What do you do when you need to raise money to fix a hole in the floor? You throw a “Hole-a-thon” of course.
Archives for May 2010
A very rare and important map, recently purchased by the James Ford Bell Library at the University of Minnesota, is now on view to the public at the MIA.
Sir Ken Robinson compares the state of today’s education to the environmental crisis – he calls it a crisis of human resources.
MPR’s open house on Sunday featured “live action painting,” music and art cars!
Laressa Dickey remembers her childhood on a Tennessee tobacco farm.
Why do some theater’s spell their name “Theater” and others “Theatre?” And why did the Guthrie change from one spelling to another?
Metropolitan State University is renaming its Third Floor Gallery to “The Gordon Parks Gallery” and is marking the even with an exhibition.
The new season includes a puppetry series, two world premiere orchestral works and a month-long dance “living installation.”
The ten most endangered Minnesota buildings this year include a Roseville Dairy Queen, a Long Prairie courthouse, a Princeton railway depot, and an entire neighborhood in St. Cloud.
The Walker Art Center is cutting its operating budget by 8 percent in the coming fiscal year (from $19.1 million to $17.6 million) and eliminating nine positions. The Walker says the cutbacks are due to the recession’s impact on the museum’s endowment, earned income and charitable contributions, which are flat or in decline. The Walker Read more →