Wojahn Directs Music Video 

In the wake of the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri,  Mark Wojahn sought out local MN rapper Muja Messiah to direct a video for his song, "It Goes Down". The song is off his new album, "God Kissed It, the Devil Missed it".  "It Goes Down" addresses Police Brutality in Minnesota. Wojahn thought it was important to bring some more attention this issue on a local level. Teaming up with Wojahn to create this video was Director of Photgraphy, David Schnack, editor Cathy Kostova, Make up was done by Deanna Johnson, Art Dept by Jeff "Tex" Schell and kraft service by Dawn Ulrich. The video was produced by Wojahn and Jon Jon Scott.  THe video was recognized by City Pages as one of the MN videos of the week, here is a link

THe video premiered on World Star Hip Hop and currently has thousands of views. Wojahn says , "This video is an example of my political activism and how I like to inteact with the community. Art doesn't always have to be on the gallery walls. It exists everywhere and in many forms. This month, the art I made was a collaboration with musicians and a film crew".

We hope you can check out this video on the many places it has been posted or here on Wojahn's Youtube channel; 


"Getting Lost" plays Driftless Film Fest

Mark Wojahn's film, "Getting Lost" will be playing this Sunday, 11/9/14 at the Driftless Film Fest in Wisconsin!

This is a great little festival in a charming artist town, Mark will be at the screening to take questions after the screening. For tickets and more info please go to: Driftless Film Fest

 James Bakkom painting in his studio. 


Wojahn debuts new series at 801 Gallery

801 Washington Lofts

Saturday, February 22nd, from 6pm to 9pm. 

  Alla Nazimova, Silver Nitrate Series, 18x24", 2014 Price $450.00

Mark Wojahn presents 9 new photo paintings that explore portraits and film stills

from the silent film era.The title of the work, ‘Silver Nitrate’ refers to the fragile film

stock that was used in silent films. The film itself was very flammable and decayed

after a short time.The antique process Wojahn uses in the paint finishes is a nod or

compliment if you will,to the natural decay of the film but also how many of these

gods of their time have now faded into obscurity. 


801 Washington Lofts presents art openings three times a year in their Art at 801

Gallery.The three-story atrium and public space at 801 Washington Avenue North

in The North Loop Neighborhood is a gallery to local and national artists.

Join us for bites, beverages, wine from North Loop Wine & Spirits, Music by
DJ Ryan Simatic  & an evening of art by these fine artists: For future shows at
Art at 801 Gallery please sign up at:



Mark Wojahn will host a resptrospective screening of his film work at the 2014 Art-A-Whirl. In addition to his films,  there will be a special short film showcase with films by Michael Thomsen, "Cento", and Michael Rivard, "Scott Seekins" on Friday night at 8pm. The directors will be present and local art star Scott Seekins will be in attendence. Saturday's premium event will be a Casket Cinema premiere of "Tattoo Nation" by Eric Schwartz on Saturday at 8pm. Local tattooists will be in house for a special Q&A afterwards. 

This event has been highlighted in the online magazine 

 go to this link to see the write up. 

The address is 681 17th Ave NE#145 Mpls,MN

To RSVP please go to this Facebook event link



Wojahn's New Film to Premiere at MSPIFF 2014

Mark Wojahn's new film, "Liz Miller"will have its premiere at the MSPIFF on April 14th, 7pm at St. Anthony Main.  It is included in SHORTS 8: The Artist WithinThis is a prestigiously juried program by legendary Minnesota producer and director Craig Rice.  Liz Miller will play for a second show on April 19th at 4pm as one of films in SHORTS 11: Forecast Public Art/IFP in the Best Buy theatre in Northrop Auditorium. 

Liz Miller is documentary short of 6 minutes in length and follows the award winning MN installation artist as she builds her first piece of public art for Art prize Grand Rapids. In a quest to not repeat himself, the filmmaker, Wojahn decided make this a silent film. He focused the camera on the artist working in her studio. He transformed her words into text and graphics in the frame. The result is a beautiful, poetic and contemplative film. A film Wojahn hopes you can bask in the simple pleasure of watching an artist work. The film soundtrack presents a new score by MN composer Richard Werbowenko and a wonderful edit by Corey Bauer & Channel Z.  

What: new documentary premiere of Liz Miller by the Mark Wojahn. 

Where: the Mpls/St. Paul Intl. Film Fest at St. Anthony Main and at the Best Buy theatre in Northrop Auditorium.

When: April 14th, 7pm at St. Anthony Main, April 19th, 4pm at the Best Buy Theatre at Northrop Auditorium.

Cost: $12, $10 members. Tickets available at the Box Office or online, 

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