Weisman Art Museum Ponders The Magic Of CloudsIf you are trying to find some in-door entertainment during this chilly stretch, we got an idea. There is a new exhibit at the Weisman Art Museum which is all about celebrating clouds and our fascination with them.
Finding Minnesota: The Minnesota Marine Art MuseumMinnesotans often think they need to travel to major cities to see famous artwork. But in reality, you do not have to travel far to see original works by the likes of Van Gogh and Picasso.
'Art Shanty Projects' Return To White Bear LakeThe Art Shanty Projects is back on White Bear Lake after a year hiatus. The ice shanty village features several elaborate art installations created by 125 artists.
Move Over Spoon & Cherry – A New Sculpture's Coming To TownThe Minneapolis Sculpture Garden will soon have something new to crow about. A giant, blue rooster piece called "Hahn/Cock" is just one of the sculptures moving into the Walker Art Center's outdoor gallery.
Guerrilla Girls Plan Twin Cities Art TakeoverThe Guerrilla Girls are taking over the Twin Cities through March. The anonymous activists and artists disguise themselves in gorilla masks as they campaign against discrimination against women and minority artists.
Capitol Restoration Group Asks Public For Art InputMinnesota may be "the land of 10,000 lakes," but there are no pictures of lakes in our State Capitol building. In fact, some people may consider some of the art that is there to be offensive.
Stolen Granlund Statue Replaced At Minn. Landscape ArboretumThe Minnesota Landscape Arboretum has replaced a beloved statue that was stolen earlier this year. The arboretum says its new version of "South Wind II" was installed in the shrub rose garden Nov. 19.
Finding Minnesota: The Woodworking NunThe sawing and chipping sounds coming from a wood shop in Mankato mean another work of art is in progress. Detailed wooden sculptures come out of the shop, many with religious symbolism. The surprising part, though, is who's making them.
Youth Homelessness Highlighted In Twin Cities Film FestThe Twin Cities Film Fest is bringing social awareness to the community. Its "Changemaker Series" is highlighting the issue of youth homelessness. The festival partnered with YouthLink to help viewers walk a mile in the shoes of someone experiencing homelessness.
Oscar Nominee John Hawkes To Appear At Twin Cities Film FestAlexandria native and Oscar nominee John Hawkes is set to appear at the Twin Cities Film Fest. Hawkes will appear Monday night at a screening of his new movie, "Too Late." Hawkes plays a troubled private investigator hired to find a missing woman from his own past.
MSP Airport Art Exhibit Explores U.S. - Cuban RelationsA new art exhibit at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport marks the reopened relationship between the United States and Cuba. "Buoyancy" opened Oct. 5 on both Concourses E and F in the airport's Terminal 1-Lindbergh. The title refers to the Cuban people's spirit through more than a half-century of trade embargoes.
Lowertown Shines During St. Paul Art CrawlThe St. Paul Art Crawl is back again this weekend. The St. Paul Art Collective has been putting this event on since 1991. It features more than 300 artists at 28 buildings, and around 20,000 people check it out each year.