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Lightsey Darst on Tere O'Connor Dance at American Dance Festival. Twin Cities audiences will have a chance to see the work in person at Walker Art Center in March 2015.
The solo animates a dancer in obsessive, sometimes hyperbolic, always personal ways. Linda Shapiro looks into the past and present of the form and talks with recent McKnight fellows about the program's uniquely dancer-driven process of creating new work.
A new one-man show by Hiroshima-native Masanari Kawahara unpacks the relationship between Little Boy, the atom bomb dropped on the Japanese city in 1945, and Kawahara, himself, as a child to explore the tangle of violence and compassion connecting them.
The Creative City Challenge-winning installation, "Balancing Ground," in downtown Minneapolis takes its cues from barn-raisings, playgrounds, and chapels to create a site for both play and quiet contemplation. Is it trying to do too much?
For this episode of our monthly podcast on the craft of comedy, host Levi Weinhagen talks with storyteller, "Wits" writer and improv comic, Mike Fotis.
Handmade Finnish ryijy rugs offer an alternative to tech-driven cultural futures, showcasing the fertile vein of aesthetic possibilities that are, coincidentally, rooted in the myth and artistic traditions of the deep past.
The Walker Art Center and mnartists.org are excited to offer a new program to provide access, recognition, and benefits to local artists.
Click here to learn more about the Artist Pass!