Opening May 25, 2017: David Hamlow: Mirror Stage, a site-specific installation making visible the massive amounts of waste we produce each day.
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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.
Saturday, April 8, 1 p.m.
Artist Leslie Barlow will host an informal public gathering to talk about the relationship of images to social change.
Saturday, April 22, 10 a.m.
Join the M for a Listening Session as part of RAC’s southern Minnesota artists resource fair, Spring Catalyst. We want to hear how art fits into day-to-day life in your community.
Coming to common definitions for what we call “American” art and experience is slippery business. The nuances and subtleties are as tricky and myriad as the tangle of our nation’s mix of identities, personal quirks, and individual cultural histories.
Saturday, April 1, 3:30 p.m.
The M is partnering with the Somali Museum of Minnesota to hear from community members about how art fits into their lives.
A look into the making of the Reading Room, a living room space set up in the gallery with books, related media, and comfortable seating, created for visitors to process, dive more deeply into, and leave responses of their own to the challenging issues explored in the current exhibit, Ken Gonzales-Day: Shadowlands.
The M is partnering with cultural organizations around the state to hold community discussions tackling questions about how the arts fit into Minnesotans’ lives. Through these conversations, we’re hoping to glean information about the changes necessary to make museum spaces like the M truly inviting and open to all who are interested in the arts.
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.