Southern Minnesota's arts and entertainment monthly magazine. Covers Mankato, St. Peter, New Ulm, Waseca, Owatonna, Kasota, Faribault, Rochester, and the South Metro.
Promotes excellence in craft media and appreciation of the handmade object. The council provides a communications network for craft artists and sponsors a yearly festival, numerous exhibitions, workshops, and a newsletter.
Promotes Minnesota as a production site for film and video. The Board publishes an annual production guide listing Minnesota freelancers in all areas related to film and video.
Government agency dedicated to enriching the cultural lives of all Minnesotans.
Aims to advance the book as a vital contemporary art form, preserving the traditional crafts of bookmaking and engaging people in learning, production, interpretive and collaborative experiences. Frames-dependent site.
Parent organization for the CONvergence convention in Minnesota, and sponsors other activities of interest to science fiction fans throughout the year. Site also has SF reviews and commentary. Twin Cities-based.
A group of professional and amateur woodworkers bound together by three goals: to educate themselves and the public about woodworking, to socialize and explore woodworking, and to advocate high standards in their art.
A guide to The Architecture and Design of the Prairie School collection at The Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Profiles of architects, virtual tour of the Purcell-Cutts House, and information about Prairie Style buildings throughout Minnesota.
A collaboration between the Walker Art Center and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, intended as a resource for K-12 teachers and students throughout the state. Lesson plans and online activities mapped to Minnesota Graduation Standards.
A statewide arts advocacy organization that organizes the arts community to lobby the State Legislature and Congress. The mission is to ensure opportunity for all people to have access to and involvement in the arts.