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Photographer Jim Brandenburg adds a wolf paw to his signature. Naturally.

Do you remember the exact moment you were inspired to start a hobby? Maybe you were watching your grandmother working on a needlepoint, or...

Community-Based Artist Witt Siasoco Believes ‘Art Can Do More’

  I am Witt Siasoco, a community-based artist working at the intersection of art and civic life. For over 20 years, I have been creating...

Remembering Allan Fingerhut: The Man Who Brought You First Avenue

  Allan Fingerhut passed away on Monday October 12, 2020 surrounded by his family. Allan’s life was centered on family, as well as art, music...

Tina & the B-Sides Had Studio B Rockin’ Back in the...

The cinder block wall in the hallway leading to the studios at Twin Cities PBS is adorned with thousands of signatures of people who...

To Write Is to Cope – Especially During a Pandemic

Good morning. Tuesday, September 22 was the fall equinox - our first official day of fall. We can all say a fond or fierce...

For Puppeteer and Filmmaker Oanh Vu, Anything Is Possible

  My favorite food as a kid was lasagna because Garfield the Cat’s favorite food was lasagna. I chose to play the saxophone in middle...

Andrew Young Explores Family History in the Magic of Puppetry

  Something I reflect on in a lot of the personal work I create is the exploration and expression of truth. Specifically, truth when it...

Need to get through some tough stuff? Put pencil to paper.

Can you believe it: The world has spent more than eight months in this pandemic. Whether you've been stricken with the virus, lost a...

Speaking Without a Voice

What do you do when you want to share your opinion? You go online and share your thoughts within minutes. Women during the suffrage...

‘In a World of Black & White,’ Puppeteer Kallie Melvin Is...

As an intercontinental, transracial adoptee, nothing has ever been black and white for me, and I don’t think anything ever will be. I used...