The Transformative Power of 55 Years of Public Television Art Show
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Join WDSE•WRPT as it celebrates 55 years of connecting community through public media at Zeitgeist Arts Café and Atrium on Monday, January 13th at 5pm!
The art show will feature two exciting exhibitions throughout the Zeitgeist facility. The Café will feature works from local artists from across the Northland that reflect "The Transformative Power of Public Television", which were created in honor of the role that WDSE•WRPT and/or PBS has played in the lives of each individual artist.
In the Zeitgeist Atrium, the watercolors of Duluth philanthropist and artist Julia Marshall will be on display. Julia Marshall, and her sister Caroline, were some of WDSE•WRPT’s original and major supporters.
Last but not least, for this night only, a recently rediscovered Bob Ross painting will also be on display.
Enjoy light refreshments while exploring amazing works of art inspired by public television and beautiful paintings from individuals who've helped to make WDSE•WRPT what it is today.
Art Show Opening
Zeitgeist Arts Café and Atrium
January 13, 2020 at 5pm
-The Transformative Power of 55 Years of Public Television
-A Collection of Watercolors by Julia Marshall
-Bob Ross Painting on Display
The Transformative Power of 55 Years of Public Television
Zeitgeist Arts Café
Will be on display January 12 - Early April
A Collection of Watercolors by Julia Marshall
Will be on display for the month of January