The Public Transformation artists – Ashley Hanson, Randi Carlson, Ellie Moore, Hannah Holman, Mary Welcome Rothlisberger & Nik Nerburn – will present a month-long exhibit at Outpost Winona from October 20 – November 17, 2017. This multi-media exhibition will present a snapshot of the lives, work, stories, themes, artifacts and questions the artists discovered on their journey and will facilitate discussions about the successes and challenges of making art in rural America.
Exhibition Opening Events
6:00 – Opening Reception + Gus the Bus Photo Booth
7:00 – Artist Talk + Film Screening
Saturday, October 21 from 11am-7:00pm
11:00-4:00 – Grill Out + Workshops with The Art Of The Rural, Next Generation: Rural Creative Placemaking, Springboard for the Arts andPublic Transformation Artists
4:00 – Outpost Happy Hour
5:00 – Public Transformation Presentation + Film Screening + Artist Talk
Sunday, October 22 from 10am-12pm
10:00 – Coffee and pastries at Outpost
11:00 – Reflective river walk with hopes for the future of art in rural America
The Friday reception and Sunday river walk will be free and open to the public. The Saturday workshops will be a $5 suggested donation to cover the cost of food.
Public Transformation is supported by Springboard for the Arts, Art of the Rural, and individuals across the country. This Outpost exhibition is made possible through the support of the McKnight Foundation.