“Tangible Thoughts Open Mic,” part of the Tangible arts collective, is a monthly event for Black artists and activists.
The show hosted a casting call near the University of Minnesota last week. Season two of “Love Island USA” will air May 21 on CBS.
The Loring Collective is in the process of becoming a certified, queer-led arts nonprofit.
Students and alumni use creativity to keep mental health struggles at bay.
The play will show at Bryant-Lake Bowl & Theater Feb. 28 – March 7.
“I’m always trying to make sure that I’m injecting as much diversity in my veins as I can so that my sound isn’t bogged down to one thing,” Saleh said. “I just enjoy listening to different genres of music for my personal mental health and joy.”
Iraqi-born artist Wafaa Bilal will begin his fellowship at the Weisman Art Museum next academic year.
Ethan Buck uses ethically made materials to give back to charities and the planet.
Wondra's ethereal photos combine bright colors while challenging traditional beauty standards.
Maddy Buck uses simple illustrations to explain even the most complex legal situations.