Creative Mornings’ February event at Minneapolis Institute of Art featured speaker Joe Horton, Mia’s artist-in-residence for 2019 as well as local musician and artist.
Arts & Culture
Yossi Ben Harush isn’t your average DJ. While he does spend time spinning tunes at parties, he reserves part of his weekends to observe Shabbat—the Jewish day of rest.
Minneapolis-based VocalEssence started Vintage Voices, an initiative to engage elders in choral music, four years ago.
Once a month, St. Louis Park resident Lee Reinharz cofacilitates a group of inmates in exercises designed to help participants transform their power so that it can be used in a more positive way.
"All My Goodbyes" and "The Gilded Wolves" will delight fans of diverse, deeply readable fiction.
Freshen up your space after a long winter with these tips.
This years marks the 25th anniversary of the two-day music festival.
Untold stories are uncovered in Facing America.
Goodman recently installed her first exterior mosaic in the Bryn Mawr neighborhood of Minneapolis, the colorful origami bird pictured below.
There’s no such thing as too much art in a community. The Lake Street Arts Council is now incorporating permanent and nonpermanent art onto Lake Street in a project titled Make on Lake.
About a year ago, a man made his way to a gallery in Linden Hills. After perusing for a while, he approached the gallery’s owner Jimmy Wilson (where the gallery earns it namesake) and told him he had a photo of The Beatles he wanted to sell.