Season features international, national and local performers
A look at the top art stories from the week.
The hounds hunt down an eerie portrait of a mentally ill Irish evangelist, a meditation on the natural world that’s informed by Alaskan Native culture, and a performance piece about being young, black and an unintended father.
The hounds have uncovered an under-appreciated Minnesota composer, a hotshot German artist who’s bringing his internationally renowned paintings to Rochester, and the reason Northfield will be a mecca for contra dance this weekend.
The hounds take you to St. Paul for some unadulterated Sondheim, to Minneapolis in search of the roots of Afro-Brazilian dance, and to Moorhead for some late 19th-century prairie paintings.
The local hip hop dancer takes his inspiration from a variety of sources, including classical music.
We’ve asked our Art Hounds to tell us about their Minnesota arts and culture highlights of 2011. Here is the second on-air installment.
We’ve asked our Art Hounds to tell us about their Minnesota arts and culture highlights of 2011. Here is the first installment.
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.