Ken Gonzales-Day’s short film Run Up, which re-enacts the lynching of Charles Valento in 1920, will be the starting point for a lively conversation about the history of photography, racial violence, and absent narratives.
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Serita Colette, Junauda Petrus, and Jessica Lopez Lyman respond to Ken Gonzales-Day: Shadowlands with an improvisational performance in the M’s gallery space.
Set in the circle of the seasons, We Go to the Garden is a portrait of a year in the life of a farm run by Hmong American farmers. Many of the images in the video are also on display in the exhibition, Seeds of Change. The music you hear is a traditional folk song played with […]
Thursday, April 27, 5 p.m.
This special exhibition features the work of approximately 50 St. Paul high school honors art students, plus art made by elementary school students at Galtier Community School in the M’s CreatorKids program.
Saturday, May 13, 9:45 a.m.
Attend a Listening Session at the East Side Freedom Library and tell us how the arts fit into your day-to-day life.
Thursday, May 25, 7 p.m.
David Hamlow’s Mirror Stage installation uses upcycled materials to make visible the massive amounts of waste we produce every day.
Wednesday, May 31, 8 a.m. or 12 noon
Join us for a free breakfast or lunch to hear about the M’s inroads into Minnesota communities, and about the plans afoot for our flagship St. Paul space.
Saturday, June 10, from dusk to dawn
Join artist David Hamlow at the M during Northern Spark, and contribute to his monumental installations of upcycled trash.
Seeds of Change celebrates the rich culture of Minnesota’s Hmong farmers, while highlighting the beauty of Minnesota’s landscape and our state’s agricultural traditions. Now on display at the Minnesota State Capitol.