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  • 2018 Changemaker: Norah Shapiro
    Battling Inequities From Law to Film: Norah Shapiro has created a film about Ilhan Omar's rise in politics, to serve as a ‘how-to’ for grassroots candidates, women of color, young people, and “anyone who has felt that the political system is impenetrable and hopeless.” 
  • Focus on the Under-represented
    Casey Riley, new curator at Mia, believes now is an exciting time in art history, because past contributions of women photographers and photographers of color are being newly discovered. 
  • Artistic Transformation in Small Towns
    Ashley Hanson: "Although this work can be isolating, challenging, and underfunded, rural arts is producing powerful work that is getting more recognition for the impact we are having in our communities."
  • Regan Golden:  Edgelands
    Art of Living: Regan Golden: Edgelands
  • Art of Living: Artists in the Kitchen
    A recent exhibit at the Textile Center paired 50 teams of chefs and artists to inspire visual art pieces that both celebrated and challenged the way we think about food.
  • Becca Cerra: Altered Aesthetics
    Art of Living: Creating wearable sculptures in collaboration with people who have amputations.
  • After the Storm
    Art of Living: Artist Corey Habbas explores the idea of structural discrimination and alienation caused by prejudice.
  • Art of Living: Weaving Without Pattern
    This kind of weaving is difficult for people who want to be very structured, but sometimes it’s nice to say, “I don’t have to follow a pattern. It’s coming from my heart.” 
  • What We Don't Talk About
    Art of Living: “I am fascinated by what is not said in conversations. Our Facebook/Instagram culture is about sharing good, perfect moments. What is it we don't openly talk about and why?”
  • I Am Somali
    "I Am Somali," a new exhibit at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, features local Somali artist Ifrah Mansour. Read more.
  • Activist Artist
    CoverArtist: If you look closely, you'll notice a political edge in Kate Renee's coloring-book-like artwork
  • Earth as home
    CoverArtist: A Q&A with Carolyn Lee Anderson on how her art and identity are tied to the earth
  • Called to create
    CoverArtist: Concerns for social justice and human relationships empower DeAnne Parks to send messages of hope through her artwork
  • Just get started
    CoverArtist: Dawn Rossbach creates artwork in multiple mediums and styles
  • Spacious serenity
    CoverArtist: A native of Sweden, Marie Olofsdotter's life path has taken many turns that she wouldn't have predicted
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