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Teens get free gallery admission every day, all year long, thanks to Wells Fargo.
The Walker Art Center’s Teen Programs are made possible by the Surdna Foundation.
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The Minnesota Center for Book Arts has created a program similar to the WACTAC! It’s goal is too form a council which helps the By Design program work more efficiently. It has three seasons, summer, fall, and spring, and hopes to bridge teen art making at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts with other teens and the artistic community. Click here for more info.
THURSDAY MAY 29TH! 7:30! This inaugual event has been organized by It girl Liana Simonds as a showcase for the young musical talent in the Twin Cities. Unfortunately these fine specimens (above) won’t make it. It’ll be featuring: Best Friends Forever. I saw these guys in a basement, and let me tell you, they managed to make the Interstate Highway System, Lincoln and that basement seem like the coolest thing in the world. Lucy Michelle and the Velvet Lapelle’s. A 6 piece (wow!) band that is defined as “folk/fusion/ghettotech”, let me tell you, there are some hotties in this band. […]
Gap and the Whitney Museum of American Art have teamed with some of my favorite artists to create some cool Tee’s for Men and Women. I am very excited that today I went to the Walker Art Center instead of ordering offline or dragging myself into my local gap store to purchase my Marilyn Minter Tee. Featured artists tees are : Hanna Liden Chuck Close Jeff Koons Marylin Minter Kenny Scharf Glenn Ligon Sarah Sze Kiki Smith Barbara Kruger I must admit I am not one to usually enjoy art and retail or art and advertising but after I heard […]
I spent a month assembling my duct tape suit for prom. Via minneapoline.
I’m having a go at ceramics this semester. Here’s my favorite piece so far. It’s an abstracted sculpture of a cat and it was featured in the 2008 Minnesota State Visual Arts Exhibition.
Louise Parker Amy Tromiczak [youtube]http://youtube.com/watch?v=DMvMYq73i6I[/youtube] Abraham Pineda Fisher Vaski Tyler O’Neill The Velveteens Loud +2 Phonetic One Lady Lit Misha Kahn
Saturday May 24 – July 8, 2008 MODERN RADIO’S 9 YEAR ANNIVERSARY First Amendment Arts 1101 Stinson Blvd, Basement rooms A & B Northeast Minneapolis (612) 379-4151 Grand opening Saturday May 24, 6-10pm All Ages Free admission 6-8pm // $5 from 8-10pm This show marks the opening of events for the 9 year anniversarycelebration of Twin Cities record label,Modern Radio. Starting at 6pm,the First Amendment Arts gallery will be featuring posters, flyers,photos, records and artwork from the history of the record label, home to rock groups STNNNG, The Plastic Constellations, Vampire Hands, Signal to Trust, and many others. Localphotographers Carl […]
We have been so busy planning and hosting our 20 Under 20 exhibition that we haven’t had time to plug the By Design exhibition of high school artists at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts. By Design is a really awesome program where you can learn a variety of artistic processes that relate to making books – printmaking (screenprinting, letterpress, and more), paper making, and other great things that you could only get your hands on through MCBA. So after you check out their exhibition, consider applying for the By Design program. Over and out.
As part of 20 Under 20, WACTAC’s series of juried art exhibitions, we organized a graffiti battle. To prevent snitchery we didn’t invite the public to watch, but you can see the flicks on Chunderman’s flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/24770588@N02/
Bridget Collins Rachel Gregor Jordan Hamilton Rudy Fig Sara Beth Ryther (Spoken Word) Jess Nelson (Singer/Guitarist) MG (Spoken Word) Evan Gabriel (DJ) Katelyn Eng Broc Blegen
I am extremely saddened that one of my favorite artists of all time died today. Robert Rauschenberg was a pioneer, a visionary, and one of the greatest artists of the last decade. Throughout his years, Rauchenberg pushed the definition art and blurred the lines of the categories that separated painting, sculpture, and dance. In memoriam, take some time and check out his prolific body of work that spans over 60 years. Here’s an article in today’s NY Times. [youtube]http://youtube.com/watch?v=qkhgnVE1AY0&feature=related[/youtube]
Thanks, audience for not laughing at my jokes, even though they were hilarious. If you’d laughed it would’ve just expanded my ego, which is never a good thang. We are sitting here toiling in St. Paul; we’re counting up all the many ballots (read: we’re making our underpaid intern Emmanuel count the ballots while we, the masterminds behind WACTAC mingle with our judges and crowd). Aboot to announce the weiners! See you all L8R!
In luv with Cali? Welcome to the club. Club Med that is. (Insert Segue here) Barr, a certain Brendan Fowler whois from none other than LA,spouts wisdoms through spoken word in an effeminate stage demeanor backed byloud-asz beats. (and he’s cute too)
Hello from St. Paul! This day is significant because it’s the second and last day of curating, and also the same for how many times I’ve been in St. Paul. (Down at the St. Paul Space)
Well, last night we began hanging all the beautiful artwork for the 1st preliminary in St.Paul. I am so excited about the show all of the work looks so amazing. Come down on Saturday to be amazed and see and meet some amazing young artists! This Saturday May 10th from Noon-7 Performance at 5 Northern WareHouse(Level 2,careful the elevator is broken) 308 Prince Street
This June, Story Board’s On-Location Academy (OLA) will offer a mini-film camp to students interested in film production. Students contemplating a college education in filmmaking, a career in the industry, or want to receive hands-on experience on a film set should apply for this unique opportunity. Click here for more info or go to The Storyboard website.
Have you ever thought, “Damn I want more southside rap music based around acoustic guitar and good friendships!“? If so, look no further. A friend and I have just the thing for you The Good Company EP, produced by Cory Grindberg is now on sale. For more info/ sample tracks myspace facebook Sleep well, everyone. –chantz (On an unrelated note, come down to 20/20 this saturday)
Volunteers Needed: The G.A.M.E. Graffiti Art Mentoring and Education The G.A.M.E. is seeking volunteers for the 2008 summer mural production season. Volunteers will work with Program Coordinator/Artist-in-Residence JoJo throughout the summer to prepare and paint the walls, organize paint, promote the program as a street team member and maintain the Intermedia Arts’ parking lot, walls and property. Volunteers can receive school credit and/or community service hours with proper paperwork. All volunteers will be on-call throughout the summer for up to 5 hours/week. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
Substance presents… Justice Jam Day long festival celebrating activism at the U and around the Twin Cities Saturday, May 3rd, 2008, 2pm-10pm Gateway Plaza, McNamara Alumni Center front plaza, U of M (outdoors, 200 Oak St. SE, Mpls, MN) Featuring: Heiruspecs and White Light Riot With: Kanser w/More than Lights, Truthmaze (Tru Ruts), Indigo, St. Paul Slim, Muja Messiah, Lucy Michelle and the Velvet Lapelles, GENA, plus poetry by MN Spoken Word Association Street Skateboard demo by 3rd Lair and Cal Surf Concessions provided by Duffy’s Pizza (Dinkytown) – Vegan options A “ Green” Event Free and open to all […]