Tag Archives: Art

Student painting shines a light on healthcare workers

Tenzin Chosang honors healthcare workers’ bravery admist COVID-19 pandemic “Jesus Christ is justice, he sets us in the right relationship with God and others, and others have inherent dignity and worth,” said Executive Director of Faith Formation David Hoffner to the dispersed crowd of students listening attentively from their chapel …

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Why your music matters

From the ‘60s to the ‘20s, youth culture continues to drive change Nirvana’s hit song from 1991, not only was the soundtrack of the new alt-rock movement, but the voice of a new generation and the face of ‘90s Gen X youth culture. Today’s youth might not have one song …

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Music and Quarantine

Creating, recording and listening to music over quarantine The silver stars of First Avenue were illuminated only by city lights as the bright bulbs above were turned out for the night. Little did Minneapolis know at the time, but this would be the last day music would be played for …

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That much for a banana?

That much for a banana? Why a Florida couple paid $120,000 for a banana duct-taped to a wall The banana duct-taped to the wall is the most recent piece of “weird” art that sold for a staggering $120,000. Some may think, “Stupid, right?” However weird or quirky an art piece …

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Stromberg creates collage in memory of old campus, alums

Stromberg creates collage in memory of old campus, alums Art teacher commemorates the lost school with a colorful mural made of school artifacts “The whole idea behind the project was to try to find a way to honor the old buildings that were lost, but also celebrate the history of …

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Taking their turn in the spotlight

Winter 2018: Catch these shows before they end! Nicholas Freeman Teen Idol: The Bobby Vee Story The History Theatre, St. Paul Tonight 7:30; Sat. 2:00 & 7:30; Sun 2:00 Karen Lutgen Magnum Chorum: “Tomorrow I Will Come” Dec. 22 @ 7:30, Gloria Dei (St. Paul) Dec. 23 @ 4:00, Holy …

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Chris Larson’s art of ‘transformation’

Chris Larson (‘85) is a Minneapolis based artist and Minnehaha alumnus. His work is extensive and his fields diverse: Videography, photography, performance art, sculpture, among others. His work has been featured in the Walker Art Center and at the Whitney Biennial. This past year, Larson was inducted into the Minnehaha …

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Working the Musical in 360

Seth Retzlaff performs “Joe” in Working the musical   360 video by Téa McLawhorn    

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US

US Preview from Redhawksonline on Vimeo. US: A Minnehaha Academy Players Original Play The Minnehaha Academy Players’ production ‘US’ captures the issues and emotions of our current lives as told by a group of everyday people trapped in an airport. US will be performed at The Guthrie’s Dowling theatre November …

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T Time #1:

T Time Episode 1: Mr. Robbins, Mr. Larson, Kayla Williams Watercolor painting and a chat with Téa McLawhorn, new Economy teacher Mr. Robbins, Mr. Larson, and Kayla Williams T Time Episode 1 from Redhawksonline on Vimeo.

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