Tweed Museum of Art

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  • Free admission. No admission fee is charged but donations are welcome and suggested at the rate of $5/family, $2/individuals, $1/seniors, children and students free.

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  • The Tweed Museum of Art is located in the Humanities Building on the campus of the University of Minnesota Duluth. The museum is at Ordean Court, just beyond the Jacques Lipchitz sculpture of Sieur du Luth.

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  • T 9am-8pm, W-F 9am-4:30pm, SA-SU 1-5pm. Closed Mondays and major holidays.

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  • Waste Reduction/Reuse/Recycling
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  • Accessible to Disabled
  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

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Events

  1. From the Beginning: Selections from the Original Alice Tweed Tuohy & George Tweed Collection

    From the Beginning: Selections from the Original Alice Tweed Tuohy & George Tweed Collection

    1201 Ordean Court
    Duluth, MN 55812
    Call: (218) 726-8222

    This exhibition is a display of both European and American paintings from the Tweed family’s original collection of approximately 350 pieces. Drawing upon works spanning the 16th through 20th centuries, the selections include English and American portraiture, Dutch and Flemish genre paintings, works from the French Barbizon School, and Italian religious paintings and demonstrates the extensive range of the initial Tweed collection.

  2. Graphic Ceramics

    Graphic Ceramics

    1201 Ordean Court
    Duluth, MN 55812
    Call: (218) 726-8222

    The Niche Gallery features a small selection of contemporary
    small ceramics from the Ceramics Collection at Tweed
    Museum of Art.

  3. Juan Logan: Whose Song Shall I Sing?

    Juan Logan: Whose Song Shall I Sing?

    1201 Ordean Court
    Duluth, MN 55812
    Call: (218) 726-8222

    The Balcony Gallery wall is a showcase of various masks and reliquaries created by North Carolina artist Juan Logan.

    Through his work, he addresses the interconnections of race, place, and power and seeks to make visible how hierarchical relations and social stereotypes shape individuals, institutions, and the material and mental landscapes of contemporary life.

  4. Midwestern Moderns

    Midwestern Moderns

    1201 Ordean Court
    Duluth, MN 55812
    Call: (218) 726-8222

    The exhibition features paintings and prints from 20th century artists from the Midwest region, such as Thomas Hart Benton, Fletcher Martin, Gene Ritchie Monahan, Grant Wood, and George Morrison.

  5. Selections of Traditional and Contemporary Native Art

    Selections of Traditional and Contemporary Native Art

    1201 Ordean Court
    Duluth, MN 55812
    Call: (218) 726-8222

    The case will display three types of Native American objects representing the traditional craft work of the region. These objects (most from the Woodland tribes) include beaded bandolier bags, moccasins, and quillwork boxes. Bandolier bags are examples of objects worn decoratively during ceremonial gatherings. The moccasins embody decoration and functionality, and the quillwork boxes show a method of ornamental design popular before the introduction of 19th century European glass beads.

  6. Sinew: Female Native Artists of the Twin Cities

    Sinew: Female Native Artists of the Twin Cities

    1201 Ordean Court
    Duluth, MN 55812
    Call: (218) 726-8222

    June 1st from 6-8pm, join us at the Tweed Museum of Art to celebrate the opening of “Sinew: Female Native Artists of the Twin Cities,” an exhibition curated by Dyani White Hawk, who is also one of the artists featured in this exhibition.

    The Tweed Museum of Art at the University of Minnesota Duluth presents "Sinew: Female Native Artists of the Twin Cities," an exhibition curated by Dyani White Hawk. The show was originally organized for Artistry in Bloomington, MN in conjunction with the Guerilla Girls Twin Cities takeover. The exhibition presents an eclectic selection of works by each artist that include paintings, prints, weaving, drawings, digital videos, and sculptures.

    The artists selected for this exhibition are but some of the most celebrated and accomplished female Native artists currently living and working in the Twin Cities area, and include:

    Carolyn Anderson
    Julie Buffalohead
    Andrea Carlson
    Elizabeth Day
    Heid Erdrich
    Louise Erdrich
    Maggie Thompson

    Visit us online for more details.

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  • Exhibit Space (sq ft): 15,000
  • On-site Catering Required

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