Features

This is a place where there is more than meets the eye. Discover something new about the people, places and things that make our city unique.

Yuya Negishi

From the mountains of Japan to the Mighty Mississippi, the art of muralist Yuya Negishi spans continents, conventions and cultures.

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Walker Art Center

It’s one of the world’s most important venues for visual, performing, and media arts. And it began life in a living room in Minneapolis.

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Kelley Lindquist

A Room of Their Own: Artspace Projects’ Kelley Lindquist Believes that for Artists, There’s No Place Like Home

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Greg Gossel

A comic book-style mural by Minneapolis artist Greg Gossel brings to life the electric energy of Hennepin Avenue in a scene bursting with bright hues, dramatic characters and pop art wit.

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Peter Rothstein

He runs a celebrated theater company, reimagines Broadway musicals and constantly creates new theatrical work. But nationally acclaimed director Peter Rothstein feels his most important job is telling stories that are real and relevant.

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Rev. Dr. Tim Hart-Andersen

As a 19-year-old student in Ecuador, he sensed his calling in life: Ministry. Today, Reverend Dr. Tim Hart-Andersen guides a large, urban congregation on a spiritual journey that emphasizes arts and culture.

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Brave New Workshop

Dudley Riggs invented improv as we know it today after falling from a trapeze during his aerial circus act. (True story.) Nearly six, side-splitting decades later, his "Brave New Workshop" is the nation's longest-running, live-sketch comedy improv company.

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Hennepin Theatre Trust

Today, Hennepin Theatre Trust owns and programs some of the finest historic theaters in the Midwest. And most of them barely survived the 20th century.

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