Highlights include the case for re-viewing performance, Claire Witt's central MN Blue Sky Project for "public made public art," and a new Rain Taxi/ presents essay, this one on Location Books.
By aE 55.1: Public Engagements
July 9, 2010

Hopkins Center for the Arts "Antipodal Encounters" (through Aug 1); in the MAEP Galleries of the MIA, in her solo show "The Voided" (July 16 - Sept. 26); "Print - Now in 3-D!" at the MN Center for Book Arts (opens July 9)

In this issue: Public Engagements

Featured articles in this issue focus on the variety of ways Minnesota artists are working actively to engage the public - not just for the sake of a moment's encounter with creative works, but to encourage people from all walks of life to deeply engage with the arts in their community. Read about Claire Witt's central Minnesota-based Blue Sky Project, which fosters the creation of "public made public art," Lightsey Darst's persuasive case for the benefits of viewing and re-viewing worthwhile performance, and Location Books' efforts to marry visual art and publishing for the sake of offering art lovers the same kind of accessibility and immediacy to emerging artists' work long familiar to readers.   

PLUS: A community art celebration two-fer - a launch party in St. Paul's Mears Park for tpt's new weekly arts series MN Original together with a celebration of the CSA (Community Supported Art) program by and Springboard for the Arts

MN Artists