The Minnesota Daily

All content by Robb Larson

All’s fair in art and cotton

December 4, 2014

The Artaversaries celebrate the union of seven artists brought together through a gallery’s fortuitous matchmaking. The marriage of their diverse artistic backgrounds culminates once a year in an...

The animal in our imagination

December 4, 2014

For millions of years, humans have evolved alongside animals, hunting them, domesticating them and driving them to extinction. Their flesh has fed us, their presence has inspired us and their diversity...

Hippo Campus releases debut EP

November 26, 2014

After holding the Twin Cities’ attention for over a year with their hit single “Little Grace,” Hippo Campus has finally released their debut EP, “Bashful Creatures.” Hippo...

Flosstradamus plays in Minneapolis

November 26, 2014

Chicago-based DJs Josh Young and Curt Cameruci make up Flosstradamus — an act that has run the gamut of composing remixes ranging from Waka Flocka Flame to Lana Del Rey. Flosstradamus’ remixes...

Artist Eric Inkala works on one of his paintings in preparation for his gallery show at Public Functionary on Saturday, November 22.

Chaos and control

November 20, 2014

Eric Inkala is colorblind, but that doesn’t stop him from painting large, complicated compositions in vivid hues. “[Colorblindness] has had a lot of influence in how I choose colors. My colors...

Creating between the lines

November 6, 2014

Julie Johnson wants to be right where art, literature, music and film collide in “This Middle Place.” Johnson is no stranger to thinking outside of the box. She creates unique soundscapes by...

Katha Dance Theatre dancers moving in unison.

The dance of one thousand years

November 6, 2014

“Life in a Day” is a millennium in the making. The Minneapolis Katha Dance Theatre is performing an original production inspired by Persian poet Omar Khayyam’s “Rubaiyat.”...