On the hounds radar this week…a photographer and a songwriter who each create a powerful intimacy with their own self-inspection, and a celebrated Minneapolis choreographer whose new piece is devoted to human patterns, in what we see, hear, touch and how we behave.
Ann Marsden died last night after a long fight with cervical cancer. She was 55.
Weinstein Gallery offers an intimate look at Parks wide-ranging photographs.
This week’s hounds direct us to a Minneapolis/Brooklyn photographer who develops his own pictures, a 20th century French composer as interpreted by the SPCO, and a play about dysfunctional, impulsive southern passion.
Magnum photographers are making their way to Williston to document the oil boom.
Photographer Klaus Pichler casts an unflinching eye on the food waste of industrial nations.
The hounds have a dark, somber french ballet interpretation of “Snow White,” an art show elevating overlooked matriarchal figures in Islamic religion and culture, and a sad vampire comedian’s stand-up routine on their radar this week.
X-rays of sea creatures are the inspiration for an exhibition at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.
A photography exhibit at the Whittier Gallery in Minneapolis aims to showcase young Somali men who are improving the lives of others in the Twin Cities.
This summer, the Hennepin County Library will be putting authors on its walls, not just on its shelves.