'Rock The Garden' Lineup: Father John Misty, Feist, P.O.S. & MoreOn Tuesday, Rock The Garden, the Walker Art Center’s annual summer music festival, released its indie-ladden lineup that features local to international acts.
Walker Art Center Launching ‘Sensory Friendly Sunday’Starting in May, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis is launching a monthly “Sensory Friendly Sunday” (SFS) for those with sensory sensitivities and Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Minnesota Spring Break, Part 1: What's Happening In The MetroWhat's happening in the Twin Cities metro over spring break?
Twin Cities' Best Gift ShopsThere are all kinds of wonderful gift shops across the metro, locally owned and tucked away in various neighborhoods.
Controversial Walker Art Sculpture To Soon Be BuriedA controversial art piece that once stood at the Walker Art Center will soon have a new resting space.
Walker's Sculpture Garden Re-Opens In Wake Of 'Scaffold' ControversyThe Walker Art Center's Sculpture Garden re-opened Saturday.
'Scaffold' Sculpture Won’t Be Burned At Fort Snelling This WeekThe wood used in the now-dismantled Minneapolis Sculpture Garden piece "Scaffold" won’t be burned in a ceremony at Fort Snelling this week and perhaps won’t be burned at all.
Walker Sculture Garden's 'Scaffold' Now Being DismantledThe sculpture never officially opened to the public, and the gathered crowd indicated gratitude for that.
Walker, Dakota Elders Finish Mediation; 'Scaffold' To Be Removed FridayThe Walker Art Center and Dakota elders addressed the media Wednesday afternoon following a mediation meeting concerning the “Scaffold” structure controversy.
News Click: "Scaffold" Protest
Artist Behind Walker's 'Scaffold' Offers 'Deepest Apologies' For 'Thoughtlessness'The artist behind a controversial structure at the Walker Art Center's Sculpture Garden is speaking out about the piece.
Walker Sculpture Garden Opening Postponed Amid ControversyAfter backlash from a new piece in the Walker Art Center's sculpture garden, the reopening of the park is being pushed back.