Artworks
Multidisciplinary Event
2018
Multidisciplinary Event
2017
Multidisciplinary/ Performance
2017
Annual Gallery Pass for Artists
2011
Public Program
2016
Public Programs
2016
Public Program
2015
Public Program
2015
Public Program
2015
Public Program
2015
Public Program
2015
Public Program
2015
Public Program
2015
Public Program and Podcast
6-8 pm
2014
Public Program
2010-present
Public Program
Summer 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2014
Public Program
2011-present
Boutique
2011-present
Public Program
8:58 pm until 5:26 am
2013
Public Program
2013
Lecture
2012
Public Program
2011
ArtPrize Pitch Night 2016 Venue
2016

Comments Section: Curating the Internet

Public Program
2016

Activity

  • Helen holds a polaroid of herself at the "Window to the West" streetside photo and painting exhibit at the Esmond Hotel, West Duluth, MN. Photo: Tim White. In July of 2018, as part of the Local Practice series on Mn Artists, artists Bethany Lacktorin and Nik Nerburn gathered in a Google Doc to discuss how their story-based work engages with the contours of local culture, through a range of mediums including sound, performance, film, and photography. What follows is both an informal conversation …
  • Helen holds a polaroid of herself at the "Window to the West" streetside photo and painting exhibit at the Esmond Hotel, West Duluth, MN. Photo: Tim White. In July of 2018, as part of the Local Practice series on Mn Artists, artists Bethany Lacktorin and Nik Nerburn gathered in a Google Doc to discuss how their story-based work engages with the contours of local culture, through a range of mediums including sound, performance, film, and photography. What follows is both an informal conversation …
  • Helen holds a polaroid of herself at the "Window to the West" streetside photo and painting exhibit at the Esmond Hotel, West Duluth, MN. Photo: Tim White. In July of 2018, as part of the Local Practice series on Mn Artists, artists Bethany Lacktorin and Nik Nerburn gathered in a Google Doc to discuss how their story-based work engages with the contours of local culture, through a range of mediums including sound, performance, film, and photography. What follows is both an informal conversation …
  • Mn Artists, the Walker’s platform for local artists, brings its online network live and into the museum. Connect with local artists of all disciplines, and engage with the questions driving the Minnesota arts community. Choosing Home: A Right, A Privilege or an Act of Trespass, was a one-night “visual inquiry” in which guest curator/collaborator Jovan C. Speller activated the Walker Art Center’s public spaces. In this multidisciplinary presentation, artists/collaborators Dyani White Ha…
  • Some questions without answers, conversational flashcards by Nicole Lavelle. Photo: Mary Welcome, 2018. To get from Granite Falls to Fergus Falls, Minnesota, you drive highway 59 almost all the way. This road winds through small towns of varying sizes, around lakes, through farm fields and rolling hills as the landscape begins to transition from prairie to woodlands. I recently drove this road between two of my heart-homes[1] on my way to meet my friend, Mary Welcome— another itinerant, place-…
  • Some questions without answers, conversational flashcards by Nicole Lavelle. Photo:Mary Welcome, 2018. To get from Granite Falls to Fergus Falls, Minnesota, you drive highway 59 almost all the way. This road winds through small towns of varying sizes, around lakes, through farm fields and rolling hills as the landscape begins to transition from prairie to woodlands. I recently drove this road between two of my heart-homes[1] on my way to meet my friend, Mary Welcome— another itinerant, place-b…
  • About Editorial Submissions: Mn Artists invites a series of rotating guest editors to publish original arts writing for three months at a time. Each guest editor brings their own unique perspective, network of writers, and publishing concept. Writers who are interested in publishing writing for Mn Artists should note that the tone and direction of the publication shifts significantly several times a year, so take a look at the most recent published articles to see how your work might fit in. Ea…
  • MetroSketchers: Four Years and Counting Over a hundred sketches by the Twin Cities MetroSketchers will be exhibited during the month of February at the Black Dog Cafe in Lowertown, Saint Paul. The MetroSketchers meet every month to sketch Minneapolis and Saint Paul. Come see your favorite places sketched by local artists! The reception for the exhibition will take place at the Black Dog after its opening as an event during Lowertown First Friday on Friday, February 6, 2015, 6-10pm Black Dog …
  • Emily Gastineau updated the Artwork Artist Pass
    The Mn Artists Pass program offers local artists especially affordable, year-round access to the Walker Art Center. Active Mn Artists members working in all disciplines are eligible to apply for the $25 annual pass, which includes the following benefits: Unlimited free admission to the Walker Art Center galleries Discounts on select Walker and Mn Artists events Tuition discounts for Mn Artists workshops and lectures Special ticket offers to select Walker lectures, workshops, and performing a…