Jane Minton was fired earlier this month from her position as Executive Director of IFP Minnesota after serving the Minnesota film and photography community for 25 years. Now she’s telling her side of the story.
Archives for August 2012
‘Scuttled’ is a sculpture of a 15-foot sailboat made of trash pulled from the Mississippi and Minnesota rivers.
Minnesota’s two premier orchestras are facing tough financial dilemmas this fall; here’s your chance to get ahead on what’s expected to be a heated debate.
On the very same day as the opening of the Minnesota State Fair, the first trailer for a new movie called “Butter” is released. Coincidence? You decide…
Earlier this week two theater critics suggested it was time for the Minnesota Fringe Festival to curate its shows. Fringe Director Robin Gillette says that won’t be happening anytime soon.
This week’s hounds recommend a festival dedicated to far northwest Minnesota’s cultural heritage, a South Korean video artist exploring the recesses of inner city Seoul, and a theatrical alternative to kids’ Saturday morning cartoon rituals.
Kat Eldred, a founding board member of the Superior Council for the Arts, will take the helm.
Feeling a little lackluster as you head into the weekend? Never fear! Here are a few options that will get you moving.
The Guthrie Theater and the Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul are partnering in a new series of film screenings with a theatrical bent.
Greenberg was 44; cause of death is still unknown.