"If you're looking for someone who's always on the cutting edge of the Twin Cities art scene, Andy Sturdevant is your man." - Minnesota Public Radio

"One of the region’s most pro­lific artists and writ­ers." - Thirty Two Magazine

"Overflowing with creative ideas and goodwill...a man-about-town in the best sense." - City Pages' "Best of the Twin Cities," Best Local Author, 2014

"Andy Sturdevant is one of those charming, inquisitive writers who reminds you the world is more interesting than it has any right to be." - David Rees

Andy Sturdevant is an artist, writer and arts administrator living in South Minneapolis. He has written about art, history and culture for a variety of Twin Cities-based publications and websites, including mnartists.org, Rain Taxi, Art Review and Preview!, Mpls. St. Paul, and heavytable.com. His essays have also appeared in publications of the Walker Art Center and the Jerome Foundation. Andy writes a weekly column on arts and visual culture in Minneapolis-St. Paul for MinnPost. His first book, Potluck Supper with Meeting to Follow, was published by Coffee House Press in 2013.

He also makes art and creates public projects. Most of these particular projects are outlined in the boxes below. You can also look at projects taking the form of performances and interactions, or that are related to history or place. Some of this work has been exhibited at The Soap Factory, Art Of This Gallery, and the Minneapolis Institute of Art, as well as in galleries and spaces in Chicago, Philadelphia, Austin, Milwaukee, North Carolina, and Kentucky.

He was born in Ohio, raised in Kentucky and has lived in Minneapolis since 2005.

Photo by Zoe Prinds-Flash.