Even an icon needs a little TLC every once in a while. Early birds walking around the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden this morning witnessed Tim Antilla giving a quick lick of paint to the spoon part of Claes Oldenburg’s iconic Spoonbridge and Cherry. According to our photographer Jennifer Simonson who took these pictures, you had to look quick Read more →
Steve Dietz tells a story about the first Northern Spark. It was three years ago, and as artistic director he was scheduled to say a few words to open the event. The problem was, he didn’t know if anyone would be there to listen to what he said. “We had no idea,” he said. “So I was Read more →
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts acquires a 16th century bust of St. John the Baptist and a 20th century bust of Beethoven.
NCC’s latest show presents four artists who explore themes of fire, water, earth and air.
New works commissioned for the Union Depot will take you on a trip… without ever leaving the station.
We’ve asked our Art Hounds to tell us about their Minnesota arts and culture highlights of 2011. Here are the music and visual art highlights that we didn’t have to get to on air.
Ceramic artist Kimberlee Roth is taking a whole new approach to plates and bowls, turning them into artistic sculptures that can live on the wall or on the table.
Spirit in the House presents a mix of theater, spoken word and art to stimulate a dialogue on forgiveness.
The acclaimed sculptor was working in his studio in the World Trade Center on 9-11-2001; Franconia has recast one of his sculptures and is dedicating it tonight.
When the artist suffered permanent nerve damage to his hand, he didn’t let it get in the way of his art. Now he’s more creative than ever.