Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art explores the decade of the 1980s with a new exhibit.
Starbucks is charging $85 for thier new t-shirt. It has an artsy coffee stain on it. Click here to see story and pic of t-shirt
“Rembrandt in America” will open at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts on June 24, 2012.
It’s true that Minnesota has a reputation for being a perfect place to explore the great outdoors, but only to a point. Sub-zero degree windchills in the winter and overbearing heat and humidity in the summer tend to make many locals second-guess living here.
Most owners of valuable art collections might be nervous about having children play around them — not to mention children with golf clubs.
For art lovers, it’s the biggest weekend of the year, and for artists like Cindy Krotz, it’s a chance to get some notoriety.
Nothing symbolizes summer better in the Twin Cities than the patio. It’s why the Minnesota Museum of American Art is bringing back its “Patio Nights.”
Love coffee, food and art? Gone are the days of kitschy wallpaper and lights, coffee shops are showcasing masterpieces on their walls and menus. We take a look at some of the Twin Cities’ cafés that are serving art-loving diners coffee, food and spectacular views of art.
There’s an unusual transformation going on that’s turning guns into a works of art.
Vandals have damaged a large granite curbstone that was part of an art installation in a St. Paul park.
Beth Barron is begging for Band-Aids. She will take just about any kind of Band-Aid, even ones with blood and dirt.
Here’s an interesting tidbit that arrived in the “In Box” here at The Garage this week: Artist David Uhl, who has done A LOT of illustration work for Harley Davidson, has created a painting that will serve as one of the Centennial Indy 500 program covers. The 100th running of this all-American auto race is scheduled for Sunday, May 29, 2011.
Decorative art was built into the architecture of Minnesota’s two newest college hockey venues.
As families gathered around the Thanksgiving dinner table, there’s a pretty good chance that at some point conversations touched on childhood memories. And some of the fondest of those memories may have involved trees.
When Sally Thayer was diagnosed with breast cancer last year, she picked up a paintbrush.