YAI says it has ‘too critically low a number of people running the organization, and we can no longer carry the weight of the company on our own.”
Archives for October 2011
Sometimes the best art happens when you leave your comfort zone.
The hounds’ curiosity leads them to experimental music from a composer who values silence, a signature Minneapolis ballet company performing in the theater it helped re-furbish, and an exhibition about the unsung women in Minnesota graphic design.
Proposed plans for updating Peavey Plaza include replacing the current fountain in order to save water.
Dylan’s artwork, now on display at the Gogosian Gallery in New York, were billed as ‘”paintings from life’ when really they should have been billed as ‘paintings from Life magazine.’
Gehry says concerns over his massive memorial are “mostly fair.”
On his latest recording, What’s It All About, jazz guitarist Pat Metheny performs classic pop songs from the 1960s and 70s on solo guitar in his distinctive voice and style.
While architects and preservationists are concerned about the iconic plaza’s future, city administration says the process has been open and appropriate.
A group including the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota and the National Trust for Historic Preservation is protesting a lack of transparency in the Minneapolis plaza’s redesign process.
Brian Selznick interweaves two stories of deaf children – one told with words, the other told in pictures.