March 2011 Archives

Artist Amy Rice incorporates antique love letters, maps and atlases into her art as a way to collaborate with the past.

Minneapolis-born writer Lizz Winstead, creator of Comedy Central’s enormously popular news satire program “The Daily Show,” explains why she left Minnesota and her new projects.

As a transgender woman of color, Andrea is committed to improving the condition of LGBT people and the broader community through extensive volunteer service and leadership roles.

At the Susan Hensel Gallery in south Minneapolis, visitors have hands-on access to the room of one-of-a-kind books, including stories spun into yarn.

Listen to a tour through the history of broadcasting – from Thomas Edison’s first attempts at radio transmission, through the Golden Age of radio, and the inception and dominance of television.

The international phenomenon known as Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School is a figure drawing session with burlesque and performance artists as models.