The founder of Ragamala Dance is enjoying an exceptional run of accolades and recognition.
Archives for July 2012
This week’s hounds are pointing us in the direction of an artist whose works emit light, a traveling Twin Cities reading series and a rock supergroup in love with our national pastime.
Interim leader at MnOpera gets the job for real
Luverne Siefert is almost half way through the Cherry Orchard tours of historic houses around Minnesota. He reports it’s hot – but satisfying
On the hounds radar this week…a photographer and a songwriter who each create a powerful intimacy with their own self-inspection, and a celebrated Minneapolis choreographer whose new piece is devoted to human patterns, in what we see, hear, touch and how we behave.
Why is an improv group that riffs on public policy taking up residence in an art museum?
MIA curator Tom Rassieur believes Rembrandt’s ‘Lucretia’ was not just a master portrait of a pivotal woman in Roman history, but also his tribute to a lost love.
Musician contract negotiations have been underway for seven months now, but opinions differ on what progress, is any, has been made.
Critics say while the jokes may be old, they still get the laughs.
Museums such as the Minneapolis Institute of Arts are often forced to decline gifts of art if they can’t determine whether the item was legally put on the market.