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Art News Briefs: Indigenous art in Minnesota, Palestinian performance, and more

The art world is constantly buzzing with new developments, and this week is no exception. Here are some of the latest art news briefs:

  1. The Minnesota Historical Society has opened a new exhibition featuring Indigenous art and artifacts from the state’s history. The exhibition, called “Our Home: Native Minnesota,” aims to showcase the deep and ongoing connections between Indigenous peoples and the land.
  2. The Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival is set to kick off on April 8, featuring over 150 independent films from around the world. The festival will also include a series of virtual discussions with filmmakers and industry experts.
  3. The Palestinian performance artist Samah Sabawi will be giving a virtual talk on April 13 about her work, which explores issues of displacement, identity, and resistance.
  4. The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis has announced a new exhibition of contemporary art from Latin America, set to open in November. The exhibition, called “Farsites: Urban Crisis and Domestic Symptoms in Recent Contemporary Art,” will explore the impact of rapid urbanization and economic change on people’s lives.
  5. The Minnesota Museum of American Art has launched a new online exhibition featuring the work of local artists. The exhibition, called “Inside|Out,” showcases a diverse range of artists and styles, and is designed to promote community engagement with art.

These art news briefs offer a glimpse into the exciting and ever-changing world of art. Whether you’re a seasoned art enthusiast or simply curious about the latest developments, there’s always something new to discover.

Raven Asher

Hey there, I'm Raven Asher, a writer and blogger currently studying at McMaster University. My passion lies in arts and culture, and I love exploring and sharing my thoughts on different aspects of this field through my writing. I've been fortunate enough to have my articles featured on several blogs and news websites, which has allowed me to connect with readers from all over the world. Apart from writing, I'm also an avid traveler, and I love experiencing different cultures and learning new things. Join me on my journey as I explore the world and share my insights on everything art and culture!

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