If you are going to offend someone, do it properly.
Archives for July 2010
This weekend offers you, among other things, steampunk art and high-flying circus acts.
A new sword and sandals epic explores the battle between science and religion
The hounds chase down teen art in Minneapolis that’s making an impression, a sculptural oasis in North Central Minnesota, and a Central Corridor cabaret.
MN Chorale and MacPhail Center for Music are creating a new choir for people 55 and older.
Deborah Foutch’s work is a tribute to glowing afternoons and the landscape she grew up with.
Does our culture give us too many choices?
Interact’s artists may all have disabilities, but that doesn’t show in their art.
The Kresge Foundation awards Intermedia Arts $200,000.
Poet Edith Rylander finds her own form of prayer as she kneels to plant flowers at her mother’s grave.