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  • 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 >>


    Farrington Llewellyn Leads Conversations on Black Identity

    published Feb 18, 2015

    Tonight at Bedlam Theatre Lowertown, video artist Farrington Llewellyn continues his series of conversations around black identity. Open to anyone, the series is framed as an alternative to Black Hist... More >>


    "The Habsburgs" Demonstrates Its Wealth at the MIA

    published Feb 13, 2015

    While Marie Antoinette most likely never actually said, "Let them eat cake," the phrase has remained a symbolic demonstration of the Queen's and aristocracy's cluelessness about the poverty of the mas... More >>


    Nicholas Harper's Glittery Meditations on Transient States

    published Feb 12, 2015

    Nicholas Harper, artist and owner of Rogue Buddha Gallery, might understand a thing or two about transience. This year his mother had a heart attack, but despite the grimmest of outlooks, she made a f... More >>


    Le Cirque Rouge's V-Day Shows: "What's Love Got to Do With It?"

    published Feb 11, 2015

    Le Cirque Rouge Cabaret & Burlesque Show is pulling out all the stops for a two-day Valentine's Day extravaganza this week, with special guest Courtney McClean and the Dirty Curls. Held at Amsterd... More >>

  • Through Our Eyes

    published February 4, 2015

    This Friday, Third Place Gallery will be hosting a free public screening of videos created by teenage filmmakers. The evening is the culmination... More >>


    Katherine E. Nash's "WonderWomen" is a Delight, Ending Soon

    published Feb 06, 2015

    You have until Valentine's Day to get on over to the Katherine E. Nash Gallery at the University of Minnesota for "WonderWomen," a fantastic exhibition featuring women working in comics, animation and... More >>


    Bedlam hosts Aquarius Cafe, a Celebration of Aquarians

    published Feb 05, 2015

    It's the age of Aquarius. Well, the month of Aquarius anyway. Here's a fun fact: There's a bunch of Bedlam staff members who happen to be Aquarians, a.k.a. people born between January 21 and February ... More >>


    Alexs Pate on Blues Vision: African American Writing from Minnesota

    published Feb 05, 2015

    A groundbreaking new anthology of African American writers from Minnesota will launch today at the Minnesota History Center. Edited by Alexs Pate, with co-editors Pamela R. Fletcher and J. Otis Powell... More >>

  • Claudia Rankine

    published January 28, 2015

    Poet, cultural critic, and playwright Claudia Rankine will be giving a reading at the Loft Literary Center this Friday. Rankine is the author of... More >>


    Guante Attends U.N. Conference and Works with Young Poets

    published Jan 30, 2015

    Fresh from his trip to the United Nations, where he performed in the Barbershop Conference and tackled issues like gender inequality, Kyle Tran Myhre (Guante) is back in town working with youth as the... More >>


    Miwa Matreyek Steps into Her Animations

    published Jan 29, 2015

    For Walker Art Center's Expanding the Frame, a series combining film with performance, California-based animator and performer Miwa Matreyek will be presenting her unique work where she juxtaposes sha... More >>

  • Lao Diaspora Project: Refuge of the InvisibLao

    published January 7, 2015

    Little Laos on the Prairie (LLOTP), an online publication about Lao culture and news, celebrates 40 years of Lao journeys since the Laotian Civil... More >>


    Crossing the Blue Wall Uses Poetry to Tackle the Police State

    published Jan 28, 2015

    Poets, spoken-word artists, and activists take the stage at the Black Dog tonight for the latest edition of the Lowertown Reading Jam, a series put on by the Saint Paul Almanac. Curated by scholar and... More >>

  • U/G/L/Y

    published January 21, 2015

    Two years ago performer, solo artist, and curator Shá Cage delved into the ramifications of the n-word in a sold-out multimedia work at... More >>


    Bedlam Lowertown Hosts Visual Art + Music

    published Jan 22, 2015

    This Friday, Bedlam Lowertown will host the first in a four-part series that focuses on creative intersections. For Visual Art + Music, artists will collaborate with Shifting Perspectives founder Tyle... More >>


    Heidi Berg on White Rabbit, Red Rabbit: "It's Possibly the Most Brilliant and Terrifying Idea That I've Encountered in Years"

    published Jan 21, 2015

    This month at the Phoenix Theater, the Arts' Nest is presenting a work created by Nassim Soleimanpour. The playwright wrote White Rabbit, Red Rabbit while being denied a passport out of Iran for refus... More >>


    Shá Cage Debuts U/G/L/Y at Intermedia Arts

    published Jan 20, 2015

    This weekend, performer Shá Cage gets "U/G/L/Y" at Intermedia Arts, a new solo work that explores notions of beauty through the stories of multiple women. It's the second installment of her trilogy a... More >>


    Gadfly Theatre Productions Takes Queer! on Tour

    published Jan 15, 2015

    Gadfly Theatre Productions launches a pop-up gallery tour of their hit show, Queer!, this weekend with an engagement at Fox Egg Gallery. Based on over 100 submissions and interviews, the play shares s... More >>

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