How much earnest politics does it take to ruin a good print?

Find out at this year's Jerome Emerging Printmakers Exhibition

Art Review: Obvious Goes Elegant at Form + Content

Jim Dryden's new solo show is didactic, politically-motivated—and pretty darn good.

New Minneapolis Window Installation Opens Dialogue About White Supremacy

If you’ve passed by Minnesota Center for Book Arts (MCBA) recently, there’s no way you could miss its newest installation. Plastered across every inch...

School Fundraiser: Hipster Parent Edition

Forget do-gooder earnestness. The 11th annual Mary Arts Gala is actually a pretty great party.
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
Leslie Barlow

Fall Arts 2020: Leslie Barlow’s Vivid Portraits Explore Mixed-Race Identity

The Minneapolis-based artist has responded to the police killing of George Floyd with intimate murals

Our Favorite Tribal Color Historians Pop Up in Lake of the Isles

Tynan Kerr and Andrew Mazorol anchor a new group show at Bockley Gallery

What in the World is a TuckUnder?

Minneapolis's most mysterious art space mounts an installation in a raspberry patch
Seitu Jones is Two Stars' mentor for the Forecast project for the Midway Public Art

Q&A: The Rise of Artist Angela Two Stars in the Twin Cities

Two Stars plans to dig into Minnesota’s landscape, history, and current events with commissions and sculptural works

New Skate Park, New Era for North Minneapolis Nonprofit

Juxtaposition Arts' plaza uses a space that would have gone to waste—and that's just the start of the nonprofit's mission