Jan 21, 2004
The Column: What's Happening at Sixth and Second?
Andrew Knighton’s column continues his thoughts on glass architecture, finding in the old First National Bank building in downtown Minneapolis one incarnation of the form.
Nov 18, 2003
The Column: The Man Who Dreamed He Was Made Of Glass
Andrew Knighton's column this month is on the glass architecture of a dreamer and utopian fabulist named Paul Scheerbart. What do Scheerbart's fantasies have to do with the blue-glass persona of Minneapolis? Tune in next month . . .
Nov 10, 2003
The Column: A Serious Shift?
Dean J. Seal
Dean Seal's column this month is on two multimedia performance events that deal with "serious" subject matter in truly theatrical ways. He detects a new openness in performance to matters of moment in the current political climate.
Oct 13, 2003
The Column: The First and Last Frontier
Christian McShane, our fourth columnist, will write on music and musicians in the northern part of the state. He joins Michael Fallon, Andrew Knighton, and Dean Seal. This is his meditation on the origins of music and its continuing invention.
Oct 1, 2003
Manifesto: Why I Love Small Independent Theater
Dean J. Seal
Dean Seal, familiar to any fan of performance and theater in Minnesota, is our newest columnist, joining Michael Fallon and Andrew Knighton. He'll write once a month on issues in performance in this space: The Column.
Aug 29, 2003
The Column: Hollywood Art Critic, Part I
HOLLYWOOD LIKES A GOOD YARN—especially a tidy tale that’s been telegraphed in advance, hits all the right emotional points, and plays out exactly as expected.
Aug 2, 2003
The Column: How I Became, of All Things, an Art Critic
The Column runs once a week. Michael Fallon writes a column on issues in the visual arts once a month; Andrew Knighton will cover cultural affairs. Other columnists will weigh in on performance and music. Look for The Column; let us know what you think!