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Multidisciplinary Event
2018
Multidisciplinary Event
2018
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2017
Multidisciplinary/ Performance
2017
Annual Gallery Pass for Artists
2011
Public Program
2016
Public Programs
2016
Public Program
2015
Public Program
2015
Public Program
2015
Public Program
2015
Public Program
2015
Public Program
2015
Public Program
2015
Public Program and Podcast
6-8 pm
2014
Public Program
2010-present
Public Program
Summer 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2014
2010
Public Program
2011-present
Boutique
2011-present
Public Program
8:58 pm until 5:26 am
2013
Public Program
2013
Lecture
2012
Public Program
2011
ArtPrize Pitch Night 2016 Venue
2016

Comments Section: Curating the Internet

Public Program
2016

Activity

  • Mn Artists, the Walker’s platform for local artists, brings its online network live and into the museum. Connect with local artists of all disciplines, and engage with the questions driving the Minnesota arts community. The series returns for a third year, with multi-faceted events designed by guest curators Anat Shinar & Amal Rogers, CarryOn Homes, and Jonathan Herrera Soto. How are marginalized artists asked by institutions to turn their trauma into something digestible for audiences? Ho…
  • Mn Artists, the Walker’s platform for local artists, brings its online network live and into the museum. Connect with local artists of all disciplines, and engage with the questions driving the Minnesota arts community. The series returns for a third year, with multi-faceted events designed by guest curators Anat Shinar & Amal Rogers, CarryOn Homes, and Jonathan Herrera Soto. How and why do we learn the way we do? CarryOn Homes invites local artists who have experienced immigration or em…
  • Mn Artists, the Walker’s platform for local artists, brings its online network live and into the museum. Connect with local artists of all disciplines, and engage with the questions driving the Minnesota arts community. The series returns for a third year, with multi-faceted events designed by guest curators Anat Shinar & Amal Rogers, CarryOn Homes, and Jonathan Herrera Soto. Does the institutional museum, as both a physical and conceptual space, contain inherent violence? Jonathan Herrera…
  • Mn Artists, the Walker’s platform for local artists, brings its online network live and into the museum. Connect with local artists of all disciplines, and engage with the questions driving the Minnesota arts community. The series returns for a third year, with multi-faceted events designed by guest curators Anat Shinar & Amal Rogers, CarryOn Homes, and Jonathan Herrera Soto. How are marginalized artists asked by institutions to turn their trauma into something digestible for audiences? Ho…
  • Mn Artists, the Walker’s platform for local artists, brings its online network live and into the museum. A local artist guest-curates performances, temporary installations, and other projects. Connect with local artists of all disciplines, and engage with the questions driving the MN arts community. How and why do we learn the way we do? CarryOn Homes invites local artists who have experienced immigration or emigration to the Walker Art Center, in order to explore questions about how instituti…
  • When Saymoukda asked me to write for this incredible series, I struggled to find a center for the piece. While I make visual art and poetry, my primary art these days is writing in service to my Ph.D. I spend a good deal of time thinking about how storytelling is central to the process of making knowledge, and wanted to consider these things with you all. Here, I ask how power and identity shape the interactions of scholars and community members, and the effects of structural violence on experti…
  • Kaya Lovestrand updated the Artwork Drawing Club
    Open Field Drawing Club with mnartists.org is a free weekly Walker Open Field program that invites participatory and collaborative drawing and discussion. Drawing Club will met every Thursday from 4pm to 8pm at the picnic tables on Open Field during summers 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2014. Drawing Club is about the social experience of art-making, collaboration and play. Come add your creative touch during weekly sessions open to local artists and the public alike. Here is how it works: Art supplie…
  • NEED A PLACE TO WRITE A GRANT, HOLD A MEETING, WORK AND NETWORK with a creative community in the Twin Cities? Then ArtsHub, a new program at Intermedia Arts, an Uptown Minneapolis arts organization, may be for you. ArtsHub is the fruit of Intermedia's recent search for a more sustainable way to serve its mission as "a catalyst for building understanding among people through art" in these challenging economic times. The program has turned much of Intermedia's big main building and small annex int…
  • Why are certain books forgotten, and others remembered? Are there stories that are so painful to tell that we actually will ourselves to forget them? I believe that Harriet Jacobs’ Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl – first published in 1861, and then out of print until 1973 – may be just the kind of text that most of us would like to erase from the canon of American literature. The autobiography of a woman who lived seven years in a nine-by-seven foot enclosure in order to thwart slave…
  • EVIDENCE OF THE MARRIAGE OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE is all around us. In the Twin Cities, alone, such public art abounds, from the murals and sculpture adorning the state capital to the mosaic work found at the light rail stops along Hiawatha. These gracious artistic touches can elevate even the most pedestrian space into something special—if you don’t believe it check out the sculpted marble urinal at Stasiu’s bar in Northeast or contemplate the WPA mural at the armory-turned-parking-garage …