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Hawona Sullivan Janzen Tells Untold Stories

Hawona Sullivan Janzen has been saved many times by art - and she believes that many people living in the midst of our painful...

Virtual Event: ART IS… In Search Of

  Chamindika Wanduragala is a multidisciplinary artist who brought together three artists working in puppetry. Kallie Melvin delves into the complexities of being a transnational adoptee. Andrew Young’s...

Discover the Origins of Minnesota’s Own Grand Racist Opera

This is the weirdest story you'll probably learn for a while. And yet it's all true. In 1928, Minnesota hosted an original opera performance attended...

Junauda Petrus-Nasah Creates a World of Radical Whimsy in Her Art

For Junauda Petrus-Nasah, our world is at a critical creative moment. Though Junauda’s work has long revolved around her vision for racial equity, she...

Minnesota Portraits: A Conversation with Dominique Serrand

Artist, performer, director, Dominque Serrand discusses the origins and humble beginnings of the renowned company he helped to start, Theatre de la Jeune Lune....

Take a Listen to Reinaldo Moya’s Minnesota-Latino Opera

  It was by chance that Reinaldo Moya fell in love with classical music. Growing up in a working-class neighborhood in Caracas, Venezuela, Moya's two older...

Comic Relief in a Time of Coronavirus Anxiety

When Minneapolis comedian Ali Sultan put out the word on his Facebook feed that he was doing an online open mic comedy hour, I...

A pandemic walks into our lives… But we still need a...

If a certain trace of hopelessness invades some corner of your day, it's no wonder: We are living through a pandemic the likes of...

Minnesota Niche: LARP House

Sure, many of us grow up role-playing alternate realities that revolve around fantasies of, say, being stranded in the woods or discovering a new...

Kevin Kling and a One-Way Ticket to the MN State Fair

  Kevin Kling and TPT go WAY back. Kevin first appeared on Almanac as a young performer in the summer of 1985. For the past...