by   March 12, 2007

This archive will link you to all the articles in issue 1, volume 1 of mnArtsWeekly.
MnArtsWeekly 1.1: Introduction
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Welcome to the start of something new.

What Light: This Week’s Poem: Michelle Storm
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"What Light: This Week's Poem," sponsored by Magers and Quinn Booksellers, brings you a poem every week by a Minnesota poet, selected by a panel of writers and publishers. Look for our new anthology at Magers and Quinn soon.

Mix Tape: Happy Musician: Oxymoron?
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Chris Godsey talks to Dave Mehling, who's just released a much-anticipated CD, "How Do I Make You Lonesome?" Perplexingly, Mehling is incredibly sane.

In Performance: Weird Fowl: The Swan
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Jaime Kleiman reviews "The Swan" at the Jungle Theater (through March 11). She wonders whether ornithology at such close quarters would really be much fun . . .

Outland: Seeing Beck
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Deb Wallwork's interview introduces us to the work of a longtime Western Minnesota printmaker; the film "Seeing Beck," by Wallwork and Mike Hazard, takes us further.

Radio mnartists: Sean Smuda
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Producer Marya Morstad continues the Radio mnartists series of podcasts and KFAI radio interviews with Minnesota artists. Listen to her interview with photographer Sean Smuda.

In the Galleries: Dark Matter: Rollin Marquette at MIA
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Glenn Gordon reviews "Rollin Marquette: New Sculpture," in the Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program (MAEP) Galleries at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts through March 18. It's spectacular.

Some Assembly Required: Episode 163
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Some Assembly Required is a weekly focus on sample-based music and audio art. Host Jon Nelson explores the world of sound collage via this weekly podcast of his nationally syndicated radio program.

Thinking Souls: Interview with Abigail Garner
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Shannon Gibney interviews Abigail Garner, who became a writer to tell a certain story.

Behind the Scenes: When Good Arts Advocacy Becomes Dishonest, and What You Can Do About It
Click here for article Michael Fallon gives a lucid critique of typical arts advocacy, and makes a good case for a different kind. Attend Arts Advocacy Day, March 8, and see what it's all about.