Locked-out musicians of the Minnesota Orchestra today issued a no-confidence vote in Orchestra President and CEO Michael Henson.
Born and raised in Duluth, Wing Young Huie is best known for his public art installations, most recently the University Avenue project, in which he turned a six-mile stretch of the thoroughfare into an outdoor photo gallery.
In its fourth year, Give to the Max Day set new records for fundraising, despite technical glitches which plagued the website for much of the day.
Thursday is Give to the Max Day, a 24-hour fundraising marathon to support some 4,000 Minnesota nonprofit organizations and schools.
William Alexander won in the category of Young People's Literature for his debut novel "Goblin Secrets." Longtime poet and author Louise Erdrich, 58, is bringing home the National Book Award for fiction for her book "The Round House."
The SPCO has moved to cancel all planned concerts through the end of the year.
In a vote today by secret ballot, the Musicians of the SPCO unanimously rejected management's latest contract proposal.
A group of community artists are working to create a more welcoming, nurturing environment for hospital patients.
Michelle Hensley's formula for creating theater -- take a compelling story and strip it to its core, give it a talented diverse cast and then bring it to the people, rather than waiting for them to show up -- has earned her national attention.
Today we're launching a new series on Minnesota Public Radio News called "Art Heroes," stories about some of Minnesota's finest artists who are also exceptional community leaders. Our first subject: Ananya Chatterjea.
Hundreds of Twin Cities' actors, photographers and musicians will gather this Sunday at the Fitzgerald Theater to mourn the loss of fellow artist Ann Marsden.
Orchestra Hall is undergoing an extensive remodel, which calls for getting rid of the iconic outdoor pipes. Orchestra staffers decided to find them some new homes.
Recently I returned from a week long trip out of town to find a new library had popped up in my neighborhood.
The orchestra announced today it's eliminating nine full time and seven part time positions which touch virtually every department, from finance and development to marketing and public relations.
In response to criticism about a lack of diversity in the Guthrie's upcoming season, the theater's Artistic Director Joe Dowling says, "Diversity is much broader than simply a snapshot of an individual season."