Carlyle Brown’s new one-man-show explores the limits of a young man’s sanity as he attempts to dodge the draft for Vietnam.
Archives for August 2010
A rich surreal film pays homage to the art of beautifully designed architecture.
Museum curators in more than 20 countries are making themselves available to answer your questions via Twitter this Wednesday.
Mark Conway’s new collection of poetry wrestles with death and what remains in its wake.
Chanhassen Dinner Theatres stages a flash mob tribute to Elvis at the Mall of America.
The Great Minnesota Get-Together is underway, but there’s plenty of other art out there for your consideration.
Photographer Gina Dabrowski takes pictures where most people don’t like to look.
This week’s hounds hunt down a fashion photographer who travels back in time, top-notch Middle Eastern dance from Minneapolis, and a bicycle built for music and cinema.
Rocco Landesman says arts organizations need to talk up their economic importance.
An exhibition of artwork by Iraqis and Americans provokes dialogue in Minneapolis.