City Pages names the M’s Ken Gonzales-Day: Shadowlands the “Best Museum Exhibition” of 2017.
Presented by the Minnesota Museum of American Art, Saint Paul Public Schools, and Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, this special exhibition features the art of approximately 50 high school students, plus the work of elementary students in the M’s arts education program, CreatorKids.
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.
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.
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.
…B is for Bear, C is for Caribou, and D is for Dove. The artworks in this exhibition address how animals are an enduring inspiration for American artists. Now showing at the White Bear Center for the Arts.
Larry Millett’s new book tells the rich architectural and human history of this iconic downtown St. Paul landmark, now home to the museum.
The Minnesota Museum of American Art’s exhibition of Gonzales-Day’s photography, curated by Curator of Exhibitions and Public Programs Christopher Atkins, will include works from artist’s previous series, as well as his most recent series Run Up.