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 its Birthday Year festivities, the MIA is making movies, 100 of them to be exact. “Of Us and Art” is a year-long series of films exploring the museum, its collection, and people’s experiences with art. The films are short, and the subjects are varied, but ultimately the series tells the story of …Read the full article
“Once at MIA” is the museum's year-long series of stories from its past, featuring one archival image each week.
It looks a little thrown together now, its glamour a little dated, like exhibition design by Norma Desmond—Dahling, you must see my bronzes. Ferns droop here and there. Sculptures balance on radiator covers and faux classical pedestals of the sort you might find today in a garden, propping up a birdbath. All that’s missing is a …Read the full article
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One of only 34 surviving works by 17th-century Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer is now on view at the MIA, courtesy of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. The loan gives Minnesota audiences a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to view a masterpiece the Star Tribune calls “an enigmatic gem…a prime example of Vermeer’s intimate studies of women in contemplative moments.”
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