In this issue: Milestones
This week's access+ENGAGE - our 100th issue of the e-journal, if you can believe it! - features two particularly insightful essays: a conversation between artist and writer Ann Klefstad and independent curator Patricia Briggs on the complex weave of relationships, light and dark, that make a family, and an essay by Andy Sturdevant reflecting on the lifespan of the upstart art 'zine, ARP!
- HOMEPAGE: Highlights include essays around the life and death of ARP! and the Tweed's new family-themed exhibition, You and Yours; also look for a review of the latest dance works by Chris Yon & Judy Bauerlein/Johanna Meyer, and a new round-up of podcast episodes from Some Assembly Required
- NEWS YOU CAN USE: A wide array of artist opportunities in every discipline, drawn from mnartists.org's community bulletin board
- YOU ARE HERE: A bevy of late summer festivals, including the Fringe Festival and a weekend of art fairs in Uptown, Loring Park, and Powderhorn Park; plus new exhibitions, film, music, literary events and symposia all over the state
PLUS: Community Supported Art (CSA) is taking artist submissions for season two of the popular program