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access+ENGAGE is the definitive alternative arts journal of mnartists.org. Delivered twice per month via e-mail, it provides a handpicked selection of upcoming events, art, and insightful cultural commentary.

Ampers is a network of 12 independent public radio stations in Minnesota. Each station is locally managed and programmed by and for the local communities they serve.

The Precious Object brings together 14 artists from locales throughout Minnesota in the inaugural exhibition of mnartists.org's ARTmn visual arts series

This series of features will look at the way the artworld works: talks with curators, arts officials, gallerists, bookers, critics, and other denizens will alternate with essays by people in the know about the workings of the business of arts.

Periodic candid, topical artist-to-artist dialogues covering a range of subject matter--from matters of personal philosophy to craft and broad issues facing those working in the arts.

An mnartists.org artist, writer, musician, or performer

Weekly features that investigate ideas and concepts aesthetically or practically important to arts in Minnesota.

Here's the collection of articles written by our critics for the Minnesota Fringe Festival. It's where to go to find something to see.

This series of reviews will cover performing arts: drama, dance, and the indescribable.

This series of reviews will cover visual arts across the state.

mnartists.org's monthly interview with the makers--the artists and producers--of Minnesota's art scene.

mnartists.org's flash fiction competition and publication series is devoted to highlighting Minnesota fiction writers.

MinnPost.com provides news and analysis Monday through Friday, based on reporting by professional journalists, most of whom have decades of experience in the Twin Cities media. mnartists.org features arts writing from MinnPost.

"Mix Tape" is a monthly article (written alternately by veteran music journalists Chris Godsey, from Duluth, and Rich Horton, from the Twin Cities) on issues, events, and releases in Minnesota music.

A series and competition coordinated by MNFashion's Anna Lee which is dedicated to showcasing Minnesota' s pool of talented designers, fashion photographers, stylists, and other industry artists.

MnArts magazine delivers in-depth and diverse coverage of the arts in Minnesota. Written by mnartists.org critics and artists, this is your magazine. Respond to the articles in the Articles Forum, and make your own voice heard.

mncreate is a video program which highlights the creative and entrepreneurial spirit of Minnesotans.

mnartists.org's quarterly music contest for Minnesota musicians. Three winning tracks posted each week. Sponsored by Summit Brewery.

Outland features writing on anything that lies outside our usual beat: creative makers who don't fit the definition of artist, artists from around the world, anything that flies in the face of the usual.

The Pangaea Station Art Education Video Series is an art history "fun-ducation" series produced by the Zorn Corporation in partnership with mnartists.org.

mnartists.org and Minnesota Stories (mnstories.com) have collaborated on a video series profiling Minnesota artists in all disciplines.

Radio mnartists is an ongoing series of web and radio interviews with Minnesota artists produced by Marya Morstad. Listen to all of the interviews here.

Some Assembly Required is a weekly focus on sample based music and audio art. Host Jon Nelson explores the world of sound collage via this weekly podcast of his nationally syndicated radio program.

mnartists.org's monthly literary podcast, hosted by writer Brian Beatty, featuring new fiction, poetry, spoken word, and humor by Minnesota writers.

Reviews of exhibitions, performances, and the like.

The Column is an occasional series of writings by an evolving list of writers -- currently Suzanne Szucs, Jean Sramek, and Michael Fallon -- on their lives in the arts and on issues and controversies that their experience illuminates.

A free-ranging series that discusses the meanings and resonances of appearances.

Thinking Souls takes its name from the Coleridge quote "Literature is the thought of thinking souls." In it we cover a broad range of books, from poetry to nonfiction to thrillers and novels. An online books club is part of the mix.

This mnLIT program presented by mnartists.org, in collaboration with Magers and Quinn Booksellers, brings you original poetry by Minnesota writers throughout the year.

These monthly, discipline-specific articles feature no-nonsense business advice and hard-won tips written by industry pros working in a variety of fields in the arts.

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