A Pop-Up Night Out!
The Taube Museum of Art invites you to a creative Pop-Up
Night Out – an evening of artist’s talks, poetry, music, artist
demos, food and wine on Friday, March 23, 2018 from 6:00 to 9:00 PM.
Doors will open at 6:00 PM for wine and hors d’oeuvres and Leonard Haabak will provide his classic brand of musical wallpaper. Minot State University Professor Emeritus Walter Piehl will start the evening off with an artist’s talk featuring the creative process that went into the series of works, the Northern Plains National Heritage Area Suite, currently on exhibit at the Taube Museum of Art.
Following Piehl’s talk, local artist and Minot State University Art Professor Linda Olson will demonstrate wheel-thrown pottery. Olson will have some of her pottery pieces on display and available for purchase. At the same time, Taube Museum Executive Director Nancy Walter will demonstrate Fluid Acrylic Painting, which has become an Internet phenomenon and a new experience for Minot. At 7:30 PM well know local musician and poet, Rick Watson will take the stage for a couple of poetry selections interspersed with some of his musical stylings. Leonard Haabak will close out the evening with his musical wallpaper and bring the Pop-Up Night Out to a close. Also included in the fun will be a mini silent auction, with the option of buy it now pricing. Tickets for this culture fix are $10 for members and $15 for non-members, and can be reserved by calling 838-4445 today or popping into the Taube Museum of Art. 21+ only event.
Be sure to join in the fun on Friday, March 23, 2018 from 6 – 9 pm! Come for all of the events or just “pop” in to see what it is all about and what the Taube has to offer the Minot community on an ongoing basis! Proceeds support the Taube Museum of Art, a non-profit art organization, to benefit ongoing programming to bring the community a variety of artist exhibitions and art classes for all ages. With the continued support of the Minot community we are able to fulfill our mission of enriching lives through the visual arts.