Happy International Women’s Day!

Women have always played a huge part in the creation of beer. In fact, the first homebrewers and “Brewsters” were female. “Women traditionally brewed beer,” says Professor Jeffrey Pilcher in his History of Drink course at the University of Minnesota, “It was a domestic thing and a homemaker’s job.” Women stayed on top of the beer … [ Read more]

Arts MN: Audubon’s Birds, Volcanic Puppet Theater, and Emerging Printmakers

Seeing as it’s set to hit 75°F on Tuesday, this week’s events were chosen because of their connections to nature, their ability to get people outdoors, or because they reflect the type of verdant beauty that the spring weather has brought with it. It’s everything from Audubon bird prints to an original play that explains … [ Read more]

Weekend Events Preview 1/02-1/05

Thursday, January 2nd: American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition Meet the drys, wets, gangsters, flappers, lawmen and suffragists of America’s most colorful, complex constitutional hiccup in the new traveling exhibit “American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition” created by the National Constitution Center, on view at the Minnesota History Center. Find out more. Minnesota … [ Read more]

Weekend Events Preview 12/19-12/22

Thursday, December 19th: MIA Third Thursday—Northern Grade Art meets America’s finest craftsmanship with Northern Grade, an exclusive marketplace of menswear and other unique goods. Swing by the Minneapolis Institute of Arts at 6:00pm-9:00pm to meet the makers, connect with craft, and do some last-minute holiday shopping. Create your own letterpress gift tags and specialty wrapping paper … [ Read more]

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