Halloween and Pink Floyd dominate the arts news this morning.
Archives for October 2010
An internationally-known artist brings his juxtaposed prints to Highpoint, a play about Alabama slave descendants and their glorious quilts is at Park Square, and top-notch Twin Cities improv artists congregate at the BLB. We’ll let the hounds tell you why they’re excited.
Highpoint’s latest show continues a tradition of introducing international artists to the joys – and challenges – of printmaking.
Political cartoonists have the ability to illuminate serious issues while making you laugh.
The Star Tribune pans the show, while the Pioneer Press deems it “a worthwhile history lesson.”
Technology is allowing museum patrons to explore works of art in completely new ways.
A look at this morning’s arts headlines.
Was the Guthrie its own worst enemy when it came to scheduling the premiere?
New “Legacy” award will honor arts access.
From White Castle to La Belle Vie, Twin Cities art lovers give their recommendations on where you should eat before, during or after a show.