Women tired of making yet another sweater are “taking back the knit.”
This week’s hounds have set their sights on a performance series by and about women, a re-discovered collection of beautifully woven Native American bags in Winona, and the co-founder of ‘Afrobeat’ music, who’s playing at the Cedar.
A look at the Minnesota craft scene, and why the American Craft Council has made Minnesota its new home.
We continue our series explaining unusual words and phrases in the arts by looking at the language of ceramics.
A new show at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts features several pieces that explore the world of women and domestic life.
The Northern Clay Center presents two exhibitions of ceramic artists taking their work to new depths – and heights.
We asked our Art Hounds to pick their arts and culture highlights of the year. Here is the first installment:
Minneapolis calligrapher Diane von Arx was chosen to help illuminate the St. John’s bible, a project the Pope has called “a work for eternity.”
Richfield artist Molly Spilane is making a living selling her art on the rapidly growing website Etsy.com.
The Gallery of Wood Art invited woodturners around the world to create imaginative teapots, and the results may convert even the strictest of coffee drinkers.