Writers, musicians, artists and actors are all using their talents to raise money and awareness in the hopes of defeating the marriage amendment in this year’s election.
Archives for September 2012
We’re launching a new series called “Art Heroes,” in which we’re going to profile some of Minnesota’s great artists who have dedicated their work to making the world a better place.
On this week’s edition of Almanac, SPCO President Dobson West and musician Carole Mason Smith will discuss cutting musicians wages and shrinking the size of the orchestra.
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts exhibition was projected to sell 75,000 tickets, but high demand led the museum to offer extended hours in the final days of the show.
Tomorrow night TPT will premiere a new, two-part documentary on the role art plays in both developing and healing the human brain.
‘Buccaneers,’ like ‘Pippi Longstocking’ and ‘A Wrinkle in Time,’ is a big story with a heroic gal at its heart.
The hounds want to bring a play about a horrific assault and its after effects, a soulful American Indian movement artist and some hazy electro-pop to your attention.
Check out this video from the folks at Interact Center for Visual and Performing Arts, highlighting things they hear people say way too often.
Jazz bassist Chris Bates redefines the role of the bass with his new group Red 5. The five-member ensemble plays this weekend at St. Paul’s Artists Quarter.
While a couple of critics say the show has rough edges, all agree it’s an important production that merits seeing.