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From Minnesota Public Radio News, Art Hounds are members of the Minnesota arts community who look beyond their own work to highlight what's exciting in local art.

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Art Hounds: We cannot eat ceramics
The Mankato Symphony Orchestra presents a string quartet concert; the Thompson Quartet performs at Berlin in Minneapolis; the Northern Clay Center presents five Asian-American artists exploring culture and food.
Art Hounds: The scent of art, the poetry of Bly, Gilbert and Sullivan
“Do Not Forget Us:” Poets, Writers and Musicians Against the War(s), Cheryl LeClaire-Sommers' exhibit “Scents to Scenes” and Gilbert and Sullivan’s “Utopia, Limited; or, The Flowers of Progress.”
Art Hounds: Flamenco, sculpture and Indigenous writing
Art Hounds look at “The Conference of the Birds” from Zorongo Flamenco Dance Theatre, art by Martin Gonzales and an Indigenous Writer Series in Duluth.
Art Hounds: Poetry, weavings and 'Cabaret'
Patrick Cabello Hansel releases a new poetry book. Theatre 55 stages “Cabaret.” An art exhibit at the Minnesota Marine Art Museum shows how water connects us.
Art Hounds: Love, dance and embroidery
Minnesota Opera’s “Elixir of Love,” “Untitled Night” dance on Silver Lake’s ice Saturday and an “Embroidering Red Wing” art show.
Art Hounds: Ableism and art, African diaspora music and Gordon Parks
“Towards a Warm Embrace” at Perlman Museum tackles ableism; Mia features Gordon Parks’ “American Gothic”; Abinnet Berhanu’s East-West African fusion at Icehouse Friday.
Art Hounds: New theater at Raw Stages
David Cunningham’s “City Life” opens at Gallery 360. Raw Stages’ New Works Festival stages a different reading of a work-in-progress at History Theatre. Minneapolis band Sycamore Gap performs to benefit the Arbitrarium art house.