Recent content from Alicia Eler
A new exhibition shines light on Black stories from rural and suburban Minnesota.
A chronological list of culturally significant work, from 19th-century landscape paintings to Black riffs on Western art.
Fashioned in an ice sculptor's freezer-like studio, five works from the Minneapolis Institute of Art make their debut in parks.
See an "invisible concert" Saturday and Indigenous projections next week.
QAnon's conspiracy theories have taken root among yogis and other adherents of natural medicine.
The exhibition "Papier" showcases haute couture-style sculptural paper fashion artworks.
"We're not the Walker Art Center," says its new executive director, who aims to diversify programming.
Through art and children's books, Marlena Myles illuminates old stories for generations to come.
The quirky four-gallery storefront was damaged during rioting last August.
Chicago Avenue Fire Arts Center may be the least visible big arts organization in Minneapolis.