Watch a conversation with Deana Haggag, CEO of United States Artists, joined by local poet and arts advocate Venessa Fuentes and Public Functionary cofounder Tricia Heuring from a program presented by the M, in partnership with the Ordway, in October 2017.
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While the new M is under construction, we’re taking our show on the road, with pop-up exhibits, performances, and family activities. Read more about the M’s Off-Site programs out and about in the Twin Cities.
Saturday, March 3 at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.
As part of the Okee Dokee Brothers performance at the Ordway, the M is bringing all the fun of Family Day to the pre-concert activities: move your body, map your story, sip from the Mniówe/Water Bar, and much more.
Tuesday, January 30, 10 a.m.
Join M staff, partners, and trustees, and city and state leaders at the site of the new M to celebrate the beginning of construction on the museum and a fresh beginning for this St. Paul gem.
Thursday, October 26, 7 – 10 p.m.
When We the People ends, the M will close for several months for construction of the new museum. Join us for food, drink, fun-with-art activities, and live music, and help us shut the place down in style.
Thursday, December 7, 7 p.m.
Poet Sun Yung Shin and local artists discuss the confluence of creative work and community in this conversation copresented by Third Place Gallery.
Saturday, January 6, 2 p.m.
The M and Mizna copresent a wintertime afternoon of experimental films as part of Cellular Cinema’s CAVE Film Festival.
Thursday, February 1, 6:30 p.m.
New York artist Sheila Pepe discusses her cross-disciplinary work blending craft and conceptualism in a talk hosted by the M, MCAD, and the American Craft Council.
Saturday, February 10, 11:15 a.m.
Theatre maker Levi Weinhagen and playwright Saymoukda Vongsay offer a fun-filled program about building community in shared civic spaces like museums and libraries.
Christopher E. Harrison, one of the guest curators for We the People, with an essay on how artists can help us see the whole of the “American puzzle” with fresh eyes and insight, by way of looking closely at its varied pieces.