On Display At Minneapolis Downtown Library

On Display At Minneapolis Downtown Library

I currently have three pieces on display at the Downtown Minneapolis Library as part of the Spectrum Artworks curated exhhibit To Really See. Exhibit runs through Spetember  27th, 2017.

On Display
Atavistic Memories
On Display
In Times of Peril She Would Call Up All Strange Orders Of Spirits Into Her Aura To Protect Herself From Evil
On Display
Sabbat, or The Dark Interpreter, De Quincey Dreams of Levanah and Our Ladies of Sorrow
On Display
The Artist and his Muse

Contributing Artists

Teresa Audet (Minneapolis)
Douglas Blue (Minneapolis)
Jennifer N. Campbell (St. Paul)
John Casey (Bloomington)
Kate Clark (Minneapolis)
Sam Larom (Minneapolis)
Gary Melquist (Minneapolis)
Holly Rapoport (River Falls)
Anne South (Minneapolis)
Heather Spielman (Minneapolis)
KaTa (Minneapolis)
Jessica Ward (Lino Lakes)
Roger Williamson (Minneapolis)

Presented by Spectrum ArtWorks, “To Really See” explores mental health and challenges the stigmas associated with medication use. The ArtWorks program supports professional artists living with mental illness.

The exhibit will close with a panel discussion on Wednesday, September 27, 6-7:30 p.m. in Pohlad Hall, moderated by Syl Jones of Hennepin County Medical Center. Panelists include Paul Ranelli (University of Minnesota), Marilyn Dornfeld (NAMI MN) and Dr. Reba Peoples (RESOURCE). They will reflect on the artwork in the exhibit and engage multiple perspectives in conversation about mental health and medication use.


To Really See at University of Minnesota Bio Medical Lab Library

Thomas DeQuincey

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