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    Bedlam Lowertown Goes KABOOM

    published Oct 10, 2014

    Tales from your favorite comic books come to life this weekend when Steve Ackerman and a team of Bedlamites bring KABOOM to Bedlam Theatre in Lowertown. Using low-tech magic and puppetry, the show, co... More >>


    Minnesota Dance Theatre's Edifice Wrecks (Unabridged) at the Lab [REVIEW]

    published Oct 09, 2014

    Architecture becomes an integral character in Edifice Wrecks, an evening of work that explores how we move through the world we live in, and what lies behind and underneath the artifices that are buil... More >>


    April Sellers's Girlywood Comes to Intermedia Arts

    published Oct 07, 2014

    Who says feminism is dead? The F-word rises from the ashes like the phoenix, as evidenced by a new evening of work coming from choreographer April Sellers, hitting the Intermedia Arts stage this weeke... More >>


    Kate Iverson Takes the Spotlight at SooLOCAL

    published Oct 03, 2014

    Kate Iverson writes about art, promotes and supports talent, and thinks up creative ways for artists and business owners to collaborate. She's a whiz at branding, and she works to help artists and des... More >>


    SOLO Puts Dancers in the Driver's Seat

    published Oct 02, 2014

    This weekend, Northrop Auditorium will host the seventh McKnight SOLO. The biannual event showcases the work of six dancers -- Kari Mosel, Tamara Ober, Gregory Waletski, Taryn Griggs, Ashwini Ramaswa... More >>


    Shoebox Gallery Hosts Final Show

    published Oct 01, 2014

    As Robert's Shoes is closing, so must the Shoebox Gallery, Minneapolis's longest running storefront exhibition space, located in a window of the store. Artist Sean Smuda, who curates the gallery and r... More >>

  • Strumply Peter

    published September 10, 2014

    This weekend, Open Eye Figure Theatre brings back Strumply Peter, its toy-opera hit from earlier this year, created by Michael Sommers in... More >>


    Julie Buffalohead's Contemporary Allegories

    published Sep 29, 2014

    Julie Buffalohead's work swells with symbolism. Filled with animals and archetypes, her pieces explore political and personal topics through allegory. In a new show at Bockley Gallery, titled "Uncommo... More >>

  • MN4MN Fashion Weekend

    published September 17, 2014

    Top Minnesota designers, including Emma Berg and Project Runway alum Christopher Straub, will show off their stuff at a new fashion weekend... More >>


    Ralph Lemon's "Scaffold Room" at the Walker

    published Sep 25, 2014

    In "Scaffold Room," which has its world premiere this weekend at the Walker Art Center, Ralph Lemon funnels pornography, violence, pleasure, and gaze into a series of solo pieces taking place in and a... More >>


    Lizz Winstead on Voting and Vaginas

    published Sep 24, 2014

    In 2012, Lizz Winstead got fed up with politicians attacking women's reproductive rights. She formed Lady Parts Justice, a group that uses humor and outrage to galvanize women to take political action... More >>


    Park(ing) Day Returns

    published Sep 19, 2014

    Park(ing) Day is back for its second year, turning parking spots in southwest Minneapolis into mini festivals of art, food, and fun. Sponsored by Experience Southwest and Minneapolis's Great Streets p... More >>


    "In Search Of..." Opens at Public Functionary

    published Sep 19, 2014

    Tonight, Public Functionary opens its fall exhibition showcasing two northeast Minneapolis artists, printmaker Edie Overturf and illustrator/painter Derek Van Gieson, who have collaborated on a body o... More >>


    The Walker Art Center Celebrates 75 Years

    published Sep 17, 2014

    For its 75th anniversary, the Walker Art Center is taking a look back, starting at its beginnings as the private collection of a millionaire lumber baron and traveling through decades of pushing bound... More >>


    Ananya Chatterjea on Imagined Futures Emerging from Despair

    published Sep 16, 2014

    After spending four years investigating violence against women through the lens of mud, gold, oil, and water, choreographer Ananya Chatterjea of Ananya Dance Theatre now points her focus toward reveri... More >>


    TuckUnder's 'doubleplusgood' Takes Aim at Language and Privilege

    published Sep 12, 2014

    The stench of what happened in Ferguson, Missouri, on August 9 still reeks. The shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed African American male, by a police officer proved to be yet another horrible remin... More >>


    Global Taxi Driver Drives Into Intermedia Arts

    published Sep 11, 2014

    Tonight marks the opening of a new play, by Leilani Chan (Refugee Nation) and TeAda Ensemble, that takes a look at the stories of taxi drivers from all corners of the world. Developed with a diverse e... More >>

  • Tempest on Franconia Island

    published September 3, 2014

    Franconia Sculpture Park and its outdoor artwork provide the setting for a new imagining of Shakespeare's The Tempest this weekend.... More >>


    River City Revue: Filth on the River launches tonight

    published Sep 10, 2014

    Following up on their previous paddle-boat ride, Purity on the Riverboat Trip, the River City Revue hosts a boat ride this evening, called River City Revue: Filth on the River. It's a ride aboard the ... More >>

  • Paint No Wrong Paint No Right

    published July 30, 2014

    Realism and abstraction team up at "Paint No Wrong Paint No Right," opening at TuckUnder Gallery this Thursday. The show features artists Justine... More >>


    Pope.L's Costume Made of Nothing comes alive tonight and Saturday

    published Sep 04, 2014

    "Like the bodiless heads you see sometimes at circus sideshows, it is as though I have been surrounded by mirrors of hard, distorting glass," writes Ralph Ellison in The Invisible Man. "When they appr... More >>


    Little Lifeboats takes on race, representation, and casting

    published Sep 04, 2014

    Little Lifeboats takes on issues of race and representation in a new play, titled Raise Your Voice (Suzanne Cross): That F---ing Harriet Tubman Play. Written by Abby Swafford, who is a member and co-f... More >>

  • Broadway Day

    published August 27, 2014

    Neighborhoods Organizing for Change, an advocacy group that has worked on community and civic engagement for citizens in north Minneapolis, is an... More >>


    Crystal Quinn and Oakley Tapola take over SOOlocal

    published Sep 03, 2014

    SOOlocal, Soo Visual Art Center's outlet space at Nicollet Avenue and 35th Street, has been busy these days with a new series, called Equinox, curated by Crystal Quinn and Oakley Tapola. The pair, who... More >>


    Somali pop-up gallery holds performance event this weekend

    published Aug 29, 2014

    If you haven't yet had a chance to check out the Somali Artifact and Cultural Museum's pop-up gallery downtown, this weekend is your chance. The space, co-curated by the Museum and Made Here, opened e... More >>

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