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.
Galanin, a Tlingit-Unangax̂ artist, addresses climate change and its connection to white supremacy, as well as the commodification of indigenous cultures.
The works on view at Brad Kahlhamer: A Nation of One and Bowery Nation + Hawk + Eagle mingle the artist’s unapologetic storytelling with festivals of image, text, line, and color.
ST. PAUL — St. John’s Catholic Church was built in 1922 to serve the growing Irish immigrant parish that was founded in 1887 on the city’s east side.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Looking lost and helpless, a Native couple in “Discoverers and Civilizers Led to the Source of the Mississippi” are surrounded.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — “Find Your Voice” reads the tag line on the Independent Filmmakers Project Minnesota (IFP MN) logo, a 1950s-tinged, lipstick-red bit of celluloid imprinted with the lowercase white letters “ifp.”
Every year, the Minnesota State Fair offers a prized blue ribbon to the artist who can make the coolest picture from seeds of commonly grown crops.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Modern Spirit: The Art of George Morrison, now on view at the Minnesota History Center in Saint Paul, Minnesota, is a disarmingly beautiful exhibition.
ST. PAUL, Minnesota — Julie Buffalohead envisions a world filled with tutu-wearing raccoons, sassy rabbits, and other anthropomorphic animals.