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Tony Ourslers Dust, from Thought Forms lights up its room in the Minneapolis Institute of Arts Supernatural America: The Paranormal in American Art gallery with an eerie glow on Feb. 17, 2022.

Mia’s latest exhibit welcomes the chill up your spine

by Bel Moran
Published February 28, 2022
“Supernatural America: The Paranormal in American Art,” the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s newest exhibit, ponders the intangible and haunting remnants of the past in our country.
Courtesy of Noah Lawrence-Holder

10 Black change-makers influencing the Twin Cities arts scene

by Sarah Horner
Published February 24, 2022
Celebrate Black History Month by checking out these local artists, authors and creatives.
Four things our A&E writers are loving this week

Four things our A&E writers are loving this week

by A&E Staff
Published February 21, 2022
From a new Mia exhibit to a classic Starbs sandwich, read up on all that the Minnesota Daily A&E writers are loving.
The Times in Collapse Multimedia Exhibit, featuring work on themes of time and reality, captured on Tuesday, Feb. 1. The exhibit is on display in the Paul Whitney Larson Art Gallery in the St. Paul Student Center through Feb. 18.

Paint, clay and silicone answer the question: ‘What is reality?’

by Carly Quast
Published February 2, 2022
“Times in Collapse,” the University of Minnesota’s newest multimedia art exhibit, reevaluates the concept of reality in pieces created by four Twin Cities artists.
This is the next big novel for the Minnesota author.

UMN faculty, alum among Minnesota Book Awards finalists

by Macy Harder
Published February 1, 2022
Many past and present Gophers are in the running for this year’s awards, which will be presented on April 26.
20 activities to warm the heart this February

20 activities to warm the heart this February

by Bel Moran
Published February 1, 2022
Support local artists and business owners, sip some beer in the snow and attend concerts galore this month.
Cellist Seth Parker Woods discusses ICED BODIES in Northrop Auditorium on Thursday, Jan. 27.  ICED BODIES, which features an ice cello dyed black and embedded with electronics played by Woods and translated into sound by Topel, will be coming to the Weisman Art Museum in 2023.

ICED BODIES artists visit campus, discuss history and future

by Bel Moran
Published January 31, 2022
Despite their performance’s COVID-related cancellation, artists Seth Parker Woods and Spencer Topel visited Minneapolis this week to share their experiences in creating sound art from ice.
Here are six things our A&E writers are loving this week

Here are six things our A&E writers are loving this week

by A&E Staff
Published January 30, 2022
TV shows to watch, singles to listen to and more: here’s a few recommendations for your third week of classes.
Photographer Mark Khan poses for a portrait in front of Coffman Memorial Union on Sunday, Jan. 23. Khans photo exhibit, which emphasizes placing Black bodies in celestial spaces, will be open in Coffman Memorial Union from Feb. 3 through March 20.

New photography exhibit captures the heavenliness of Black bodies

by Carly Quast
Published January 28, 2022
Mark Khan, a local Twin Cities artist, is bringing Black representation into angelic spaces with his first solo photography exhibit “Forget Me Not” premiering at Coffman Memorial Union on Feb. 3.
The “Documenting a Reckoning, The Murder of George Floyd” Exhibit at the Elmer L. Andersen Library on the University of Minnesota’s West Bank campus on Thursday, Jan. 20. The exhibit showcases photos from the unrest in Minneapolis communities following the murder of George Floyd.

George Floyd photo exhibit honors local photographers

by Bel Moran
Published January 25, 2022
“Documenting a Reckoning: The Murder of George Floyd,” a photo gallery featuring images of Twin Cities metro area communities following Floyd’s death, will be on display on campus until March.

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