The St. John’s Bible was written and drawn entirely by hand by a team of professional scribes and artists over the course of 15 years.
A public art project in Door County, Wisconsin is adorning farm buildings with quilt squares.
This week’s hounds can’t resist a Latino art show inspired by miracles, an art crawl the Longfellow neighborhood way–from home to home, and an attempt to scale the theatrical heights of Hamlet for the first time.
Potter Alex Wilson and Minneapolis Institute of Arts Curator Jennifer Komar Olivarez shed light on the ceramics legacy of Red Wing, Minnesota.
The NCC’s Deputy Director of Programs will replace longtime director Emily Galusha.
Painter Jane Elias uses art to vivify her community
An educational video from the 1960s documents the ‘people who make the pen mightier than the sword.’
Chicagoans “TJ and Dave” are one of the many groups that will be here for this weekend’s Twin Cities Improv Fest A festival of improvisational comedy Twin Cities style, American woodturners uniting in St. Paul, and two dance companies preparing a feast of movement are on the hounds’ agenda this week. (Want to be an Read more →
The prize, presented by the Minnesota Center for Book Arts, recognizes exceptional work by book artists from all over the globe.
Peace Fibres explores weaving around the world, and finds deep connections.