Closing for renovations hasn’t stopped the Minnesota Museum of American Art from continuing with its programming. While its space is under construction, the museum has been conducting a series, titled the M Off-Site, featuring artist talks and events at art spaces around the Twin Cities. This week, it’s at Bockley Gallery in Minneapolis, where the M’s curator, Christopher Atkins, will sit down with New York-based multidisciplinary artist Brad Kahlhamer. Kahlhamer draws on Native American folk imagery, street art, and pop culture for his eclectic pieces, which often explore identity. His work has been showcased at museums and galleries across the country, but when Kahlhamer is featured in a solo exhibition at the MMAA later this year, it will be his first time presenting art in Minnesota.