Roosevelt says, “This is not about camera settings…it’s about learning yourself; it’s about not being afraid to try things; it’s about using what you have and letting your imagination come through.”
About Meredith Heneghan
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Entries by Meredith Heneghan
When the international distress signal SOS was adopted in 1908, its easily recognizable and unique code produced aural unity, a sense of calm in life or death situations. As the world adjusts to new norms in challenging times, SOS Color Code 2020 offers a reconsideration of how language, objects and symbols, and even color can help us find stable ground and safety no matter where we are.
Welcome to the 2020 Virtual Honors Visual Art Exhibition! Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) is grateful to collaborate with Minnesota Museum of American Art and Ordway Center for the Performing Arts in the production of this magnificent exhibition. It celebrates the achievements and creativity of 24 student artists from each SPPS high school.
In partnership with SEAD, an upcoming exhibition showcasing work by Southeast Asian diaspora artists, as a way of reimagining the 45th anniversary of the diaspora.
I’m reaching out to share some important leadership information about the museum. On Tuesday, July 14, I released Kristin Makholm from her position as Executive Director after serving for more than a decade.
A statement of solidarity with the BIPOC community and how the M plans to continue doing institutional equity work.
In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, Executive Director Kristin Makholm provides a museum update on a new, virtual museum experience.
Thursday, February 20, 5 – 7 p.m.
Join art historian, curator, and Co-founder of Obsidian Arts Suzanne Roberts for a look at photography’s past and present, with an opportunity to consider the impact of Gordon Parks and Jamel Shabazz on this rich, ever-present storytelling medium.
The Minnesota Museum of American Art showcases the unique voice of American artists from the 19th century to the present. Visit us in the historic Pioneer Endicott in the heart of downtown St. Paul.
350 Robert Street North
St. Paul, MN 55101
Located in the Historic Pioneer Endicott