WINONA -- The year kicks off with “Reset 2021,” a one-a-day collection of pandemic photos from Minneapolis photographer Eric Mueller. The exhibit will run from Jan. 7 to May 1, 2022.

Next, “Cloth as Community: Hmong Textiles in America” features Hmong flower cloth (paj ntaub) focusing on refugees’ crossings over the Mekong River to Thailand, then the Pacific Ocean to the U.S from Jan. 28 to May 22.

Minneapolis-based artist Sonja Peterson crafted paper sculptures and installations for “What the Trade Winds Brought,” inspired by animal and human travelers of the world’s waters. The installation runs from May 6 to Sept. 11.

“Impressions of Water: Prints of Cara Ueland 1997-2002” is a collection of colorful pieces inspired by the Boundary Waters, Lake Superior, and Scotland. It’ll be on display May 27-Sept. 25.

Karen Savage-Blue, an Anishinaabe artist and art educator based in Duluth, created surreal paintings called “Laughing Waters,” in the gallery Sept. 16-Dec. 21.

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Finally, “Water Stories: New Works by Anne Labowitz” focuses on art and social justice through large, multimedia installations. It’ll be up Oct. 2 through Jan. 24, 2023.

The MMAM houses American and European artwork themed on water, including pieces by

Claude Monet, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Vincent van Gogh. It is open Tuesdays through Sundays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 800 Riverview Dr., Winona.

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