Minnesota artist Phil Hansen has had to overcome some obstacles in his life. Along the way he realized that those limitations actually helped him to be more creative.
About one hundred students, faculty and alumni gathered on Summit Avenue in Saint Paul this evening to show support for a plan to keep the College of Visual Arts open.
President Ann Ledy, who just last week revealed the school will close on June 30, resigned this evening.
Some students are experiencing heightened stress, while others are feeling a deeply personal sense of loss.
School administrators say CVA is simply no longer able to fill the gap between rising operating costs and students’ ability to pay.
Pullman has been involved in the book arts for 30 years, and is known for her skill with binding books, making paper and conserving old editions.
Ballet Minnesota’s dancers are impressive to watch on stage, but just as impressive is the work of the seamstresses who ensure their costumes ready.
A music program in Cateura, Paraguay boasts an entire orchestra made from recycled trash.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of the late Gordon Parks, a groundbreaking African-American photographer, filmmaker, writer and musician who spent his teen years in St. Paul.
In December Pangea World Theater will launch the first phase of a new institute designed to address lack of training and opportunities, particularly for directors of color and women directors.