Blackmospheres. This is the word director Keno Evol uses to describe the gatherings that take place through his nonprofit, Black Table Arts.
Twin Cities Veg Fest is an event that ignites overwhelming excitement, sending butterflies to a vegan’s stomach as they walk through the gates.
Some musical artists have the ability to influence an entire generation. Mac Miller is one of them.
Walking into the Minneapolis Central Library, you hear an unfamiliar buzz of conversation echoing off the walls of the otherwise quiet place. You go up the escalator and are immediately greeted with tables of original art, an infinite number of stickers and proud, smiling faces. This is the Twin Cities Zine Fest.
The Soo Visual Arts Center in Lyn-Lake has opened both of its back gallery spaces to one artist for the first time ever — University of Minnesota alumnus Christopher Selleck’s exhibit, “This is a Record,” will fill the space with a range of visual art.
Whatever trail you choose, Minnesota State Parks have forged a jam-packed schedule of fall outdoor adventures that are all within one hour of campus. Take a break from the classrooms, pack your boots and get out to these four commute-friendly state parks.
Surely, if you live in the Twin Cities, you’re familiar with the Minneapolis Institute of Art, the Walker Art Center and the Weisman Art Museum. But have you heard of the Better World Museum? Located in the City Center building, this gallery space is the brainchild of artist Paige Dansinger.
The inside flap of the debut essay collection by musician, writer and University of Minnesota philosophy alumna Dessa states she “defies category.” “My Own Devices” reflects this defiance. It begins with a narrative overview, which is followed by a glossary of rap definitions and character descriptions. We hear a story before we know how to define it.
University of Minnesota alumna Anna Marie Shogren is always glad to get her heart rate up. She did just that on Friday, positioning herself back at her alma mater for the night to perform at WAM-O-Rama.
After asking the crowd, “Do you want to get some alcohol?” on Friday night, FIDLAR got a response charged with mosh pits and crowd surfers.
SALES’ sold-out Wednesday night show was highly anticipated among lovers of indie pop. Fans who'd missed the window to buy tickets flocked to the event’s Facebook page, hopelessly begging for a way in.
It’s the night before the first day of class. You’re planning the outfit that’ll impress the crush you think is in your class this semester ... but you’ve worn all this stuff before. Well, time to hit the streets and purchase the hottest ‘fits of fall 2018 right in the University of Minnesota’s backyard.
As a native of Iowa — which has its own extravagant state fair tradition — I was not planning on attending this year’s Minnesota State Fair, assuming that all state fairs are practically identical.
Waking from hibernation after a year filled with solo projects, beloved Minnesota rap crew Doomtree is getting back together this Friday, Sept. 7. for Doomtree Forest, a night of everything local — from the food trucks to the Familia Skateshop HQ venue to, of course, the music.
As the Patrick and Aimee Butler Curator of Paintings at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, creating an exhibit championing artists from Chicago had been on Robert Cozzolino's mind for a long time.
If you’re new to the Twin Cities, exploring can be a little intimidating. Do you stay on campus and see a football game? Take the Green Line to downtown St. Paul? Support some of the art students on campus or hit up a happy hour?
The project that followed became “The Section of Disapproved Books,” an exhibit opening at the Weisman Art Museum on Sept. 8. The exhibit's shelves house the banned books and attendees are invited to flip through them.