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A showstopper exhibitionWhen cooler temps and shorter days signal the Fall Arts Season in the metro area, there are many cultural activities competing for attention. As always, this column strives to … more
Standish tile artist Haruko Ruggiero always had a sense that she would develop her own “something” related to interior design and patterns. She began by fashioning together mosaics. … more
Jodi Reeb is a visual, fine artist from Minneapolis specializing in fine art abstract, collage, sculptural, contemporary, landscape, acrylic and encaustic paintings … more
By SHARON PARKERLeague of Longfellow Artists Watercolor painter Barb Morrison is excited to be joining the LoLa Art Crawl for the first time, and to be able to show off the recently renovated … more
On Saturday August 13, the Lyndale and Kingfield Neighborhood Associations hosted a Nicollet Pop-off at the Twisted Hare Salon, 3401 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55408. The main event, along with a … more
Today’s Tangletown neighborhood used to be known as Washburn Park, and the high school, library and historic water tower still bear evidence of the family that transformed the space from farm … more
Reflecting on this past week, I’m overwhelmed with gratitude. On Saturday July 23, we celebrated creativity, intuition, and community with the first Annual Art on The Edge Festival in Linden … more
The ArtCar parade gets ready to roll around Lake Harriet. The cars are interesting and the people that drive them are just as interesting. Gotta love city living…this isn’t something … more
“Nothing beats a warm summer night and live music at the bandshell,” remarked local artist Robbin Burnham, also known as WACSO (Walking Around Checking Stuff Out). “It’s … more
Carolyn Holbrook loves to bring people together to discuss difficult issues. As an educator, author and advocate for the healing power of the arts, she has spent much of her life doing just that. … more
Change Narrative, an organization bringing creative climate programming that balances science with art, empathy, and emotion led by Jothsna Harris, announces “Changing the Narrative: Climate … more
Were you able to get outside over the Fourth of July long weekend? I was lucky enough to swim in a lake, listen to loons and enjoy a picnic with friends and family. We are so fortunate to have access … more
Bread and LHENA are organizing and hosting four monthly Twin Cities Community Pop-Up Markets this summer at Mueller Park (2509 Colfax Ave. S.). The next one will be on Saturday, July 23 from 11 a.m. … more
The last 20 years has provided a technological revolution, but educational outcomes have remained largely unchanged. According to the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Minnesota has some of the … more
Sandy Forseth will be creating a chalk mandala for “Art on the Edge” in Linden Hills on Saturday, July 23. Learn more about her. Tell me a little about who Sandy is…I am a … more
A bodacious birthday bash draws far-flung fans. What took so long?To create something entirely new, never seen, touched or heard before – something that resonates deeply with the beholder … more
The 13th Minnesota Cuban Film Festival runs Thursdays, May 26-June 30, 2022 at the MSP Film in The Main (115 SE Main St., Minneapolis). For complete films lineup visit: … more
Collaborating and connecting for community, consciousness, and the curious. That’s how the conversation began between Kelly Wagner, owner of The Edge magazine and myself, Suzie Marty, owner of … more
Art-A-Whirl spans neighborhoods and disciplinesWhatever corner of the Twin Cities you live in, chances are you or someone close to you has participated as an artist or a guest in what Anna Becker, … more
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