Lee Zimmerman paints on silk at live events, working on one side while an audience watches the colors bleed through on the other.
Archives for January 2010
Michael Haneke’s latest film is deeply unsettling – and satisfying
In an era when artists are experimenting complex multi-media pieces, Megan Vossler creates other worlds with just pencil and paper.
This week the hounds hunt down a hip-hoppy dance showcase, food-oriented cinema in Winona, and a glammy multi-band charity concert.
An art sled rally, a soup cook-off, and a burlesque festival are just a few of the treats on offer this weekend.
A celebration about the Twin Cities literary scene provides a lively debate on the future of the book.
Critically acclaimed novelist learns some things are best written about out of the public eye.
Poet Eireann Lorsung celebrates the art in everyday things.
The James J. Hill Research Library presents a series of black and white images by landscape photographer Clyde Butcher.
Singers sing, comedians tell jokes, painters paint – all to raise money for crisis relief in Haiti.