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    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 >>

  • Spinning Stories

    published May 21, 2014

    All bicyclists have their own stories from the battlefield. That time you almost got doored. That time you did get doored, and have the false... More >>


    Red Eye's Works-in-Progress series celebrates 30 years

    published May 29, 2014

    As part of its 30th season, Red Eye Theater's New Works 4 Weeks, an annual festival celebrating experimental and multidisciplinary performance, kicks off this weekend with five short shows that have b... More >>


    Artcrank returns to Minneapolis with bike art and beer

    published May 28, 2014

    Bicycle poster exhibition and celebration Artcrank is back for its eight year this weekend. The show features 40 local artists who have all created original posters that are available for purchase at ... More >>


    Dangerous Productions works with Karen youth

    published May 23, 2014

    This weekend, a group of 20 Karen students team up with Dangerous Productions to mix storytelling, gaming, and parkour in an event called Jungle2Jungle. Through a partnership with the Karen Organizati... More >>

  • EcoArts Festival: Spirit of the Mississippi River

    published May 14, 2014

    Get outside and enjoy the natural beauty of the Mississippi River this Saturday at the seventh annual EcoArts Fest. Hosted by ArtStart, the... More >>


    Tracing Fault Lines by Mad Munchkin Productions

    published May 21, 2014

    For Tracing Fault Lines, Mad Munchkins Productions' (MMP) show opening this weekend at In the Heart of the Beast, the performance and puppetry company takes on conflict -- whether it be natural, man-m... More >>


    Motionpoems merge poetry with video, screens at the Walker

    published May 20, 2014

    As part of this week's Target Free Thursday Nights at the Walker Art Center, Motionpoems Inc, a nonprofit poetry film company based in Minneapolis, presents its fifth season of short-film adaptations ... More >>


    Frank Big Bear sings homages with his art

    published May 19, 2014

    Frank Big Bear brings a joyful energy to his current exhibition, now on view at the Bockley Gallery, as he pays homage to his past teachers and mentors, as well as the personal and historic heroes of ... More >>


    Ragamala Dance joins jazz musician Rudresh Mahanthappa at the Walker

    published May 15, 2014

    Ragamala Dance may be based in the Bharatanatyam tradition, but the company is no stranger to collaboration. Having previously teamed up with Taiko drummers, Balinese dancers, and an African dance tro... More >>

  • Green

    published May 7, 2014

    Come support northeast Minneapolis's artist collective Rosalux Gallery this weekend at Green, a fundraiser where you can buy a raffle ticket for a... More >>


    7 events not to be missed at Art-A-Whirl 2014

    published May 14, 2014

    This weekend, Art-A-Whirl is here once again, a sure sign that spring has arrived "for real this time" in the Twin Cities. The festival, which features over 500 artists in over 60 locations throughout... More >>

  • Playing with Fire

    published April 23, 2014

    This Thursday, Chicago Avenue Fire Arts Center opens an exhibition featuring local and national artists in conjunction with the Society of North... More >>


    Finnish design on display at Minneapolis Institute of Arts

    published May 09, 2014

    When it comes to innovation, Finland has a lot to offer. Their education system is the envy of the world, they are leaders in sustainability, and they brought us Angry Birds. For "Finland: Designed En... More >>

  • Art in Bloom

    published April 30, 2014

    You know spring is here when Art in Bloom, the annual fundraiser thrown by the Friends of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, finally arrives. The... More >>


    Esther Ouray gets folks laughing at Third Place Gallery tonight

    published May 08, 2014

    Get your endorphins running tonight in a laughter workshop led by artist Esther Ouray at the Third Place Gallery, where you'll be led through a fun evening that explores wellness and community buildin... More >>


    Zenon presents new and favorite pieces at the Cowles this weekend

    published May 07, 2014

    Zenon Dance Company opens its spring concert at the Cowles Center for Dance and Performing Arts this weekend with an evening of work that artistic director Linda Andrews says is extremely physical for... More >>


    Chad Rutter and Amy Toscani critique American culture at the MAEP Galleries

    published May 06, 2014

    The artists selected to exhibit at the Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program (MAEP) at the MIA don't always go together quite as well as Chad Rutter and Amy Toscani do right now. Chosen by an elected a... More >>

  • The Shadow War

    published April 16, 2014

    In commemoration of the U.S.'s Shadow War in Laos, where the U.S. dropped 260 million cluster bombs and destroyed many villages from 1964 to 1973,... More >>


    Climbing PoeTree stops by Intermedia Arts

    published May 01, 2014

    This weekend at Intermedia Arts, the New York-based multi-voice, spoken-word, and multimedia-arts duo Climbing PoeTree will be holding two performances as part of a national tour. Made up of Alixa Gar... More >>


    Bandara launches Latino Asian Fusion Series at Old Arizona Studio

    published Apr 30, 2014

    Teatro del Pueblo and Pangea World Theater are teaming up to produce the first of three plays in the Latino Asian Fusion Series beginning this weekend. The new commission, Bandara, was written and dir... More >>

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