Mpls. Group Repurposes Guns As Art To Combat ViolenceArt has always had the power to change society and show us the path to a better place. Now a group of community leaders hope to use art in the fight to end gun violence.
MIA's Popular Martin Luther Exhibit Gets Brief ExtensionThe Martin Luther exhibit at MIA includes textiles, sculptures and personal possessions of the man behind the start of Protestant Reformation, which happened exactly 500 years ago.
'The Wild Morning': How Women Start Their Days"The Wild Morning" is an upcoming book about capturing women as they begin their day and finding their truth.
Film Society Gets $30K Grant From National Endowment For The ArtsThe Film Society of Minneapolis-St. Paul is set to receive a portion of the $30 million in grant money the National Endowment for the Arts is giving to artists and nonprofits next year.
Bon Iver To Headline Rock The Garden, Tickets On SaleBon Iver, the Wisconsin indie folk crooner nominated for two Grammy Awards this year, is slated to headline Rock the Garden next summer, and tickets to the show are already available.
Sewer Backup Causes Walker Art Center To Temporarily CloseA sewer backup has caused Minneapolis' Walker Art Center to close for a couple days.
MNfusion Review: Jungle Theater's 'Bars And Measures' Powerfully UncomfortableAsk any artist and they will tell you, a good work of art elicits a reaction. It makes you think. It makes you feel. It is an experience. The Jungle Theater's production of "Bars and Measures" does just that.
MNfusion: Uptown Art Fair Celebrates 53 YearsAugust has arrived. And while that may mean the beginning of the end of summer, there are still several events to look forward to. Among them the Uptown Art Festival, which takes place this week.
Wander Minnesota: The Museum Of Russian ArtHoused in a former church and in an attractive Spanish colonial building, the Museum of Russian Art is easily reached at the intersection of Diamond Lake Road and 35W.
Photo Exhibit Highlights St. Paul's 'Invisible People'A Twin Cities photographer hopes his pictures start a different kind of conversation about an often hidden population. Chris LaFontaine visited St. Paul's bridges and river bluffs to see for himself how the homeless live.
Wander Minnesota: New Attractions At The ArboretumThere are some really fun new exhibits at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum this summer, interesting for both adults and kids.
MNfusion: 'First Comes Love' Exhibition Travels To Mpls.A vigil held in Loring Park saw thousands come out to mourn the victims of the Olrando massacre and find comfort in hymn, prayer and congregation. Now, a new photography exhibit is offering yet another way to celebrate and support the LGBTQ community.