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2015 Stories by Camille LeFevre

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  • The Meds I'm On

    published May 13, 2015

    According to a variety of sources, Americans have never been more medicated via prescription (and illegal) drugs. What does this tell us about our... More >>

  • Erin Sayer: The Tom Robbins Series

    published May 6, 2015

    Painter and muralist Erin Sayer, who also runs Cult Status Gallery, has long been intrigued by author Tom Robbins. He's a writer known for his... More >>

  • Design Cycles: A Bike Show

    published May 6, 2015

    Biking here is on the rise. The Twin Cities have not only created a nationally recognized bicycling infrastructure, and are among the top 10... More >>

  • Every Other

    published May 6, 2015

    Aniccha Arts (the first word is Pali for "permanence of change") continues to pop up in the most unexpected places. The performance group, which... More >>

  • LONGING: A Public Art Installation by Dream the Combine

    published May 6, 2015

    Not every architecture firm has a length of skyway pedestrian bridge hanging about, in need of a new home. But CITYDESKSTUDIO does. Or did. After... More >>

  • Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art

    published May 6, 2015

    Rirkrit Tiravanija put it on our radar with gallery cooking sessions. Seitu Jones continued it this summer with his mile-long community meal,... More >>

  • Eifman Ballet

    published April 29, 2015

    No balletomane is neutral about the work of the Siberian-born Boris Eifman. Either you're enamored — or even skeptically entertained —... More >>

  • Art-Inspired Music Project

    published April 29, 2015

    The second edition of this project, curated by William G. Franklin and Elizabeth Black, showcases musical responses created by students and... More >>

  • All That Glitters

    published April 29, 2015

    Through his singular sensibility, painter Nicholas Harper has recast many Twin Cities artists — via charcoal, pastel, oil, acrylic, and gold... More >>

  • Cameron Zebrun: Restless World

    published April 29, 2015

    Cameron Zebrun's collages and sculptures have a kinetic quality, their bucolic imagery seemingly surrounded by the angles of a rapidly closing... More >>

  • Cinco de Mayhem

    published April 29, 2015

    This Saturday CO Exhibitions hosts its annual celebration, now in its third year, in which kids ages 3 to 93 are invited to decimate... More >>

  • 20th Anniversary Open Studios

    published April 29, 2015

    Another annual rite of spring is upon us: Traffic Zone's seasonal open studios event. This one is historic, as it's been 20 years since Artspace... More >>

  • Noah Harmon

    published April 29, 2015

    Noah Harmon's whimsical yet trenchant paintings, drawings, and "conglomos," a.k.a. pieces tightly packed with characters, will liven up the walls... More >>

  • Crime and Punishment

    published April 29, 2015

    You're asked to wear comfortable shoes, and required to wear a plastic mask. The performers might touch you, but you can't reciprocate. Welcome to... More >>

  • what i want now i will want later

    published April 22, 2015

    Billed as an amalgam of performance art, video installation, fight club, music event, and act of worship, Annie Enneking and Samantha Johns's... More >>

  • Modern Spirit: The Art of George Morrison

    published April 22, 2015

    This comprehensive retrospective, the first to focus on George Morrison as a Native American modernist, has been touring the country and finally... More >>

  • Painted Books by Julie Baugnet

    published April 15, 2015

    A longtime Twin Cities artist, as well as a design professor at St. Cloud State University, Julie Baugnet is a painter with a resonant aesthetic... More >>

  • Nature 3.x Where Is Nature Now?

    published April 15, 2015

    Works Progress Studio's "Water Bar," which has been traveling throughout the U.S., is one of the featured exhibitions in this symposium organized... More >>

  • Louise Erdrich: Asynchronous Reading

    published April 15, 2015

    March has been quite a month for prolific Minneapolis author Louise Erdrich. The nationally lauded novelist and poet received both the American... More >>

  • In Which _______ and Others Discover The End

    published April 8, 2015

    "In Which" is a multidisciplinary extravaganza composed of collaborators SuperGroup (a dance/theater company), experimental playwright Rachel... More >>

  • Random Walks and Chance Encounters

    published April 8, 2015

    On Thursday, the MMAA Project Space becomes an alchemist's art studio for the incomparable Harriet Bart — whose book- and text-related... More >>

  • Design = Love

    published March 25, 2015

    Contemporary art and design is the purview of the Denler Art Gallery at the University of Northwestern, which has a small yet vital art program.... More >>

  • Entwined: New Prints by Julie Buffalohead

    published March 25, 2015

    Hot on the heels of her compelling retrospective, now showing at the MMAA's Project Space in St. Paul, is an exhibition of prints by Julie... More >>

  • A Night of Social Wonder: Designing for a Better Tomorrow

    published March 18, 2015

    Instigated in part by the museum's current exhibition, "Nobel Creations: Inspired by the Nobel Prize," this panel discussion further investigates... More >>

  • Reverberations

    published March 18, 2015

    The sudden closure of the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul in 2013 caused significant reverberations throughout the arts community, its loss... More >>

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