For its 100th Birthday Year, the MIA plans for amazing art, community celebrations and a year’s worth of surprises - 52 of them, to be exact. Stay tuned to this space to be among the first to hear each surprise when it's unveiled. Better yet, become a member! It's free.
In conjunction with 100+: A Photograph For Every Year of the MIA, an exhibition that celebrates the MIA’s 100th Birthday Year with photographs from every year since the museum’s founding in 1915, the museum has commissioned international photographer Cinthya Soto to capture a local place in her unique photographic style to represent the year 2015. […]
“Once at MIA” is the museum's year-long series of stories from its past, featuring one archival image each week.
A lot of people didn’t think this ship would float. The Hjemkomst was built on the prairie, for one thing, in northwest Minnesota, far from any ocean or even a respectable lake. In fact, it was built in a former potato warehouse in Hawley, near Moorhead, by a junior-high guidance counselor named Bob Asp. It took […]
Of the over 1,000 objects going to both the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, approximately 700 are becoming part of the MIA’s Japanese collection. This addition brings the Japanese collection to 7,000 objects, making it one of the most significant encyclopedic collections of Japanese art in the […]
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