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2014 Stories by Camille LeFevre

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  • Midwest? The Past, Present, and Future of Minnesota's Identity

    published November 19, 2014

    Aren't we over it yet? We're talking about that inferiority complex Minnesotans seem to historically have about not being on either coast, about... More >>

  • TU Dance

    published November 19, 2014

    For many of its first 11 years, TU Dance exclusively showcased the choreography of co-founder and choreographer Uri Sands. Slowly but surely,... More >>

  • Margam: A solo evening of Bharatanatyam

    published November 5, 2014

    In 2013 Ranee Ramaswamy, the founder and co-director of Ragamala Dance, received a 2013 MSAB Folk and Traditional Arts grant to further develop... More >>

  • This Middle Place

    published November 5, 2014

    Local flautist and composer Julie Johnson has collaborated with dancers and theater makers in recent years, producing multidisciplinary work that... More >>

  • Wanderlust

    published October 22, 2014

    The Weisman Art Museum is inviting viewers to peruse its fall exhibitions, with several enticements designed to satisfy autumnal wanderlust.... More >>

  • Prince '77 and Polaroid After-Bar Parties '81-82: Historic Photographs by Robert Whitman

    published October 22, 2014

    Prince has been all over the airwaves lately. This summer was the 30th anniversary of Purple Rain, and most recently he's been in the media... More >>

  • Cakewalk

    published October 8, 2014

    Using nontraditional printmaking methods that include hand-cut stencils and a Japanese Gocco printmaking toy, Amy Rice creates delicate,... More >>

  • Mercury

    published October 8, 2014

    What a fitting title for Shelly Mosman's pop-up exhibition. Like the silver, slippery, mutable substance used in the 1800s in developing... More >>

  • Boundary Conditions: Tara Costello and Bob Roscoe

    published October 1, 2014

    Tara Costello trowels Venetian plaster onto masonite panels to create her tactile abstractions: stripes, planes, and angles juxtaposed with... More >>

  • The Black Moon: New Works by Kate Iverson

    published October 1, 2014

    Is there anything Kate Iverson can't do? Her creativity — not to mention her digital and design savvy — seemingly knows no bounds. So... More >>

  • Scaffold Room

    published September 24, 2014

    Minneapolis native Ralph Lemon began his artistic trajectory as a dancer and choreographer. He performed with the Nancy Hauser Company, then... More >>

  • Carl Bretzke, David Cunningham

    published September 24, 2014

    Two Twin Cities masters of sumptuous representational painting fill the Douglas Flanders & Associates' gallery with compelling, atmospheric work... More >>

  • Overturf + Van Gieson: In Search Of…

    published September 17, 2014

    Public Functionary advances its 2014 theme, the expression of narrative in contemporary art, with an immersive exhibition generated by two... More >>

  • The Automatic Message

    published September 17, 2014

    In the best abstract art, the personal is universal, the abstraction an archetype, and simplicity a statement of complexity. How the... More >>

  • Test Pilot

    published September 10, 2014

    Penelope Freeh continues her marvelous adventures in creative exploration with a new dance opera created in concert with composer Jocelyn Hagen.... More >>

  • Seize

    published September 10, 2014

    A five-week stay in French Polynesia inspired Melissa Loop's new paintings. They're lush, elegant works in which the smells, textures, and... More >>

  • WITHIN

    published September 3, 2014

    Open Systems Technology continues its innovative Arts Leadership Program for emerging artists with a new exhibition of work by two budding... More >>

  • Alexa Horochowski: Club Disminución

    published September 3, 2014

    The Soap Factory turns 25 this year. To celebrate, one of the gallery's regulars, Argentina native Alexa Horochowski, returns with a major... More >>

  • Greenway Bike-in-Movie

    published August 20, 2014

    For four years, AIGA Minnesota has offered a free movie on the Midtown Greenway, sponsored by its Sustainable Design Committee. This year the film... More >>

  • What Was the Question

    published August 20, 2014

    This group exhibition of New York-based artists Joshua Abelow, Sadie Laska, MacGregor Harp, and Adrianne Rubenstein brings a batch of renegade... More >>

  • From There to Here

    published August 20, 2014

    If you've ridden the new Green Line lately, rather than driving to your destination, no doubt you've felt enveloped in and privy to a new sense of... More >>

  • Shawn McNulty, Jack Dale: Chaos Control

    published August 6, 2014

    Two of the Twin Cities' foremost abstractionists, painters Jack Dale and Shawn McNulty, employ a similar methodology in making their work. They... More >>

  • Signature Moves: Perci Chester

    published August 6, 2014

    To walk into Perci Chester's studio is to enter a landscape of towering metal forms, sprawling investigations of shape, whimsical dips into color,... More >>

  • 4 x 4 = 100 Dancing Outside

    published July 9, 2014

    Minneapolis choreographer Laurie Van Wieren is consistently innovative in her methods of gathering artists together to explore space, idea,... More >>

  • Rebecca Krinke, Duane Ditty: Incident

    published July 9, 2014

    Rebecca Krinke often creates work that invites participation and engenders community. And even though we're not allowed onto Incident (after... More >>

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