The George Floyd and Anti-Racist Street Art database includes more than 1,800 images of artworks worldwide.
Minneapolis museums and the Smithsonian are some of the first to announce their second closures, starting this weekend.
Stand Up Prints, the latest exhibition at Highpoint Center for Printmaking, showcases striking prints by artists from over 23 states.
The artist discusses the controversial incident three years ago in a new essay that explores the conversations prompted with the Walker Art Center.
In Red Exit, Andrea Carlson’s motifs celebrate the spaces Native people create for themselves.
LGBTQ Pride month is now. Every day in June, we are celebrating the community by featuring one queer art worker and asking them to reflect on what this moment means to them.
The Twin Cities branch of the American Indian Movement (AIM) led a group of protesters in removing the Columbus statue — one of multiple monuments to the colonizer that has been defaced or brought down this week.
The museum announced it would stop working with the MPD until it “implements meaningful change,” including “demilitarizing training programs, holding officers accountable for the use of excessive force, and treating communities of color with dignity and respect.”
The colorful painting has become a memorial site for Minneapolis residents to honor Floyd and mourn his death.
In a statement released today, PEN America CEO Suzanne Nossel condemned the unfounded arrest of a CNN crew covering protests in the city, calling the scene a “dystopian spectacle.”
From dental hygienist to professional artist, Bart knew all along that she couldn’t “just stay put.”
This discussion series, taking place at the Minneapolis Institute of Art and the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, offers audiences an opportunity to learn about the fellowship recipients and how their work intersects with broader contemporary art ideas and concerns.