Black Table Arts founder Keno Evol says he opened the arts cooperative in south Minneapolis as an extension of the recent local racial justice movement
The arts cooperative, founded this year by a local poet, aims to serve as a joyful, educational hub and extension of the local racial justice movement

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“What to Send Up When It Goes Down” Returns to Pillsbury...

The play of songs and vignettes surrounding Black joy and anti-Blackness is back after an acclaimed run
Black Table Arts founder Keno Evol says he opened the arts cooperative in south Minneapolis as an extension of the recent local racial justice movement

Black Table Arts Co-op Fuels Black Creativity in South Minneapolis

The arts cooperative, founded this year by a local poet, aims to serve as a joyful, educational hub and extension of the local racial justice movement
A still from Rachel Lime's "Voyager 3" music video

Rachel Lime Made One of the Boldest Local Albums of the...

The artist's Minnesota-made debut, "A.U.," explores themes of loneliness, longing, and her Korean heritage

Fall Arts, 2021-22: Theater, Music, and More in the Twin Cities

Our finest stages and museums welcome back audiences for another season of entertainment
A Black Lives Matter mural on Plymouth Avenue in Minneapolis

Meet Artists Behind the “Black Lives Matter” Street Mural

On Plymouth Avenue in Minneapolis, the Minnesota African American Heritage Museum hosted a massive undertaking

Interview: Dua Saleh on Creating Music While Processing Trauma

The Twin Cities artist tackles gender identity and police brutality in new recordings
 

“What to Send Up When It Goes Down” Returns to Pillsbury...

The play of songs and vignettes surrounding Black joy and anti-Blackness is back after an acclaimed run
Comedian Jon Savitt is back in the Twin Cities with a pandemic-inspired show with games, trivia, and probably other amusing things

Games and Late-Night TV Inspire Local Comedian’s Latest Show

Jon Savitt’s “Never Too Late” at the Phoenix Theater draws from pandemic restlessness in a show of trivia, conversation, and other amusing things
The Guthrie Theater hopes to welcome audiences back to the McGuire Proscenium Stage this year

How Twin Cities Theaters Are Slowly Coming Back

After a year in limbo, three major metro theater organizations are finally ready to raise curtains

Resources to Fight Anti-Asian Racism in Minnesota

How to report hate incidents and support racial justice work for the Asian American and Pacific Islander community
 
A still from Rachel Lime's "Voyager 3" music video

Rachel Lime Made One of the Boldest Local Albums of the...

The artist's Minnesota-made debut, "A.U.," explores themes of loneliness, longing, and her Korean heritage

Charlie Parr Links Up With Smithsonian for Latest Album

The Duluth musician discusses songwriting, mental and physical health, and "Last of the Better Days Ahead," out July 30

First Avenue Announces More Than 50 New Shows

After a year without live music, the venue is welcoming artists back with events across the Twin Cities

Highway 80: Bob Dylan’s Birthday Milestone

A huge moment for most humans is just another day for the Minnesota-born legend
 
Seddiqui in New York City

Travel Writer’s Cross-Country Journey Lands in the Twin Cities

Making a unique piece of art in every major city, Daniel Seddiqui plans to hit up the American Swedish Institute, Mall of America, and the Minnesota State Fair

New 22-Foot-Tall Abstract Sculptures Await at Anderson Center

Artist Perci Chester celebrates the arrival of her newest creation, “Film Noir Ensemble,” at the Red Wing arts destination
Skyline Mini Golf is back for summer 2021 at the Walker Art Center, with two new holes in collaboration with Native Youth Arts Collective

Native American Artists Share Inspiration for Skyline Mini-Golf Holes

The Walker Art Center collaborated with the Native Youth Arts Collective on two new artist-designed holes
An exhibit about stillness opens at the Walker, including Franz Erhard Walther's "Definierter Ort, beweglich Ziele (Defined Place, Mobile Targets)"

Weekend Best Bets: May 13-16

Your guide to this weekend around the Twin Cities: Art-A-Whirl, the MSP Film Society's global fest, a Sculpture Garden event, the outdoor Twin Cities Auto Show, and more
 

Party Pics: Constellation Fund’s Bright Night at First Avenue

The free virtual event raised more than $2 million from 235 donations in just 90 minutes

Party Pics: Sanneh Foundation’s Gala 4 Goals 2021

For the first time ever, the Gala 4 Goals fundraiser was held in a virtual format
Jackie Boucher

Party Pics: HeartLink Gala 2019

For Children’s HeartLink’s 50th anniversary, medical experts showed out for an event that raised $1 million
Dr. Judy Eckerle

Party Pics: FashionFest

On a night of designer looks, FashionFest raised more than $480,000 for pediatric services