Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Taking the brood out on a nice fall day doesn’t have to break the bank. Stick those bills back in your wallet and head out for one of these fun (and free) local activities.
This list captures some of Minnesota’s best murals. Get out and see them all.
Poverty, homeless and abuse are problems — and art is one of the solutions. At least in one program that’s finding a way to give at-risk kids a new way to express themselves, and an opportunity to display their work at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts will present an exhibition of contemporary works on paper by major artists this summer. The exhibit — “It’s New/It’s Now: Recent Gifts of Contemporary Prints and Drawings” — opens July 14.
Take some time off this summer to visit great Chicago events and exhibits.
Five new powerful and profound museum events coming to Minnesota in early 2013 are alive with energy and broad appeal.
Five priceless museum exhibits open in Minnesota this fall. Make a trip to see them all.
Rare works from the tomb of China’s first emperor go on display at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts this fall.
A major exhibit of authentic Rembrandt paintings opens next weekend at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. “Rembrandt in America” features some 30 bona fide works by the Dutch master.
Photographs can make time stand still and create life-long memories. The exhibits and galleries below display the creative genius of some of the best photographers showing their work in Minnesota. Each are well worth a visit this spring or summer.
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May is Minnesota Museum’s Month and for the Land of 10,000 Lakes, there seems to be just as many museums.
Spring is in the air at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. One-hundred-and-fifty floral artists will create arrangements based on the works of art at the MIA that inspired them.
A Minnesota art museum will return an ancient Greek vase to its rightful owners after an investigation determined it belongs to the people of Italy.
It was a task of biblical proportions — drawing every letter and illustration in a Bible painstakingly by hand. Now, 13 years after its inception, the brightly colored and massive St. John’s Bible is complete, and pages from the finished work are about to go on display.