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'A Night of Steampunk' at the Depot

The Historic Depot Train Museum was the backdrop for A Night of Steampunk, presented by The Duluth Art Institute on Thursday, May 17. Steampunk visual art designs have no set guidelines, but tend to synthesize modern styles influenced by science ...

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Paul Broman models designer Richard Rosvall's creation. (Photo by Emily Rose)

The Historic Depot Train Museum was the backdrop for A Night of Steampunk, presented by The Duluth Art Institute on Thursday, May 17.

Steampunk visual art designs have no set guidelines, but tend to synthesize modern styles influenced by science fiction, fantasy, and the Victorian era.

The event featured a fashion show and other Steampunk-related visual arts, and was interactive, with spectators encouraged to not only explore the Steampunk creations by local artists, but to also participate in "setting the scene" of this event through dressing in full costume.

The night was a collaboration of local artists, fashion designers and artists, hair- and makeup artists, models and photographers with music and a fire dancing performance.

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