MINNEAPOLIS— The Minnesota African American Heritage Museum and Gallery (MAAHMG) opens a new exhibition, Grandma’s Garden, with works from artist Shea Maze which he created during his artist residency with MAAHMG.
MINNEAPOLIS— The Weisman Art Museum (WAM) is presenting the exhibit “Urban Cadence” this fall. The Exhibition will be on view from Oct. 6 – Dec. 31, 2023.
MINNEAPOLIS— The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) announced today that it has acquired a lost masterpiece by renowned Spanish Baroque artist Francisco de Zurbarán (1598-1664).
MINNEAPOLIS— The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) announced that a recently conserved painting, Domenico Passignano’s The Expulsion of Adam and Eve from Paradise, will go on view in its galleries this month. Restoration work was supported by the Bank of America Art Conservation Project. The Italian painting is one of nineteen art conservation projects selected by the bank for funding in 2022.
MINNEAPOLIS— The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) announced Tuesday the appointment of its new C. Curtis Dunnavan Chief Financial Officer and Chief Audience and Engagement Officer.
The Minneapolis Institute of Art’s (Mia) upcoming installation “The last safe abortion” will highlight the work of health clinics and abortion providers that serve women and other birthing people in Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, and Ohio.
MINNEAPOLIS— This October, the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) will present “In Our Hands: Native Photography, 1890 to Now,” a major exhibition builds upon the work of Native artists, scholars, and knowledge-sharers to trace the intersecting histories of photography and First Nations, Métis, Inuit, and Native American cultures, from the Rio Grande to the Arctic Circle.
The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) will open its newest exhibition, “Revealing Threads,” this summer, featuring 30 artworks from celebrated artist, designer, and maker Tia Keobounpheng, best known for her intricately embroidered tapestries and jewelry design.
MINNEAPOLIS— The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia), in partnership with the Denver Art Museum, will open its newest exhibition, “ReVisión: Art in the Americas,” highlighting nearly 200 artworks from ancient and contemporary artists from Latin America and the United States dating from 100 BCE to today.
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.
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.