Euan Kerr Feature Archive

Minnesota Public Radio's Euan Kerr and Stephanie Curtis discuss "World War Z" in this week's Cube Critics. (06/21/2013)
The largest modern show of Maya artifacts opens at the Science Museum of Minnesota. It explores the complex society which built huge cities across Central America over a millennium ago. (06/21/2013)
Groundbreaking begins Wednesday on a $79 million concert hall at the Ordway Center for Performing Arts. Major arts groups from St. Paul will gather this morning for a ceremony marking the moment. (06/19/2013)
Early birds walking around the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden this morning witnessed Tim Antilla giving a quick lick of paint to the spoon part of Claes Oldenburg's iconic Spoonbridge and Cherry. (06/18/2013)
The weekend is upon us and Cube Critics, Stephanie Curtis the Movie Maven and arts reporter Euan Kerr, expound on the gross-out humor of "This is the End." (06/14/2013)
The question of whether the Minnesota Orchestra should return almost a million dollars in state aid because of the ongoing musicians lockout was raised Thursday after a report from the Legislative Auditor. (06/13/2013)
If it walks like a horse and talks like a horse, and looks like a horse, especially from a distance, does that make it a horse? In the case of Joey the war horse the answer is no -- and yes. (06/12/2013)
It was a surprise Monday when the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra announced that violinist Kyu-Young Kim, who in February announced he was leaving after winning a spot on the New York Philharmonic, is now staying to become the SPCO's senior director of artistic planning. (06/10/2013)
Steve Dietz tells a story about the first Northern Spark. It was three years ago, and as artistic director he was scheduled to say a few words to open the event. The problem was, he didn't know if anyone would be there to listen to what he said. (06/07/2013)
Minnesota Public Radio's Stephanie Curtis discusses "The Kings of Summer" in this week's Cube Critics video. Curtis said the familiar story is goes from hackneyed to a gem in the hands of director Jordan Vogt-Roberts. (06/07/2013)
A highlight of this year's Northern Spark Festival will be the burning of a full-sized replica of a Marcel Breuer-designed house. St. Paul artist Chris Larson is mounting the project not only as homage, but also as passing the torch from modernism to architecture of the future. (06/07/2013)
A California rancher is presenting the Minneapolis Institute of Art with a Japanese art collection worth $25 million. The collection of almost 1,700 works spans a thousand years of Japanese history. (06/04/2013)
Arts reporter Euan Kerr says moviegoers might want to ignore "After Earth" and embrace "Stories We Tell." (05/31/2013)
MPR Arts Reporter and Cube Critic Euan Kerr joins Steve Seel and Jill Riley to talk about the new Will Smith sci-fi film and about a new documentary by Canadian filmmaker Sarah Polley. (05/31/2013)
Locked-out musicians of the Minnesota Orchestra will perform at a sold-out farewell concert in Minneapolis Friday featuring four players who are leaving Minnesota for other cities. (05/31/2013)