Textile Center Exhibitions
In this season’s fall exhibitions, two accomplished artists will display their work at Textile Center. Jiseon Lee Isbara (a textile artist from Portland) presents Displaced while San Jose-based Susie Taylor presents Poetic Geometry. One addresses visual vocabulary, and the other touches on intellectual departure. Which is which? Swing through to find out. Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. @ 3000 University Ave. S.E., Minneapolis, mnartists.org
Ligne Roset Annual Sale
It’s your last chance to take advantage of Ligne Roset’s annual sale! The French furniture and lifestyle brand is offering an undeniable discount on their entire collection. Everything from sofas to lighting and consoles to dining tables is 15 percent off. Interested? Minnesota doesn’t have a retailer, but fortunately, you can snag a deal online, too. Tuesday, all day @ ligne-roset.com. Use code ANN18 at checkout.
100 Years of Design Graduate Education
It’s 2018, and for the University of Minnesota, it’s an important year: The College of Design celebrates 100 years of design graduate education. The weekend-long extravaganza includes three event-packed days rounded out with a research symposium, panelists, exhibitions, tours, presentations, a celebration, and more. Thursday, 12:30 p.m., Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. @ University of Minnesota, College of Design, McNeal Hall, 1985 Buford Ave., St. Paul. For a full schedule go to design.umn.edu.
Rose & Loon
It’s the first of its kind, and Rosedale Center takes home the bragging rights. Rose and Loon, a new, experiential retail shop and multi-brand store boasts hand-selected and carefully curated goods made by the Midwest’s very own. Artisan makers and local brands include Hennepin Made, Lucid Wood, West Grove Design, and Excelsior Candle Co. Friday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. @ Von Maur Court Upper Level, Rosedale Center, 1595 Highway 36 W., Roseville, roseandloon.com
Reveal and Conceal: Encaustic Paintings and Sculpture
Encaustic is gaining momentum and making moves and Minneapolis’ Kolman & Pryor Gallery is ahead of the curve. The new gallery, curated by artist Jodi Reeb, showcases the work of four national encaustic artists: Helen Dannelly, Jeffrey Hirst, Julie Snidle, and Reeb herself. Encaustic is an art medium—a really neat one, too. Melted beeswax and colorful pigments are combined to create hot wax paintings and sculptures. Saturday, noon to 4 p.m. @ Northrup King Building #394, 1500 Jackson St. N.E., kolmanpryorgallery.com