Potter Alex Wilson and Minneapolis Institute of Arts Curator Jennifer Komar Olivarez shed light on the ceramics legacy of Red Wing, Minnesota.
Archives for August 2011
Kathryn Kysar’s book of poetry “Pretend the World” is the inspiration for an exhibition of art at Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts.
Larry Millett tells the fascinating stories behind 90 mansions and estates in his latest book ‘Once there were Castles.’
This Sunday the Southern Theater premieres a new film that distills all twelve days of Great Minnesota Get-Together into just 25 minutes.
See an operetta in a community garden, or a play in a neighbor’s garage.
Improvements include the addition of high-definition digital projectors, a redesign of the cinema’s acoustics, and new seats.
A classic American musical, a live silent film score from a Minneapolis chamber folk group and a group of visual artists interpreting a poem, have all captured the hounds’ attention this week.
MNopedia will offer multimedia entries about significant people, places, events and things in Minnesota history.
The author of the popular ‘Magicians’ series talks about repairing the rift between the fantasy genre and adult literature.
Kling will create original productions for the Fitzgerald stage, share commentaries on MPR and conduct storytelling workshops in St. Paul and Duluth.