The Minneapolis Institute of Arts presents an exhibition by encyclopedic photographer Lee Friedlander.
Legendary dancer and occasional actor Mikhail Baryshnikov was in Minneapolis this weekend for the opening of an exhibition of his photography.
Minneapolis' Theatre de la Jeune Lune is shutting down. Mounting debts at the internationally acclaimed Tony Award-winning company have led the theater's board to vote to close.
A bulletproof umbrella and a book riddled with holes don't seem to have much in common, but they are both part of a new exhibit at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design which explores time and the landscape.
New production at the Playwrights' Center in Minneapolis is trying to bring the experience of being online to the stage.
Ananya Dance Theater's new dance 'Daak,' or 'Call to Action,' takes a closer look at the land we stand on.
A new work by composer Meredith Monk opens tonight at the Walker Art Center.
The Bush Foundation is presenting its first Enduring Vision Awards. Three established mid-career artists with $100,000 each.
A new exhibition opening at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis this weekend shows that cheap and simple designs can change, and even save, lives.
The Minneapolis Institute of Arts has announced it will mount a special exhibition later this summer design to draw in attendees to the Republican National Convention.
The Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra is premiering a new work by Minnesota Orchestra conductor Osmo Vanska, called "The Bridge." It's inspired in part by the collapse of the I-35W bridge last summer.
A group of St. Paul high school teens are adding their voices to some serious discussions, and they're being heard.
A new production at the History Theatre in St. Paul brings to life the story of some very courageous women called the Radium Girls, and their important role in U.S. labor history.
It's rare to have the opportunity to see the entire body of work by a major American playwright. Even more rare to see it performed by a theater company pivotal to that playwrights development. But Twin Cities theatergoers have just that opportunity.
A ten year long dream for Asian Americans in Minnesota has received a major setback. One of the projects vetoed by Gov. Tim Pawlenty this week in the bonding bill was the Asian Pacific Cultural Center.