This week I’m filling in as host of Midday, and every day at 11am we’re taking on a different arts-related topic. I’ll also be joined by a different co-host for each hour.
Archives for January 2012
Including such gems as ‘He never quite finished what he…’
Penumbra Theatre was born out of the Black Arts Movement; now it takes a look back at how the movement has shaped our culture.
Photographer Chris Jordan uses digitally manipulated images to tell the story of our daily consumption.
This week’s hounds are totally engrossed in Minnesota’s visual art scene and share impressions of an emerging artist’s quest for identity in found documents, neighborhood artists who create community on a sledding hill, and a communal art opening at the Duluth Art Institute.
The Loft Literary Center challenges its Twitter followers to write abbreviated memoirs.
Is the Tennessee Williams’ play ‘steamy’ or does it ‘fizzle?’ It depends on which review you read….
Stephanie Curtis and Euan Kerr cast their critical eyes on the 2012 nominations.
Mark Johnson redefines “world music” with his global videos, and in so doing brings people around the world together for a common cause.
The History Theatre jams 365 action packed days into two hours.