Minneapolis Institute of Art Director Kaywin Feldman Tapped to Lead National Gallery of Art

When Feldman moves on the Washington D.C. gallery in March 2019 to replace retiring director Earl Powell, she’ll end a highly successful 10 years with Mia, as well as become the first woman to head the National Gallery.

Year-Long Search for Walker Art Center Leader Ends, New York Curator Mary Ceruti Chosen

Ceruti will assume the Walker post following more than 20 years in the business and 17 years as executive director and chief curator with nonprofit art institution SculptureCenter in Long Island City, New York.

Tom Hubler Sums Up Family Business Success

The family business consultant pours a career’s worth of advice into a new book.

Best Buy Expands Efforts to Teach Technology to Underserved Teens

The retailer is launching an achievement gap awareness campaign featuring Minneapolis students.

Lin-Manuel Miranda Backs Out of Starkey Hearing Gala

Alice Cooper and Sinbad will perform at the fundraiser on Sunday.

Weisman Art Museum Director Lyndel King Announces Retirement

The long-time curator and director is leaving after having joined the museum 40 years ago.

Greater Twin Cities United Way President, CEO Sarah Caruso to Retire

The nonprofit’s board has already launched a search committee to find Caruso’s replacement.

Modernizing Mia at a Time When Legacy Art Institutions are Struggling to Adapt

A decade into her tenure, Kaywin Feldman discusses disruption, reinvention and the dangers of relying exclusively on data.

United Way's Funding Bind

With a downturn in donations, TCB asks CEO Sarah Caruso how the nonprofit's business model is adapting and what roles it plays beyond grantmaking.

Dog Therapy Nonprofit Gets Rebranded During All-Night Challenge

The RedEye Rebrand helped Canine Inspired Change put a new paw forward.

Car Repair Shop Gives Workers A Lift

A local nonprofit is helping low-wage workers overcome the crushing cost of car repairs.

Give To The Max Day Overloads GiveMN's Website

Nonprofits and donors are frustrated by another year of problems on the state's largest day of online charitable giving.

Solera Property Goes From Hot Rooftop To Nonprofit Offices

900 Hennepin changes directions with the help of Minneapolis taxpayers.

ILEA Quick Tips For Event Planners: September 2016

How to host the perfect fundraising event for your nonprofit.

MPR, Mayo Clinic Strike Deal To Offer Classical Music To Patients

Is this harmony in health care?

Minneapolis Institute Of Arts Posts Record Attendance For 2016 Fiscal Year

Several noteworthy art shows and centennial celebrations helped the museum attract more visitors than ever before.

In Pod(casts) We Trust

Public radio’s downloadable future.

A Princely Sum

Taxes, lawsuits and a guessing game over his ultimate worth are just part of the drama to come as experts unravel Prince’s financial legacy.

StoneArch Gives Nonprofit A New Look

It’s part of the marketing agency’s annual pro-bono, 24-hour challenge.

How Green Is My Capital Campaign?

Can two downtown Minneapolis park projects both green up in competition for philanthropic dollars?

Spurned Turf: Why Minneapolis' Northside Lacks Jobs

Few businesses are located in the city's poorest quadrant. Can anyone change that?

DEED's New Opportunity Office Aims To Make Economy Inclusive For All Minnesotans

Minnesotans have known about the huge disparities between whites and communities of color for years. How to close those disparities is another question.

GHR Foundation Gives $18M To St. Catherine University

One of the foundation's benefactors has strong ties to the university.

Are You Ready For WeDo? It's Here

Minneapolis' newest cultural district has a flashy name and a goal of reviving the areas around Hennepin Avenue from the river to the Walker.

The Iron Range Wants You To Visit

Iron Range tourist attractions band together to try to get northern visitors to think of more than the North Shore.

Target And General Mills Pledge $6M To Northside Achievement Zone

The companies’ charitable giving arms are concerned about a looming workforce gap.

MPR's Florida Boondoggle

Millions in losses made up by asset sales.

Ex-Community Action CEO Indicted On Embezzlement Charges

Bill Davis allegedly diverted at least $250,000 for personal use between his family and friends that paid for vacations and a new car.

Does The Minnesota Orchestra Have Sustainable Labor Contracts?

The orchestra's finances might not be as stable as they seem.

MPR's Parent Co. Unloading Deficit-Saddled Classical South Florida

American Public Media Group to take loss on sale.

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