Exhibition guest curator Johnnay Leenay and the M’s Arts Access Manager and Curator of Exhibitions and Public Programs discuss the new show, its place in the life of the museum, and how the nuances of American identity play into questions of “arts access.”
Kristin Makholm, Executive Director of the M, is interviewed by AM 950’s Betty Folliard about the museum’s history and future for “A Woman’s Place.”
Opening May 25, 2017: David Hamlow: Mirror Stage, a site-specific installation making visible the massive amounts of waste we produce each day.
City Pages names the M’s Ken Gonzales-Day: Shadowlands the “Best Museum Exhibition” of 2017.
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.
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.
The Minnesota Museum of American Art was named a winner in this year’s highly competitive St. Paul Knight Arts Challenge.
Larry Millett’s new book tells the rich architectural and human history of this iconic downtown St. Paul landmark, now home to the museum.
“Whatever the future holds for the museum, we feel confident they’ll continue to put together engaging, thought-provoking shows celebrating Minnesota’s breadth of artistic talent.”