Fri., Sept. 13, 6 p.m.
Find out more about the exhibition History Is Not Here, in a conversation with curators Heba Y. Amin and Maymanah Farhat, moderated by the M’s Curator of Exhibitions Laura Joseph.
Free * RSVP requested
Tues., April 30 @ 6 p.m.
A community convening hosted by The SEAD Project at the M: storytelling, song, conversation, and art honoring the experiences of elders and community members who identify as part of the Southeast Asian diaspora.
Go behind the scenes of the Saint Paul Murals Project: See the artworks unfold, and hear from the team of artists commissioned by the M, as they talk about the project and their experiences with local Hmong elders and families leading up to its completion in fall 2017.
Learn about each artwork that made up the St. Paul Murals Project, the artists who created them, and the meaning behind them.
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.
In September 2017, the M’s artist-in-residence Vanghoua Anthony Vue and a team of local artists from the Hmong community installed three murals, commissioned by the museum, around St. Paul honoring Hmong culture and creative expression. Two of those – in the museum’s Center for Creativity and on the Jackson Street Parking ramp – are on view.
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.