Artist Eve Beglarian is paddling, biking and hiking along the Mississippi River in search of musical inspiration.
Archives for August 2009
Max Rabbitat is 14 feet tall, weighs 4,000 pounds, and has hub caps for eyes.
Typeface enthusiasts around the world are in an uproar over Ikea’s new look.
Minnesota artist Roxanne Jackson is interested in the blurry line between human and animal behavior.
Critic Elizabeth Kolbert argues people attempting “going green” stunts should step back and look at the bigger picture. But maybe the picture is too big.
Let’s look beyond the mini-donuts and buckets-o-fries and on to some other cultural goodies that await.
A man on a treadmill, weilding a paintbrush, with a message for everyone.
It’s called Replacement Press and it aims to discover the voices of a new generation.
An exhibit this fall titled “Hungry Planet” looks at what different cultures eat, how much it costs, and where it comes from.
Michael Kaiser, President of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, spoke this morning to a group of arts leaders at the Ordway in St. Paul. His message? Don’t panic.