Events that start with dinner and spark deeper thinking about economics and aesthetics | multiple artists + sites
About Jen Dolen
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Entries by Jen Dolen
U.S. artists invited to Cuba’s 11th Havana Biennial discover a community passionately engaged in social practice. | Havana
Ganawenjige Onigam acts as a peaceful protest in favor of gender equity, education, and renewable energy | Votan Ik, Duluth.
The Healing Pavilion was designed to calm and console hospital visitors | Ball-Nogues Studio, Los Angeles
A traveling memorial pays tribute to missing and murdered indigenous women | Christi Belcourt, Traveling memorial
A new public art administrator’s path to reaching underrepresented artists | Joan Vorderbruggen, Minneapolis
A memorial challenges Confederate monuments | Equal Justice Initiative, Montgomery, AL
A silent film of people granted asylum in the United States | Shimon Attie, New York City
Nia Umoja of New West Jackson, Mississippi, shares how
the community is developing its own model for sustainability.
Joseph Claunch of the Zuni Youth Enrichment Project describes how Zuni artists led the development of Ho’n A:wan Community Park
2300 MYRTLE AVENUE | SUITE 160
ST. PAUL, MN 55114
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