This week, a multi-generational perspective on the Chinese immigrant experience, a new venue that’s enlivening the Duluth art scene, and a networking party for part time musicians.
Archives for May 2013
Meanwhile lock out forces Minnesota Chorale to cut staff hours.
Sybil Kempson appointed playwright in residence at Playwrights Center
A Minnesota man recently released what appears to be the first vinyl record put out by a Hmong-American musician.
As the orchestra lockout continues, it’s creating a back log of grant money intended for projects that have been stalled.
The hounds are on the trail of a literary party that coaxes confessions out of revelers, a twisted, fantastical piece of theater and introspective bedroom pop.
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts acquires a 16th century bust of St. John the Baptist and a 20th century bust of Beethoven.
The former leader of the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra was named president and managing director this afternoon.
Despite being cut from the Vikings, Kluwe appeared to be having a good time last night on stage at the Minnesota Fringe Festival’s annual fundraiser.
A look at the top art stories from the week.