'Arabian Nights' At The Walker Art CenterIn the first part of his 6-hour, fantastical portrait of his native Portugal during “bread and water” austerity, director Miguel Gomes admits that the idea behind his fresh-cut trilogy might be the dumbest he’s ever had.
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.
Guerilla Girls Twin Cities Takeover Plans Inaugural Art Tour For FridayThe Rochester Art Center is launching a pilot art bus program this week. The bus will shuttle guests from Minneapolis and St. Paul to Rochester for the Rochester leg of the Guerrilla Girls Twin Cities Takeover.
Local Music Tap: 'Rock The Garden' Moves To NE Mpls For 2016Fans of the "Rock The Garden" festival will be rocking out at a new location this year.
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.
Love & War In The 2015 Arrows AwardsTo see the British Arrows Awards is to get a glimpse into the culture across the pond. This is true every year, as Minnesotans have seen the best of British ads at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis for 29 years now, and the tradition is something of a holiday staple.
Thanksgiving 2015 Visitor's Guide To MinnesotaAfter the turkey’s been gobbled, your out-of-town guests may get antsy for some entertainment over the long Thanksgiving weekend. Show them the best of Minnesota with this handy holiday guide.
The Ecstatic Dreaminess Of 'Cemetery Of Splendor'As part of its Halloween weekend offerings, the Walker Art Center is screening something of a cinematic treat: Apichatpong Weerasethakul latest film, the “Cemetery of Splendor.” Like the director’s Palme D’Or winning 2010 work “Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives,” “Cemetery” explores aspects of spirituality and brings them to life under the shadow of Thailand’s troubling political realities.
Director Todd Haynes Gets The Spotlight In Upcoming Walker RetrospectiveThe focus of the Walker Art Center’s next cinematic retrospective is the work of ground-breaking director Todd Haynes, whose films (such as “I’m Not There” and “Far From Heaven”) are known for being controversial, complex and genre-breaking.
Year’s Best Ads Returning To The Walker This HolidayA 29-year tradition continues at the Walker Art Center this holiday season, as the museum once again will host the British Arrows Awards, a celebration of the year’s most innovative, moving and humorous ads.
This Week’s Best Bets: 'Barbarella' In Loring Park, Robin Williams' Final FilmIt’s the dog days of summer, and there’s a bunch of great cinema to experience in the Twin Cities.
Cat Video Festival Sneaking Up; Golden Kitty Award Voting Open The Internet Cat Video Festival is less than a month away, and voting is open for the People’s Choice Award for the feline video most-deserving of the Golden Kitty trophy.