This week, three Sallys explore the relationship between Native Americans and jazz, a new musical about the autumn years, and a print artist jamboree in Minneapolis. (Want to be an Art Hound? Sign up!) The last time Groveland Gallery director Sally Johnson went to Highpoint Center for Printmaking’s annual “Open Portfolio” event, she felt “like Read more →
The Art Hounds are here this week to whet your appetite with a puppet production that will make you think, an exhibit that showcases inventive printmakers, and a vocal group specializing in ancient harmonies.
This week’s hounds chase down a classical guitarist extraordinaire, some Minnesota art profs with incredible printmaking chops, and a play about the richest of Jane Austen’s heroines.
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.
Artist Joe Heffron’s work in colored pencil features a red rooster as its centerpiece, surrounded by other iconic elements of the Great Minnesota Get-Together.
Richard and Judith Lang say they don’t comb the beach, they curate it.
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts presents an impressive collection of woodblock prints that continue to inspire contemporary artists.
This week, three Scotts and a Carol show us what it means to be a St. Cloud artist, introduce to us a new band with a warm sound perfect for winter, and a performance series that pushes all sorts of boundaries.
A collector of his prints says she’s found allusions to centuries-old scandals hidden in his detailed engravings.
How local artist Adam Turman handled another guy plagiarizing his work.