This summer, the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) will open “The Lyrical Artwork of Jim Denomie,” featuring approximately 60 artworks from acclaimed Anishinaabe artist Jim Denomie (Ojibwe, Lac Courte Oreilles Band, 1955–2022). Best known for his monumental paintings, Denomie was a prolific artist whose work spanned numerous mediums. Throughout his career, he aimed a critical lens on the histories of Indigenous people and their intersections with mainstream culture.More
MINNEAPOLIS— This spring, the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) is hosting Mia After Dark, a series of after-hours food and drink events showcasing the Mia experience in new ways. Two different levels—Art & Wine After Dark, and Art & Dining After Dark—both offer unique food and drink pairings in an exclusive setting.
The Guthrie Theater recently announced it will host a 60th Anniversary Open House on Sunday, May 7, marking 60 years to the day that the theater opened in 1963.
On Aug. 24, 2023, the Walker Art Center will open “Allan Sekula: Fish Story,” Sekula’s groundbreaking nine-chapter image-based research project exploring the profound impact of the globalized shipping trade and its relationship to romantic notions of the sea.
The Walker Art Center is pleased to premiere “Divination Tools: imagine home,” a newly commissioned work by St. Paul-based choreographer, dance artist, and educator Leslie Parker.
The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) announces the exhibition “Fukuda Kodōjin: Japan’s Great Poet and Landscape Artist.” Fukuda Kodōjin (1865–1944) was among a handful of scholar-artists who continued the tradition of literati painting (nanga) after 1900.
In exchange for borrowing Mia’s The Death of Germanicus by Nicholas Poussin, the Palazzo Barberini will loan Caravaggio’s Judith and Holofernes.
On June 10, 2023, the Walker Art Center will open an exhibition of major works of modern and contemporary art gifted to the museum by Judy and Ken Dayton, which the museum described as distinguished patrons whose philanthropic legacy over the course of five decades helped to shape the Walker’s collection, with significant works by some of the most groundbreaking artists of our time.
PLYMOUTH— Primavera, Plymouth’s annual springtime celebration of the arts, is set for April 21-23 at the Plymouth Community Center, 14800 34th Ave. N.
The Minneapolis Institute of Art’s (Mia) Art in Bloom, an annual celebration featuring imaginative floral interpretations of selected works of art from Mia’s permanent collection, is returning for its 39th year April 27 – April 30, 2023.
Combining portrait photography, video, and sculpture, the exhibition examines the pressure many men feel to achieve a sculpted, perfect body. Though today’s post-Internet world offers numerous expressions of gender and desire, the reality of social media is the hyper-comparison and competition between bodies, adding to longstanding tensions around the ideal figure.
MINNEAPOLIS — The award-winning podcast The Object, produced by the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia), begins its fifth season on Monday, March 6, turning to some of the most persistent questions about art and museums.
The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) will organize and present an exhibition of about 150 of the museum’s ancient Chinese bronzes in “Eternal Offerings: Chinese Ritual Bronzes,” a collaboration with the Academy Award–winning art director and film designer Tim Yip, best known for his work on the film Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.
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MINNEAPOLIS — The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) announced the 2022 end-of-year gifts to the museum’s collection that include a group of four 19th-century Navajo textiles; a collection of 130 works of Chinese calligraphy from the 16th to the 19th century; and an array of paintings, watercolors, drawings, and pastels by major American and European artists.
MINNEAPOLIS— The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) has announced Das Fundbuero — Civics Lessons, an interactive exhibition by artist Monica Sheets that explores civic participation and the effects of history on the present.