American Integrity entering Duluth

Makinaw Entering Duluth Port

Edwin H. Gott

Photo by Diane Hilden


On behalf of the Superior Council for the Arts, I am forwarding  information about – and including an invitation to become a sponsor for – an upcoming art exhibit that will feature a collection of maritime artwork by the Twin Ports’ very own Great Lakes Captain Dennis Aho.   

If you know Dennis, you know that for as long as he’s sailed the Great Lakes, he has carried and filled dozens of sketch pads with drawings of ships and ports. Finally, a collection of his work, entitled “Close Quarters: Open Waters,”  will be on display at the North End Arts Gallery (Red Mug Corner) in Superior, Sept. 27 – Nov. 29

An Artist’s opening reception and storytelling is set for Friday Sept. 26, from 5-7 pm

And the Council wanted you to know that there are still SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES available!  A “Framing the Artwork” sponsorship at  $500 would be of particular benefit to help cover the costs of matting, glazing and framing … but donations of all sizes are appreciated. Experienced Arts Council volunteers will help do the actual work of framing.  Superior Council for the Arts will include Show Sponsors’ names and logos in all print promotional materials – including posters and programs, leaflets and visitor handouts, plus in ads in regional and local calendar listings. The Council will incorporate names/logos and links to sponsors’ websites on the Council’s website, on all Facebook postings and on e-blasts and regional email listings.

Presented by the Superior Council for the Arts.  Please direct any sponsorship questions to: Patricia Lenz @ the Council office (715) 392-6007.

North End Arts Gallery, Red Mug Corner

1323 Broadway, Superior, WI.  5488O   715 392-6007






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