To celebrate the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden's 25th anniversary, Walker Art Center has created custom mini-boxes of Cheerios featuring the iconic Spoonbridge and Cherry to hand out during this month's First Free Saturday event. See also: Best of the Twin Cities: Minneapolis Sculpture Garden
Earlier today, Hennepin County came clean as the entity responsible for painting over the Midtown Greenway mural near Sunrise Cyclery.THE BACKSTORY: Somebody whitewashed Midtown Greenway mural [PHOTOS]In fact, the only reason the mural wasn't totally whitewashed is because workers ran out of paint. ... More >>
The City Pages has made the final cut for three 2013 Association of Alternative Newsmedia awards.We're proud to announce that Reed Fischer's Gimme Noise music blog, last year's "Reinventing the Wheel" cover story, and former art director Mike Kooiman's cover designs are finalists in the Music Blog, ... More >>
It's been 25 years since the Guerrilla Girls, a group of radical feminist artists, decided to do something about the sexism they found in the art world. Known for their gorilla masks and pseudonyms of deceased female artists, the group is also famous for their provocative posters, which were at f ... More >>
Danimal is an artist in every sense
Photo by Sher Stoneman Hold on to your seats Minneapolis, because the mother of all art fair weekends is lifting off as we speak. The biggest and probably most well known is the Uptown Art Fair, but that's not all that is in store for art lovers over the next few days. The Loring Par ... More >>
(Artwork by: David Wright) Starting this Thursday, local artists at Interact Studio's Inside Out Gallery will present their food inspired creations from paintings made with coffee ink to veggie infused textiles at the "Eat Art" exhibit in the North Loop.
Inside Thomas Kinkade's blinding gazebo
A basement print shop in St. Paul creates bold propaganda for latter-day rock
Figuring out how to finance the future of art at SooVAC
The high-spirited ArTrujillo Studio Gallery springs up from a once-seedy cellar on Lake Street
Two abstract Minnesota painters explore the spiritual shades of an everlasting winter
The woman who turned her house into a canvas, and other stories from the far fringes of the visual-art scene
Can a small school of figurative art revive a great, dead tradition in painting?
Are the "published" and decorated prints of Edina's Fingerhut Gallery the same as collectible originals? Or are they exceptionally expensive posters?
Many clients can't afford it. Builders are leery of it. When will ecologically sound housing reach the mainstream?
Absence/Presence searches for the aesthetics of genocide; Thomas Hart Benton hits the road
A booming real estate market paints an ugly picture for the future of artists and galleries in Northeast Minneapolis
A chat with Robert Hughes
The local art scene has turned into a refuge for the creatively challenged.