The Making Known

Center for Art and Dance Flaten Museum

The Making Known is a solo exhibition of Benny Nemer's work responding to St. Olaf College's Tetlie Collection of WWII Propaganda Posters.

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Selections from the Tetlie Collection of WWII Propaganda Posters

Center for Art and Dance Flaten Museum

Throughout World War II the Nazis saturated German-occupied Europe with posters meant to manipulate the traditions, anxieties, and political divisions of defeated countries to serve the Nazi agenda of pacification, persuasion, and terror. Following the liberation of Europe, General Dwight Eisenhower assigned historian Duncan Emrich to collect posters as evidence of Nazi oppression. These very […]

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The Making Known Opening Reception

Center for Art and Dance Flaten Museum

All are welcome for an opening reception celebrating the concurrent exhibitions The Making Known and Selections from the Tetlie Collection of WWII Propaganda Posters.

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Responses to The Making Known Exhibition with Rev. Heidi Neumark

Center for Art and Dance Flaten Museum

Rev. Neumark and a representative from the Jewish Community Relations Council will lead a tour of The Making Known, an exhibition in the Flaten Art Museum that attends to the ethical questions that arise from the Tetlie Collection of World War II Propaganda Posters, co-presented by the Lutheran Center for Faith, Values and Community and the Flaten Art Museum.

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Inherent Vice: Ethical and Technical Considerations in Conservation

Buntrock Commons Viking Theater

A lecture from Dianna Clise, Paper Conservator at Midwest Art Conservation Center, discussing the ethical and technical considerations in conservation, arising from the treatment of the Tetlie Collection of WWII Propaganda Posters for the exhibitions Selections from the Tetlie Collection of WWII Propaganda Posters and The Making Known. Live streaming available here.

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Regan Golden: Grow Closer Opening Reception

Center for Art and Dance Flaten Museum

An opening reception for the Flaten Art Museum's fall exhibition, Grow Closer, featuring new work from Minneapolis-based collage artist Regan Golden.

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Regan Golden Artist Talk

Center for Art and Dance Flaten Museum

An artist talk from Minneapolis-based collage artist Regan Golden, who is exhibiting in the Flaten Art Museum this fall semester.

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