MnArts magazine

Jan 12, 2009
MnArts Magazine: January 2009
Susannah Schouweiler, Editor

2008 YEAR IN REVIEW by citizens of MN's arts community, plus reviews of new exhibitions, artist profiles, and more.
Dec 1, 2008
MnArts Magazine: December 2008
Susannah Schouweiler, Editor

The holidays are here, with craft fairs and specially themed theater and dance performances; look for profiles of author David Schwartz, artist and educator Ann Ledy, and a diary from Art Basel Miami by artist Sean Smuda.
Nov 10, 2008
MnArts Magazine: November 2008
Susannah Schouweiler

This month's featured articles include: one artist's obsessive accounting of the human face of the Iraq war, drawings by Frank Big Bear, Jon Ferguson's take on "Animal Farm," and much more.
Oct 6, 2008
MnArts Magazine: October 2008
Susannah Schouweiler, editor

With the election right around the corner, this month's features focus on art in the public (and political) sphere: Vote Yes!, the burgeoning art scene in Red Wing, and more.
Sep 1, 2008
MnArts Magazine: September 2008
Susannah Schouweiler, editor

Featured articles this month focus on graphic design, from a mini-history of gallery exhibition fliers to a profile of the design team behind Studio on Fire.
Aug 4, 2008
MnArts Magazine: August 2008
Susannah Schouweiler, editor

This month's featured articles center on Minnesota's music scene--from the resurgence of vinyl to a profile of Somali-born MC Free One. ALSO: special review coverage of the 2008 Fringe Festival
Jul 7, 2008
MnArts Magazine: July 2008
Susannah Schouweiler, editor

This month's articles showcase a variety of performance-focused offerings, from improv to traditional repertory theater and dance, as well as an elegy for the soon-to-be-closed Jeune Lune Theater.
Jun 2, 2008
MnArts Magazine: June 2008
Susannah Schouweiler, editor

This month's features cover the growth of homegrown cinema with filmmaker profiles and a look into the business of making movies in MN. PLUS: reviews of new exhibitions and performance and the summer MNfashion FLASH winners
May 5, 2008
MnArts Magazine: May 2008
Susannah Schouweiler, editor

A new issue of 10,000 Arts, co-published by and The Rake magazine, is hot off the presses! In honor of the occasion, this month's highlighted MnArts articles offer unexpected angles of approach for the slippery notion of "community."
Apr 8, 2008
MnArts Magazine: April 2008
Susannah Schouweiler, editor

For April, in honor of poetry month, we're tipping our hat to homegrown literature--with lots of author interviews, book reviews, and a survey of some of the offerings emerging from Minnesota's flourishing indie lit mag scene.
Mar 3, 2008
MnArts magazine: March 2008
Susannah Schouweiler, editor

This month we're paying special attention to design, from furniture to fashion and iconic classics which marry everyday function with beautiful form. Also: reviews of Paul Shambroom and Sample Night Live, a profile of TalkingImageConnection and much more.
Feb 5, 2008
MnArts Magazine: February 2008
Susannah Schouweiler, editor

This month articles pay homage to the richly varied performance scene in Minnesota and especially to those artists who step outside convention to make shows on their own terms. And, offers a fond goodbye to Project Director Kathleen Kvern.
Jan 7, 2008
MnArts magazine: January 2008
Susannah Schouweiler, editor

We kicked off 2008 with a bang: January's highlights included a featured forum on the state of arts criticism in MN and articles on innovators in both traditional and avant garde art forms along with a PR toolkit for dancers and choreographers.
Dec 4, 2007
MnArts magazine: December 2007
Susannah Schouweiler, editor

Featured articles explore the intersections between the mind's hidden byways and the creative impulse.
Nov 27, 2007
MnArtsWeekly 1.38
Susannah Schouweiler, editor

This week's featured articles take on the cult of Frida and explore the tangled psychological intrigue lurking behind Jade Townsend's recent installation at the ART OF THIS.
Nov 19, 2007
MnArtsWeekly 1.37
Susannah Schouweiler, Editor

It's all about borrowing, repurposing, and mashing up this week beginning with The Festival of Appropriation, presented by and hosted by The Soap Factory through November 30.
Nov 12, 2007
MnArtsWeekly 1.36
Susannah Schouweiler, Editor

This week we're investigating ambivalence, ambiguities, and the uncertain ground between hope and cynicism. For the brave of heart, there's fertile ground in the tension that lies there.
Nov 5, 2007
MnArtsWeekly 1.35
Susannah Schouweiler, Editor

This week's articles expand the conversation on those cultural intersections which link Minnesota art and artists to creative currents at home and across the globe.
Oct 29, 2007
MnArtsWeekly 1.34
Ann Klefstad, editor

The current issue of our print digest “10,000 arts”—the “Face of the World” issue—celebrates the many minds from around the globe that renew our vision and thought. Look for the magazine (published in partnership with the Rake) on Rake racks now.
Oct 22, 2007
MnArtsWeekly 1.33
Ann Klefstad, editor

In this issue, MnArtsWeekly editor Ann Klefstad bids farewell; she’s leaving after November 1. Also, don’t miss the Soap Factory Haunted Basement preview! Plus a full slate of everything else: literature, music, dance, and more.
Oct 15, 2007
MnArtsWeekly 1.32
Ann Klefstad, editor

This week, get the inside story: curators and critics talk about their work with artists.
Oct 8, 2007
MnArtsWeekly 1.31
Ann Klefstad, editor

This week we feature a Greg Watson poem, some great art from the north, and revisit the fascinating Monica Sheets Jerome Fellows project by way of an essay on competition by Michael Fallon.
Oct 1, 2007
MnArtsWeekly 1.30
Ann Klefstad, editor

Music and performance stand out this week—but of course there’s art and poetry too.
Sep 24, 2007
MnArtsWeekly 1.29
Ann Klefstad, editor

As the fall art season ramps up, we'll have more coverage of shows: see, for example, reviews of Earnest Arthur Bryant and the McKnight Photography Fellows show here now.
Sep 17, 2007
MnArtsWeekly 1.28
Ann Klefstad, editor

This week we’re thinking about where art’s going. Features on Minneapolis's public art program and on Norwegian artist Mattias Faldbakken give radically different views about art and the public; write to the Articles Forum to tell us what you think.


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