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Quick Q + A: Lindsay Nohl + Midnight at Light Grey Art Lab

As all Hallow’s Eve approaches, many of us ruminate on the dark and scary parts of the material and spirit world—but honestly what could be spookier than the subconscious of our own crazy modern minds? Several artists tackle that theme in the… Continue Reading →

Quick Q + A: Steve Snyder + Twin Cities Film Fest

The Twin Cities Film Fest, already underway out at the Showplace Icon Theaters at West End, really ramps up this weekend to showcase some of the most important buzz worthy films of the year for the next two weeks. In… Continue Reading →

Quick Q + A: Eric Lorberer + Twin Cities Book Festival

This weekend’s Twin Cities Book Festival is the must-attend meet-up for book fans and the literary scene from all over the region. The big fest, brought to us by Rain Taxi, “welcomes ‘rock star’ authors, local literary heroes, publishers, magazines, booksellers”, many… Continue Reading →

Quick Q+A: Christi Williams + Grinkie Circus

It’s going to be an action-packed Arts & Culture weekend, but one of the parties that really stood out for us was the Grinkie Circus. Part showcase of vintage pin-up and big beards, part small circus, part live music show,… Continue Reading →

Quick Q+A: Lana S. Barkawi + Mizna Arab Film Festival

Kicking off tonight and going through the weekend, the Mizna Arab Film Festival brings the best current, independent Arab cinema to a wide audience here in MPLS + STPL. It’s not only a great yearly exercise in self-representation brought to us by… Continue Reading →

Quick Q+A: Amy Jo + A Way To Go

Amy Jo and TOOTH make up the righteously talented screen printing twosome Who Made Who. The duo “first bonded over a love of vintage catalogs, spicy food, and noisy Rock & Roll” and it certainly comes through in their work…. Continue Reading →

Quick Q+A: Amber ACE Cleveland + All Access

On Saturday, all throughout the country and including Minnesota, reproductive rights and justice organizations will be holding a series of free music and cultural events called All Access; the events aim to highlight that the majority of Americans support abortion rights… Continue Reading →