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Wanda Gag at the Tweed

Wanda Gag’s graphic art is distinguished by its use of dramatic shadows and highlights, as well as its sinuous, flowing shapes and lines...

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Wanda Gag's Millions of Cats

This week about eighty 2nd grade students from Lowell school in Duluth visited the Tweed to see the Wanda Gag show. Our Art Ed students, Lydia, Andy, and Aily tested some simple drawing and animation lessons with these school children. It went well!

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millions of cats by millions of kids

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Read more on Lydia's blog...
http://blog.lib.umn.edu/kepul003/digital/tweed_museum_of_art/

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Andy at the sand table

More about Wanda Gag on the Tweed website:
http://www.d.umn.edu/tma/exhibitions/gag.html