As schools work to increase student test scores in math, science and reading, arts education is often pushed aside, according to a survey to be released today by the Perpich Center for Arts Education.
The legally blind performer is taking her show ‘Hand in Hand’ to Israel to share her belief in the ‘possibilities of disabilities.’
Tomorrow night TPT will premiere a new, two-part documentary on the role art plays in both developing and healing the human brain.
When the artist suffered permanent nerve damage to his hand, he didn’t let it get in the way of his art. Now he’s more creative than ever.
The GTCYS is conducting a nationwide search for a new artistic director and symphony conductor for the 600-student organization.
Public Theater of Minnesota has been keeping a low profile while building a grassroots following in the west metro presenting summer productions of Shakespeare in Wolfe Park.
U of M theater students perform “The Vampire” on the Minnesota showboat.
This week, the hounds introduce us to a rapper with a mainstream sound but deeply introspective lyrics, an artist who takes us to a beautiful and unsettling future, and a group of a young people playing rarely performed music by a 1960s South African band.
A film about a deaf poet struggling to perform for a hearing audience has been challenging students at Sheridan Arts Magnet School in Minneapolis to give voice to their own poetry.
The 2012-2013 season includes performances by New York City Ballet, Joffrey Ballet and Grupo Corpo, among others.