Storytelling Feb 3 and Ojibwe Star Knowledge Feb 4 with Mary Moose and Joseph Sutherland
EXHIBIT Feb 3 – May 19. This show celebrates the women artists in the collections and their contributions to the art world. Women have been part of the history of art since the beginning. But women have never been accepted and valued the same as male artists.
RECEPTION & Book Launch Jan 20. EXHIBIT Jan 13 – Mar 25. Four years after “The Unchosen Ones”, R. J. Kern re-photographed many of the subjects of the original series. In some cases, the animal and its handler are photographed together again. In other cases, the child has moved on and replaced the animal with some new pursuit; a tractor, a chicken, a fishing pole.
RECEPTION Jan 14, 2 – 4pm. EXHIBIT December 8- extended to February 25, 2023. The artwork of the local Native grassroots organization “Manidoo Ogitigaan” Or Spirit Garden, reflects their desire to revitalize art forms and cultural knowledge in a meaningful way that bridges gaps in order to build lasting relationships and a cultural legacy. To protect and preserve resources for generations to come, all materials were gathered in a manner akin to the original inhabitants of the land and processed in a way that is not harmful.
RECEPTION Feb 10. Exhibit Feb 10 – April 28.The lively, whimsical paintings explore the stories experienced by flora and fauna hidden in the forest on one warm spring day. The artist’s brush strokes and color choices were influenced by discoveries made when she explored this unseen and unheard world. The lively, whimsical paintings explore the stories experienced by flora and fauna hidden in the forest on one warm spring day. The artist’s brush strokes and color choices were influenced by discoveries made when she explored this unseen and unheard world.
EXHIBIT March 6. Aanikoosijigaade – It is Linked. The connecting of stories; things old brought to new is an idea that will be translated by two new and emerging artists.
EXHIBIT Oct 3 – Jan 20. Artists hold up a mirror to society asking us to consider who we are and who we want to be. This show is a collection of prints and ceramic works covering various cultural, historical, and political themes.
OPEN HOUSE CELEBRATION Dec 3. In celebration of 5 years in our beautiful building and to thank you for being a part of Watermark Art Center’s success the public is invited to an open house on December 3, 2022 from 1 to 4pm with presentations at 1pm.
EXHIBIT Aug 26 – Nov 26. RECEPTION Sep 10 with Jonathan Thunder, multi-media artist . Themes of identity and relationship.
ONLINE AUCTION OCT 3 – 12. EXHIBIT Aug 19 – Oct 22. Visitors are invited to enjoy the space underneath the umbrellas while reflecting on the messages depicted through colorful imagery.
EXHIBIT Aug 5 – Oct 28. STUDENT RECEPTION Aug 26, 4 -6pm. Falcon Gott, Photographer and Student Camp work . Falcon’s travels, interests, and his eye for detail, have led him to capture some interesting and unique moments.
RECEPTION Nov. 4, 5 – 7pm. EXHIBIT Nov 4 – Dec 23. 17th Annual It’s Only Clay National Juried Ceramics Competition and Exhibit Featuring artist Delores Fortuna.
RECEPTION Nov 11. EXHIBIT Nov 11- Jan 27, 2022. Community residents created this 50 photo tribute to their beloved Long Lake northeast of Bemidji.
Thursday, February 16. 7pm. Poetry SLAM! Registration on site. Calling on area SLAM poets to prepare for the SLAM! to be held at Fozzies Bar-B-Q.
EVENT Saturday, September 24 from 9am to 3pm. Join us outside on the south lawn for our first ever outdoor pop-up market featuring hand-crafted goods from the region’s finest artisans, local musicians and food.