Including an essay on jazz by Jeremy Walker, a review of two recent exhibitions at the Minneapolis Photo Center, a haunting poem by mnLIT finalist Colleen Coyne, and a charming primer-cum-tribute to the work of acclaimed artist Kinji Akagawa
By aE 62.2: Roots and Wings
February 25, 2011

Credit: Installation view of O, a new project by Sean Connaughty. On view through March 19 at XYandZ Gallery in Minneapolis. (Photo by Eric Melzer)

In this issue: Roots and Wings

Our featured writers and artists are particularly concerned with the big questions, tying art with place and purpose, heaven and hell, and various "intersubjectivities." Of special note is the latest piece on jazz by pianist and composer Jeremy Walker; it's candid and eloquent, and just a wonderful read. In other news: access+ENGAGE will be going on hiatus for a few weeks while I'm on maternity leave, but will be back in early May.

PLUS: Minnesota Citizens for the Arts urges you to make your voice heard at Arts Advocacy Day 2011

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