Community upset over defaced sculpture Residents of St. Paul's east side are trying to figure out how to deal with what police are treating as a hate crime. Several weeks ago, vandals swept through a local park and defaced a popular sculpture.August 6, 2008
Mikhail Baryshnikov, photographer Legendary dancer and occasional actor Mikhail Baryshnikov was in Minneapolis this weekend for the opening of an exhibition of his photography.June 22, 2008
The ugly side of 'America the Beautiful' Film maker Darryl Roberts wanted to explore America's obsession with beauty. His documentary "American the Beautiful" became a scathing indictment.June 19, 2008
Artists go with the Flow at MCAD 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.June 18, 2008
When bridge-building becomes art Painter Scott Lloyd Anderson says he couldn't bear to go and look at the collapsed 35W bridge. It was just too tragic. Nowadays though, he's over at the construction site regularly, painting pictures of the new bridge.June 11, 2008
New exhibit features Alec Soth's Mississippi photos A new exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts features the work of Minneapolis photographer Alec Soth. "Sleeping by the Mississippi" is a collection of large photographic prints that were originally published in a book by the same name. MPR's Cathy Wurzer took a tour of the exhibit recently.June 5, 2008
Junk meets art to play golf This weekend, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis launches a summerlong celebration of the 20th anniversary of its sculpture garden. There will be exhibits, a huge "Rock the Garden" concert, and a brand new mini-golf course.
Fourteen teams of designers, architects, painters, sculptors and other creative types each built green-themed holes.May 22, 2008