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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...

MN Hardcore, Episode 1: Backstory

  Welcome to episode 1 of Minnesota Hardcore, a new documentary web series focused on the years 1980 to 1985. This episode travels back in...

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...

Is the Land O’Lakes Maiden a Racist Trope or Symbol of...

  High-profile Minnesota dairy brand Land O'Lakes made national headlines in April 2020 (not easy to do during a pandemic) when it quietly removed the...

A Recent Exhibit Showcased ‘Portraits’ at Norway House

  John Kaul has been witnessing history at the Minnesota State Capitol for half a century as a staffer and lobbyist, but this spring he...

A Local Initiative Aims to Catalog George Floyd-Inspired Murals for Future...

  A new initiative by the University of St. Thomas is archiving hundreds of murals in the Twin Cities and across the world to help...

Chalk Art May Become Dust in the Wind, But It Still...

In 1977, the band Kansas released "Dust in the Wind." If you are of a certain age, then you grew up with this song...

Art Drives to a Minnesota Neighborhood Near You

  Printmaker Ruthann Godollei has a rich history with artful transportation, all the way back to the childhood bike she painted. As an adult, she traded two...

King Kong, Minnesota. Population: Mario.

  Can Minnesota lay claim to the giant beast AND the Nintendo icon? Yes, but only in the most indirect and Minnesotan of ways. Buckle...

Wondering how to cope with COVID-19? Try coloring.

  When news of the coronavirus became more worrisome, Tia Keobounpheng picked up a pen. A jewelry artist by trade, Keobounpheng returns to a simple form...