Artworks
Multidisciplinary Event
2019
Editorial, Arts Writing
2019
Multidisciplinary Event
2018
Multidisciplinary Event
2018
Multidisciplinary Event
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…
  • 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…
  • Anat Shinar and Amal Rogers, 2018. Photo: courtesy Pat Berrett. 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 institution…
  • Anat Shinar and Amal Rogers, 2018. Photo: courtesy Pat Barnett. 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 institution…
  • About Editorial Submissions: Mn Artists invites a series of rotating guest editors to publish original arts writing for three months at a time. Each guest editor brings their own unique perspective, network of writers, and publishing concept. Writers who are interested in publishing writing for Mn Artists should note that the tone and direction of the publication shifts significantly several times a year, so take a look at the most recent published articles to see how your work might fit in. Ea…
  • Anat Shinar and Amal Rogers, 2018. Photo: courtesy Pat Barnett. 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 institution…
  • Anat Shinar and Amal Rogers, 2018. Photo: courtesy Pat Barnett. 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 …
  • updated the Event Boyz II Men
    Boyz II Men have won fans the world over with their soulful, multi-octave sound and incredible vocals. Given the monumental success of their albums and the timeless quality of their vocals, it’s easy to see why Boyz II Men remains the most popular R&B group of all time. Ask any successful pop or R&B superstar which artists have inspired them—chances are that Boyz II Men will be at the top. From Justin Timberlake and Usher to Justin Bieber and Beyoncé, the most successful stars in th…
  • updated the Event Dream Theater
    The legion of fiercely devoted Dream Theater diehards around the world expect nothing less than a smart, fully immersive, experiential journey through otherworldly soundscapes from each and every live performance, full-length album, and song. Rightfully so, given the band’s three decades of continually redefining the parameters of hard rock and progressive heavy metal, overcoming obstacles, surpassing critical expectations, and resisting the incessant winds of industry uncertainty. Staying an…
  • updated the Event The Red Hot Chilli Pipers
    Bagpipes with attitude. Drums with a Scottish accent. A blazing rock band and show so hot, it carries its own health warning! It’s bagpipes. It’s rock. It’s bagrock. AC/DC meets the poet Robert Burns. Where rock anthems sit comfortably alongside the great tunes from the glens and the mountains of Scotland: it’s The Red Hot Chilli Pipers — a 9-piece ensemble consisting of pipers, guitarists, keyboards, and drummers — who have been rocking the world from New York to Beijing to Melbourn…