This fall Radio Gallery is in the field speaking with Minnesota artists in their own spaces, at shows, galleries and in their own studios. Lynn Speaker will be joining us this week from her studio in the Grain Belt Bottling House in Northeast Minneapolis.
The mission of mnartists.org is to improve the lives of Minnesota artists and provide access to and engagement with Minnesotas arts culture.
MN Original is PBS channel TPT's Weekly Series Celebrating Minnesotas Creative Community
This exhibition features four male/female pairs of artists working in four distinct artistic genres. The purpose of the exhibit is to stimulate the audience and open them to more meaningful questions about male or female views.
Coming to Saint Catherine's University
, St. Paul, MN, Fall of 2012.
Local Artist Interviews exists to create exposure and opportunities for Minnesota artists and organizations through interviews, grants, and networking.
Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association (NEMAA) is a non-profit arts agency with the mission of promoting and supporting the quality and diversity of artistic resources based in Northeast Minneapolis to benefit the greater community.
My studio in the Grain Belt Bottling House is located in the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District.
Anything, visible or invisible, may be contemplated. However, some things tend to draw the contemplative eye more closely than others.
Marianne Combs is a reporter for MPR's Arts Desk, covering everything from theater and dance to fashion and architecture.
WARM: Where women artists connect, learn and thrive.
The longest-lived art colony in Minnesota, the Grand Marais Art Colony, began in 1947 as a summer refuge for artists seeking study in the wilderness. Birney Quick, one of the region's acclaimed artists and a faculty member from the Minneapolis School of Art (now the Minneapolis College of Art and Design), came to this remote town of Grand Marais, located along Lake Superior, 40 miles from the Canadian border, to create the Outdoor School of Painting. With support from MSA, Birney became the first director and instructor, developing a strong artistic vision which has allowed the Colony to evolve and flourish even after his death in 1981.