Artist and war veteran Anthony Caponi, creator of Caponi Art Park, remembers his pilgrimage from Italy to America, and his service in the second World War – which put him face to face with friends and relatives in his home town.
Archives for May 2010
Bao Phi’s “Godzilla Sestina” crushes American dreams with its lizard tail and a chorus of fireballs.
A New Jersey painter is offering up her painting as a symbol of solidarity for members of the Tea Party movement.
Johanna Blakley believes the ability to “steal” a design leads to greater creativity and a faster evolution of ideas.
Richfield artist Molly Spilane is making a living selling her art on the rapidly growing website Etsy.com.
The hounds preview a Liberian odyssey on stage, emerging printmakers at Highpoint, and Minnesota’s hip hop Lollapalooza.
The three day weekend features an underground music festival, performance works in progress, and the ever-popular tale of a man molding a woman to perfectly meet his needs.
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts is home to one of the largest Japanese art collections in the country, including a significant suit of armor.
Long time local folk and bluegrass hero Bill Hinkley has died.
A new website allows you to explore and listen to Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra recordings for free.