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    Freshwater Theatre Explores Memory in Two Shows Opening This Weekend

    published Mar 27, 2015

    Freshwater Theatre Company continues its season-long investigation into memory with two shows opening this weekend. Running in repertory, Jenna Zark's If You Don't Weaken follows a woman seeking to mo... More >>

  • Body and Machine: An Exhibition of Kinetic and Interactive Art

    published March 18, 2015

    New arts organization Make It Move, co-founded by Jack Pavlik and Peng Wu, is dedicated to exhibiting and promoting kinetic and interactive arts.... More >>


    Blood and Funding: Experimental Artist Ron Athey Reflects on the Culture Wars

    published Mar 26, 2015

    This weekend, the Walker Art Center, the University of Minnesota, and Patrick's Cabaret are taking a look back at the infamous piece performance artist Ron Athey did at Patrick's Cabaret 21 years ago.... More >>


    Dim Media Collaborates with Angel Hawari at ditch. Gallery

    published Mar 25, 2015

    Multimedia arts group Dim Media opens a new show this Thursday called "Desiderium Vulgaris," which translates from Latin to mean "circumstances of the human condition." The exhibition, presented by di... More >>

  • Yuya Negishi

    published March 18, 2015

    Artist Yuya Negishi, a Japanese transplant who has been based in Minneapolis since 2010, will be featured in a solo show at Metro Gallery (right... More >>


    MIA Gets Literary for Third Thursday

    published Mar 19, 2015

    This April, Minneapolis be inundated with hot-shot writers from all over the country for the Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP) conference. In the meantime, we can ease the anticipation... More >>


    Juxtaposition Arts Features Work by Young Artists Delving into Contemporary Art

    published Mar 18, 2015

    Four young apprentices who are part of the Juxtaposition Arts (JXTA) Contemporary Art Studio, a youth-oriented organization based in north Minneapolis, currently have their work on view in the space's... More >>


    There Are Other Worlds Returns with a Full-Length Production

    published Mar 17, 2015

    This weekend, Free Black Dirt and Intermedia Arts will present There Are Other Worlds, a play written and directed by Junauda Petrus that incorporates aerial arts with hip-hop and jazz music. The piec... More >>

  • The People's Movement Assembly Benefit and Art Show

    published March 11, 2015

    Folks in Minneapolis are gearing up for the US Social Forum this summer. The event will bring together social justice groups to build collective... More >>


    Silverwood Park's Latest Gallery Show Finds Order in Nature

    published Mar 12, 2015

    Two artists are in search of a poetic order at the upcoming show at Silverwood Gallery. While working in very different mediums, artists Keren Kroul and Asako Nakauchi both have a sense of sequencing ... More >>


    Brendan Lauer Is Making 50 Videos Over 50 Weeks

    published Mar 11, 2015

    Since May 2014, Brendan Lauer has been making a new video every single week. No matter what is going on, he diligently posts one every Friday. Some are under a minute long. Others can be up to six min... More >>


    International Women's Day Continues with KFAI Host Quinn Villagomez

    published Mar 09, 2015

    Quinn Villagomez is getting her chance to shine. For KFAI's International Women's Day celebration, which began at midnight last night and lasts 24 hours, she's one of the many hosts chosen to spotligh... More >>


    Wallow in and Wonder at Winter in Burnet Gallery's Latest

    published Mar 06, 2015

    There's not a whole lot of color in "Someone Else's Story," an exhibition featuring four different artists at Burnet Gallery. With desolate landscapes, scribbled text coated in polymer, paper cutout... More >>


    Girl Shorts Returns with More Plays by Women

    published Mar 05, 2015

    Theatre Unbound's Girl Shorts is back, and it's bigger and better than ever. This year's festival of plays by women features efforts from 20% Theatre, Gadfly Theatre Productions, Table Salt Production... More >>

  • Cool Moms Cabaret

    published February 25, 2015

    Mother's Day might be a ways away, but Patrick's Cabaret is celebrating moms early this year with an entertaining lineup of talented movers and... More >>


    Leah's Train Marks Co-production Between 20% Theatre and Sabes JCC

    published Mar 03, 2015

    Starting this weekend, 20% Theatre Company is joining up with Sabes JCC for a production of Leah's Train, a play by Karen Hartman. The story follows a young woman, Ruth, who must confront her relation... More >>


    Gamut Gallery Starts a Revolution

    published Feb 27, 2015

    This Saturday, Gamut Gallery opens "REVOLUTION NOW: Portraits of Contemporary Female Revolutionaries," an exhibition of work that celebrates women who create change locally and globally. Fourteen arti... More >>


    Puppet Labs Turns 5 at HOBT

    published Feb 26, 2015

    Starting this weekend, Puppet Labs is back for its fifth year at In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre. The incubator program nurtures puppet artists as they experiment and take risks in t... More >>

  • Stripe Tease

    published February 11, 2015

    For "Stripe Tease," Chris Schlichting, named Best Choreographer by City Pages in 2013, collaborates with visual artist Jennifer Davis and Alpha... More >>


    Comics from the Margins at Boneshaker Books

    published Feb 25, 2015

    Head to Boneshaker Books this Saturday for a reading by some of the hottest local names in comics and zines. Comics from the Margins is part of a series put together by Gazillion Strong where comic ar... More >>

  • Arts Advocacy Day

    published February 18, 2015

    Arts advocates from across Minnesota will gather at the Capitol on Thursday to let lawmakers know just how important they think the arts are to... More >>


    Review: George Morrison Retrospective at the Minnesota History Center

    published Feb 23, 2015

    After a tour across the country, "Modern Spirit: The Art of George Morrison" has finally hit the Twin Cities for a run at the Minnesota History Center. The retrospective, organized by the Minnesota Mu... More >>


    Oscar-Nominated Timbuktu Offers a Tale of Defiance, Screens at the Walker

    published Feb 19, 2015

    If you're madly trying to catch up on all the Oscar nominees before Sunday, you have a chance to see one of the foreign-language contenders this weekend at the Walker Art Center. Timbuktu, directed by... More >>

  • Private Myths

    published January 14, 2015

    Christopher Saint Christopher, a.k.a. Christopher Corey Allen, is known around the Twin Cities for his work as a performer with Bedlam and at... More >>

  • Erotica Valentine's Day Poetry Tournament

    published February 11, 2015

    Things will be heating up over at Kieran's Irish Pub this week at SlamMN's annual Erotica Valentine's Day Poetry Tournament, where poets from near... More >>

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