“Oh, it’s amazing,” Chris said of the Outer Experiences: Black Life in Rural and Suburban Minnesota exhibition, drawing out the word “amazing” to emphasize what sounded like genuine glee…
Curatorial Assistant Mia Laufer offers a deeper look into creative process and historical research informing the M’s installation by L.A.-based artist Sherin Guirguis.
Sat., July 27 at 2 p.m.
Jill Ahlberg Yohe (Minneapolis Institute of Art) and Laura Youngbird (Plains Art Museum) join Kristin Makholm, Executive Director of the M, for a conversation about how Native American visual culture resonates through Brad Kahlhamer’s work.
TPT, MN Original, and the M are partnering to produce a series of shorts digging into the fascinating backstory of the M, and to shed light on the exciting horizons ahead for this little museum that could. Watch all the videos in the series thus far.
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
The M profiles New York-based artist Brad Kahlhamer, whose work defies easy categories, remixing influences and styles through the artist’s own lens of adopted and inherited identities.
Sat. April 13, 2 – 5 p.m.
Join the artistic duo, Third Daughter Restless Daughter, for an afternoon of nontraditional crafts by way of subversive cross-stitch.
January 24, 6:30 p.m.
Artist Dakota Hoska and curator Joe Horse Capture weigh in on Native American identit(ies), as seen through the lens of American art, past and present.
Our Communications Intern, Jauston Charles Campbell, interviews the artists behind SuperGroup, a dance collaborative that will be performing in the galleries as part of the M’s opening day celebration on Sunday, December 2.
Rebekah Crisanta de Ybarra will lead the M’s first Artist Takeover in the new Center for Creativity. Her practice crosses disciplines and styles, with a focus on Latinx and Indigenous art forms.