Three New Exhibitions Opening on September 10th
Posted on August 12, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 10, 2016 - 6-9pm
Shows Run: September 10 - October 22
Love, SooVAC wants your artwork
Posted on July 17, 2016
SooVAC’s Roadtrip with Live Arts to Silverwood Park May 12th
Posted on April 15, 2016
Live Arts is taking a field trip to Silverwood Park curated by Laurie Van Wieren featuring performance by Abigail Whitmore, Megan Mayer and Brenna Moser. We're proud to present this as part of Fierce Lament. Check out all of the Fierce Lament activities HERE. We are making the trip on May 12th and the event starts at 7:30pm.
TWIN CITIES GUERRILLA GIRLS TAKE OVER @ SOOVAC, LIVE ART PRESENTED BY LAURIE VAN WIEREN
Posted on February 05, 2016
Performance at the SooVAC curated by Laurie Van Wieren-March 4 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm *Some performances include mature themes*
A special performance curated by Laurie Van Wieren takes place in Amelia Biewald’s exhibition Autour de La Fin Du Monde, at Soo Visual Arts Center featuring Hijack, April Sellers, Parker Stuart, Deborah Jinza Thayer, and Laurie Van Wieren. SooVAC will be open from 2–9 pm this day. Learn about all of the Twin Cities Guerilla Girls Takeover here: http://www.ggtakeover.com/Read more...
La Fin Du Monde: Readings by Joni Tevis, Brian Laidlaw, and Jennifer Willoughby
Posted on February 01, 2016
Join us Wednesday March 9th at 7-9pm for poetry, essay, and song from Joni Tevis, Brian Laidlaw, and Jennifer Willoughby. Each will offer interpretations of the end of worlds—visions of apocalypse, the myth of Narcissus and Echo, and pop culture explosions. But they will also catch us, spare us, and chart stories of love in the face of catastrophe. These are the stories you’ll most want to hear at The End.
SooVAC and our current exhibits are pleased to host Milkweed Editions end times gathering: 'Autour de La Fin Du Monde' by Amelia Biewald features a 10-foot disco ball representing a comet hurtling towards earth, and a heaving pile of tattered Victorian ruffles. 'Now here, nowhere' by Mike Calway-Fagen and Tim Tozer showcases unrehearsed delivery through dying words, trash, and a series titled 'Black Mass.'
Free and open to the public, but any donation will help support this collaborative event. / Presented in partnership by Milkweed Editions and Soo Visual Arts Center.
Books will be available for sale, in partnership with Moon Palace Books.
*Art courtesy of Soo Visual Arts Center, by Amelia Biewald.Read more...