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Art

Meet a great art mecca: The United States

by Katrina Wilber
Published January 19, 2006
"Villa America: American Moderns' shows the scope and variety of American art

Music, drama mark West Bank’s story

by Don M. Burrows
Published January 19, 2006
Students compiled documents upon photographs upon interviews for the multimedia display

No subject too sacred – or too political

by Don M. Burrows
Published November 3, 2005
Visual protests: Artists take on religion, politics and the war in a new exhibit

Cutting across communities, time

by Tatum Fjerstad
Published November 3, 2005
First annual tournament will bring together four forms of Japanese sword art and their artists

Pulitzer Prize photos revisit history

by Don M. Burrows
Published October 20, 2005
Audiences may have seen these award-winning photographs before, but not this big

The future is now (at the Soap Gallery)

by Katie Wilber
Published September 29, 2005
Afrofuturists' art comments on technology, tolerance and tomorrow

From under your bed into a museum

by Katie Wilber
Published September 22, 2005
Two Minnesota artists bring human monstrosity to light

A custom-made wedding: The meaning behind the tradition

by Erin Adler
Published September 15, 2005
Minnesota History Center's 'Happily Ever After' lifts the veil off wedding rituals

Campus exhibit visualizes composers through history

by Erin Adler
Published August 17, 2005
Children's book author and illustrator wants lives of female composers remembered and acknowledged

It’s a matter of perspective

by Erin Adler
Published July 27, 2005
Size does - and doesn't - matter at the Outsiders and Others' Teeny, Tiny exhibit

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