Juxtapostion Arts: Re-designing the Future

Kaleb Williams Through two plus decades Juxtaposition Arts has been a beacon for creative talent and a catalyst for community change in the North Minneapolis community. Dwelling on Emerson Ave and Broadway Ave, Juxtaposition Arts (known as JXTA) has been a hub for Northside young creatives to find their voice and passion while gaining valuableContinue reading “Juxtapostion Arts: Re-designing the Future”

Diane Christiansen: Feeling Paint

Linda Marcus The “vibrations” emanating from Diane Christiansen’s paintings are palatable. The known, yet unknowable shapes and colors beckon the viewer to come closer and join in on the conversation. The Chicago based painter, singer and therapist says creating these linkages is vital not just to her art but to living. “That’s where I startContinue reading “Diane Christiansen: Feeling Paint”

Ruth Foundation for the Arts: Providing Financial Opportunities with the Guidance of Artists 

Rachel Hausmann Schall Wisconsin has ranked between 48th-50th nationally in public arts funding over the past several years, consistently sitting at the bottom of the list of per capita spending. But it’s not as if this has stopped artists and art spaces from operating and organizing exhibitions, concerts, presentations, classes, performances, festivals, markets, and anContinue reading “Ruth Foundation for the Arts: Providing Financial Opportunities with the Guidance of Artists “