This week, the emotional pull of puppetry in a Minneapolis garage, a revered Minnesota choreographer’s vision of hell, and the astonishing photographs of Vivian Maier. (Want to be an Art Hound? Sign up!) Minneapolis mosaicist Lisa Arnold explains why the photographs of Vivian Maier, a mid-20th century amateur artist whose voluminous body of work was Read more

This week, romantic show tunes and piano stylings, layers of portraits, and a gut wrenching play about a parent-teacher conference. (Want to be an Art Hound? Sign up!) Minnesota Museum of American Art curator Christina Chang found Anne Labovitz’s exhibition “Layers” to be a refreshing immersion in portraiture art. Christina admires Labovitz’s technique of layering Read more

“Part of this season is what I would call ‘dreams fulfilled,’” said Peter Brosius. The artistic director of the Children’s Theatre Company rarely lacks enthusiasm, but when it comes to announcing the 2014-2015 season he takes things to new levels. This new batch of offerings is the result of years of work, either in the Read more