Sheila Regan

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.

Black Lives Matter

In Minneapolis, plywood boards become protest art worth preserving

Many of the boards used to cover shopfront windows during protests became impromptu canvases—as much works of art as vital historical artefacts

Public art

Minneapolis arts groups tackle inequality in the local scene—and the industry at large

Controversy over a mural homage to George Floyd in the city has prompted conversations about opportunities and resources for Black artists and community organisations


Somali artists put their art on the map in Minnesota

Rochester Art Center engages with Soomaal House of Art at a time of rising anti-immigrant rhetoric