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George Floyd

A painting created outside the Minneapolis courthouse during the final moments of the George Floyd murder trial will be put up for auction

MSNBC host Chris Hayes said on air he would buy picture, which was inspired by the Derek Chauvin murder conviction, if it were to ever come up for sale.

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Public art

Angela Two Stars is the first Indigenous artist to install work in Minneapolis Sculpture Garden

Recovering from controversy, the Walker Art Center has commissioned the Minnesota artist to create a labyrinth-like installation that celebrates the Dakota language as a way to heal the community and the land

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Museums & Heritage

Minneapolis Institute of Art announces over $19m in gifts, including funds for a diversity officer, Latin American curator and deputy director

Museum, under pressure to embrace equity while facing revenue losses, says the money will shore up its endowment and operating budget

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Exhibitions

‘I want people to know how it feels’: quilt exhibitions will explore police brutality and racism

Shows in Twin Cities to offer a historical snapshot of tumult in the US

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Walker Art Center

Citing killing, Walker Art Center says it will suspend use of police services for special events

Museum calls for holding Minneapolis officers accountable for excessive force and treating people of colour with respect

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Joseph Beuys

First US show of Beuys' multiples on show at the Walker

Beuys will be Beuys will be Beuys . . .