As the orchestra lockout continues, it’s creating a back log of grant money intended for projects that have been stalled.
A look at the top art stories from the week.
About one hundred students, faculty and alumni gathered on Summit Avenue in Saint Paul this evening to show support for a plan to keep the College of Visual Arts open.
A photograph of John Unger and his dog Schoep inspired an outpouring of generosity. Those funds are now helping other sick dogs to get help and find new homes.
The former mayor’s generation built the Ordway; now, he says, the next generation will step up.
Hundreds of Minnesotans will congregate at the state capitol tomorrow; here’s what they’ll be talking about.
According to a new report that examines arts jobs, consumer spending and revenue of arts organizations, Minneapolis’ arts economy stands at close to five times national average.
The platform provider for Give to the Max Day is increasing its transaction fees from 2.9% to 4.9% starting April 1. GiveMN is unaffected by the rate increase – for now.
The proposal contains several provisos, but if accepted would allow the SPCO to resume its season.
Save Our SPCO today proposed raising three-quarters of a million dollars a year to maintain the chamber orchestra at 34 players.