What is a masterpiece? The Louvre lets us ponder the question while looking at both authentic art and masterful fakes.
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Hennepin County Library hosts the ultimate literary debate.
If Art Hounds didn’t offer you enough, here’s a bunch more events to sample this weekend
This week’s Art Hounds are on the trail of an Othello two-fer, a silent film character who inspired the caped crusader and a lo-fi Ohio band.
The American Craft Council meets in Minneapolis just as PBS airs a five part series on Craft in America.
Artists and neighborhoods looking to create public art have some hurdles to jump. Here are a few tips.
A design team from the University of Minnesota has built a solar-powered house, and is hoping to win an award for it.
Richard Saja takes traditional toile fabric and superimposes his own quirky sense of humor.
The Minnesota Orchestra’s new Pops conductor looks to the future
Tonight theater groups across the country will stage performances of “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later” to raise awareness of hate crimes and their impact on a community.