Ceramic artist Kimberlee Roth is taking a whole new approach to plates and bowls, turning them into artistic sculptures that can live on the wall or on the table.
Archives for December 2012
Graywolf plans to bring Franco to Minneapolis for a book launch event in the spring of 2014.
Mrozinski’s message of love and harmony wasn’t enough to earn him the most audience votes.
Nicholas David – a.k.a. Nick Mrozinski of Eagan – made his last bid for audience votes tonight on the vocal competition show.
Annual report contains good news for the Minneapolis flagship theater.
“Orchestrate Excellence” wants to provide a “neutral space” to jump-start talks between musician and management
Pullman has been involved in the book arts for 30 years, and is known for her skill with binding books, making paper and conserving old editions.
Ballet Minnesota’s dancers are impressive to watch on stage, but just as impressive is the work of the seamstresses who ensure their costumes ready.
The hounds have great enthusiasm for an arts instigator in Minneapolis who’s opened a gallery, a saucy, salacious take on a standard fairy tale, and an opera designed to be an alternative to the nutcracker.
If the holidays to you mean ‘Nutcracker’ – never fear: the Twin Cities offer several performances that will have you dreaming of sugar plum fairies.