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Archives for September 2011
The National Portrait Gallery in London has listed Professor Dona Schwartz as one of the finalists for its annual portrait photography competition.
Closed a year ago for expansion, the Weisman Art Museum is now ready to throw open its doors to the public.
Dana Weiser turned to art as a child in order to cope with racism she experienced. Now that art is helping her to raise her voice, and fight back.
In remaking Puerto Rican standards, saxophonist Miguel Zenon has made an enchanting album of melody and rhythm, a contemporary vision of Puerto Rico in New York.
Minnesota Opera’s ‘Cosi fan tutte’ gets high praise from three critics.
This week’s hounds sing the praises of puppet portrayals of “Pinocchio” in Plainview, a Nobel Prize winning Irish poet who’s visiting Minnesota, and a newly expanded architectural gem that was Frank Gehry’s first foray into museum design.
The Twin Cities musician stops by NPR HQ for a “tiny desk concert.”
Our colleagues over at Classical MPR have brought back their music appreciation and discussion series “Learning to Listen,” and are kicking of the 2011-2012 season with a conversation about Symphonies.
A new Twin Cities-made documentary called “Of Dolls and Murder” reveals how a set of dollhouses has helped investigators solve untimely deaths.