 14

Bell Museum (2088 Larpenteur Ave. W, St. Paul)

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This weekend’s festivities may be focused on the grand re-opening of the Bell Museum and the emergence of Sir Woolly Mammoth (yes it is a male), but also not-to-miss is artist-in-residence Jeff Millikan’s new exhibition featuring memory-related photos and installations. One of the harder topics to digest is how much climate change has affected the environment. Millikan delves into this with “She was concerned about the loss of habitat” a collection of fallen eastern bluebirds inside a diorama-like case. Exhibition ends Sept. 2. Read more about the big Bell Museum opening here: http://www.startribune.com/11-hairy-buggy-spacey-things-to-do-at-st-paul-s-brand-new-bell-museum/488012611/

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