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    Five rides to enjoy during Pedalopolis

    published Jul 15, 2014

    This week, the Twin Cities will be exploding with over 20 informal bike rides aimed at providing fun ways to get out and enjoy the city without the pressure of competition. Hosted by Twin Cities Bike ... More >>


    Made Here launches a second round of projects tonight

    published Jul 11, 2014

    After coming to Block E last fall Made Here, a Hennepin Theatre Trust program charged with bringing art to vacant spaces in downtown, is broadening its scope. This summer, it will be taking over store... More >>


    Rosy Simas presents haunting work at the Red Eye

    published Jul 10, 2014

    Hot off the heels of her gallery installation at All My Relations Gallery, which has been extended through July 13, Rosy Simas takes the full production of We Wait in Darkness to the Red Eye Theater t... More >>


    Adrienne Truscott is Asking For It at Bryant-Lake Bowl

    published Jul 09, 2014

    Everyone knows you're not supposed to write jokes about rape, right? Well, not so fast. Adrienne Truscott takes on the taboo topic in Asking For It, a runaway hit at last year's Edinburgh Fringe Festi... More >>

  • We Wait in the Darkness

    published June 18, 2014

    Choreographer Rosy Simas has been delving into the oral histories of her family's past as research for her current project. "We Wait in Darkness"... More >>


    "Americana" vs. America at the Soap Factory

    published Jul 03, 2014

    The United States is a relatively young country, so we've always had a bit of an inferiority complex when it comes to our history and culture. Sure, we have monuments erected, but compared to the Taj ... More >>

  • Queertopia

    published June 25, 2014

    Among your planned Pride activities this year, you'll definitely want to carve out some space for Queertopia, the annual cabaret of queer... More >>


    Victor Khromin at the Russian Museum of Art

    published Jul 02, 2014

    Now on view at the Museum of Russian Art (TMORA) is a fascinating collection of bas-relief paintings by Victor Khromin, a New York-based artist who emigrated from the Soviet Union in 1990. Thick with ... More >>


    Beatrix*JAR play with sound at Free First Saturday

    published Jul 01, 2014

    This Saturday, sound-art duo Beatrix*JAR, Bianca Pettis (Beatrix) and Jacob Aaron Roske (JAR), will be taking over the Sculpture Garden at the Walker Art Center for Sonic Circus, an event where a host... More >>


    SOOLocal's latest show brings the post-internet age to Minneapolis

    published Jun 27, 2014

    This weekend, curator Nathaniel Smith sets up shop at SOOlocal Gallery for his take on what it means to make art in the post-internet age. The art includes pieces that respond to, push back against, a... More >>


    Queertopia: Bring on the evolution

    published Jun 26, 2014

    During an aside last night by Tiffany Roberts, host of this year's Queertopia at Intermedia Arts, she acknowledged a typo in the show's subtitle, "QUEEREVOLUTION." Apparently, there has been some conf... More >>


    HOBT's Sandy Spieler on her McKnight award and what comes next

    published Jun 24, 2014

    It's been almost two months since In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre hosted its 40th MayDay Parade and Festival. Now the organization gets to celebrate again, as artistic director Sandy... More >>


    SooVAC artists explore place and texture

    published Jun 23, 2014

    Two shows at Soo Visual Arts Center, featuring four artists, are worth the trip to the gallery. In "Tentantless Pause," Theresa Anderson and Jennifer Nevitt show their unique relationship to their mat... More >>


    The Walker's "Art Expanded, 1958-1978": When avant-garde becomes archeology

    published Jun 20, 2014

    "USE THESE MATCHS [sic] TO DESTROY ALL ART" reads Ben Vautier's inscription on a matchbox. It goes on to urge viewers to destroy museums, art libraries, pop-art, and even this particular work. Vautier... More >>

  • Noche Hispana Diez

    published June 11, 2014

    Celebrating its 10th year at Patrick's Cabaret, Noche Hispana offers a diverse lineup of performers this weekend, with different artists presented... More >>


    Rosy Simas digs into her roots for "We Wait in Darkness"

    published Jun 19, 2014

    "We Wait in Darkness," a new work by choreographer Rosy Simas, started when she was stuck in bed for three weeks. Finding herself with a lot of time on her hands, she ended up doing an in-depth geneal... More >>


    Christian Marclay's 24-hour film The Clock screens at the Walker

    published Jun 13, 2014

    While it's too early in the summer to suggest activities that don't include relishing the outdoors, there's one indoor activity that you simply cannot miss. It's Christian Marclay's heralded, 24-hour ... More >>


    MMAA opens "2014 Minnesota Biennial"

    published Jun 12, 2014

    Today, the Minnesota Museum of American Art (MMAA) hosts its first biennial since 2008, before it closed its doors in 2009 and regrouped, opening again officially in the beginning of 2013. Now lo... More >>


    Preventing the "Soho" effect: Creative Enterprise Zone wants artists to thrive

    published Jun 12, 2014

    You might as well plan on not sleeping this weekend, with celebrations marking the opening of the new Green Line happening all day and evening on Saturday, and the art activities and performances goin... More >>

  • Grand Opening Celebration

    published June 4, 2014

    Ancestry Books, the new north Minneapolis bookstore located in the space that previously housed Goddess of Glass (between Northland Hardware and... More >>


    John Klukas and Michael Cina: A Gilgamesh-inspired collaboration at Public Functionary

    published Jun 06, 2014

    Opening this weekend at Public Functionary is a collaboratively created exhibit from New York-based photographer John Klukas and local painter/graphic designer Michael Cina. "She Who Saw the Deep" dra... More >>


    Lake Street Cabaret: Wing Young Huie and more this weekend at Patrick's

    published Jun 05, 2014

    Since 1999, when Patrick's Cabaret moved from their first home (where Open Eye Figure Theatre currently presides) to their current digs on Lake Street and Minnehaha, the eclectic performance venue has... More >>

  • Bedlam Lowertown Grand Opening

    published May 28, 2014

    At long last, Bedlam Theatre finally gets to celebrate its grand opening since moving to its Lowertown space, which, starting in June, will be... More >>


    Kevin Obsatz and friends take on the road movie

    published Jun 04, 2014

    This week, artists explore the road movie at Bryant-Lake Bowl with two evenings of film, video, and performance centered on Crazy Horse, a short film by Kevin Obsatz. Along with the 12-minute piece, O... More >>


    Live from the Ave offers poetry at All My Relations Gallery

    published May 30, 2014

    Closing out textile artist Maggie Thompson's show, "Where I Fit," at All My Relations Gallery will be a group of American Indian poets giving performances as part of Live from the Ave. The poetry jam ... More >>

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