The spatial, sculptural and psychological dimensions of sound are the focus of a new exhibition at the Minnesota Museum of American Art in St. Paul. Organizers of "Sound in Art/Art in Sound" say it's designed to bring the background noise of our lives into the foreground of our consciousness.
More than a year after the death of its founder and president, Bob Feldman, St. Paul-based Red House Records is still going strong, and embracing the digital age.
Walker Art Center Director Kathy Halbreich is stepping down after 16 years at the helm of one of the country's foremost contemporary art museums.
The 2002 education reform act No Child Left Behind has earned praise for bringing more accountability to public schools. But some say it elevates certain subject areas at the expense of others. One subject critics say the act has "left behind" is arts education.
A new documentary follows a group of female amateur boxers from Northeast Minneapolis and explores how the sport changes them as athletes and individuals.
The Minnesota Book Awards is inviting readers to vote for their favorite Minnesota book of 2006.
The book with the most votes wins the Readers' Choice Award, which will be presented at the annual Minnesota Book Awards Gala on May 5 in St. Paul.
Painting by numbers was a fad in the '50s. Now these paintings are becoming collectors' items. One local artist is putting part of his collection up for sale in Minneapolis.
The Twin Cities indie rock band Army Defense has hundreds of songs in its recording vault. But chances are you won't hear any of them. That's because the only fans Army Defense members truly want to please are each other.
An exhibition that's about to open at the Weisman Art Museum explores a pivotal period in Bob Dylan's career, a time that includes his Minnesota years. It reveals a lot about Dylan's ability to transform himself as an artist.
Football fanatics still have another week before their big day, Super Bowl Sunday, arrives. But for fans of a certain kind of accordion, the biggest bowl event of the year happens Saturday in Blaine, Minnesota -- the Concertina Bowl.
An award-winning experimental theater group called Off-Leash Area aims to pack an emotional wallop without using a lot of words.
The Science Museum of Minnesota has launched an exhibition that attempts to deconstruct one of America's thorniest issues -- race.
Buoyed by last session's support for an arts share in a constitutional amendment, the State Arts Board aims to restore funding to pre-2003 levels.
When was the last time a group of well bundled wassailers rang your doorbell and started singing songs of the season? We've found evidence that the tradition of Christmas caroling is hanging in there, at least in the Twin Cities.
In addition to all the Nutcrackers, Scrooge at the Guthrie, the Grinch at the Children's Theatre Company and some singers dreaming of a White Christmas at the Ordway, there are some unusual holiday stage shows that may be flying below your radar.