Pao Houa Her’s Photography Finds Greater Truths

With an exhibit opening at the Walker this month, Pao Houa Her continues a conceptual journey through the lens of her camera
VeeCon mural at US Bank Stadium

VeeCon Review: Is It Real or Is It …?

The virtual world of NFTs makes for a real-world get-together

Art-A-Whirl Returns

Details on the 2022 iteration of northeast Minneapolis’ yearly chance to show off hundreds of art studios, galleries, and small businesses  
Woman in Pink artpiece

Tips to Make the Most of Art-A-Whirl

Our Aesthetic Editor Jerrod Sumner Offers Ways to Enjoy the Weekend Festivities
The filmmakers on the set of 'Freshwater'

‘Freshwater’ Film Captures Lake Superior’s Surf Culture

A Minneapolis-based film studio stresses the lake's ecological significance in a documentary filmed during the pandemic
The internet-famous Nyan Cat in

The Real NFT Question: Can Data Be Art?

NFTs will have their Minneapolis moment at VeeCon in May

‘Avenues of Creation’ Exhibit Expresses Ojibwe Pride

Artist and designer Steven Premo highlights narratives of the Mille Lacs Ojibwe people at All My Relations Arts this month

Botticelli Comes to the Minneapolis Institute of Art

Mia will stage "one of the most comprehensive" Botticelli exhibits in the U.S. starting this October
David Hockney, "Gregory in the Pool" (1983)

5 Art Exhibits to See This Month in the Twin Cities

From "tree mannequins" and Japanese ceramics to Russian realism and poolside meditations

MSP Film Society Kicks Off 2021 Cine Latino Festival

This is the ninth annual film festival celebrating the work of Latinx and Iberian filmmakers