Pullman has been involved in the book arts for 30 years, and is known for her skill with binding books, making paper and conserving old editions.
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.
This week’s hounds guide us to an interactive poetry reading, vibrant 3-D art in Fergus Falls and a horn saturated Afro-Latin band from Ottawa, Canada.
An interesting thread organically emerged in this week’s installment. All the hounds’ submissions are connected by a cult theme; a cultish musician, cults as phenomenons, and the cult of Minnesota’s personality.
A new photography exhibit in St. Paul showcases the Hmong-American experience through the eyes of someone who, as a child, often felt smothered by her Hmong culture.
In Minneapolis, today is ‘Suzy Greenberg Day’ thanks to a proclamation by Mayor R.T. Rybak.
This week’s hounds put their stamp of approval on a haunting singer-songwriter from the Northwest, a fiber artist whose oversized pieces are as detailed as photographs, and giant bird houses that books fly in and out of.
Greenberg was 44; cause of death is still unknown.
The artist is using a gallery show to help him on his quest while he challenges our notions of what art can and should be.
Does the weekend ahead look pretty tame? Here are four ways to add a little zing.