“Shock Mounts and Assisted Living: The War Time Development of the Eames DCM Chair” is the title of Michael Golec’s talk tonight at Carleton College.
For dance aficionados, a primary reason to see the musical “Spring Awakening” at the Orpheum Theatre this weekend is the choreography by Bill T.
If you played the “Symphonie Fantastique” for neophyte listeners and told them it was a shining example of the Romantic period in classical music, they’d immediately understand.
Vibrant and headstrong in nearly all its particulars, the first sympho
W Design Conversations, an informal lecture series featuring internationally recognized design experts, continues this evening with James Victore, the award-winning graphic designer whose clients include Moët & Chandon, Target, The New York Time
Steel and ice are among the media and subjects you’ll find showcased at this weekend’s Art Attack in the Northrup King Building complex in northeast Minneapolis.
Some 200 visual artists will open their studios to the public.
Minnesota Opera is on a roll these days.
Friday-Saturday: Nicollet Circus Band: Jekyll and Hyde Come Alive. Jazz and film have a thing going on.
“Blue-eyed soul” has always been a racial euphemism, a thinly veiled way of saying “white guys who sing like black guys.” On that level, then, you could call Maroon 5 “hazel-eyed blue-eyed soul,” because lead singer Adam Levine is a white guy who si
The Hill House Chamber Players will open their 25th season with concerts Nov. 1 and 8 in the historic St.
Ten Thousand Things Theater of Minneapolis put on a seminar last summer for The Public Theater in New York City to show how theater can be presented to people in prisons and others who rarely see live productions.
The workshop went so well that Ten
Live music is about the music, of course, and the musicians, but it’s also about the setting. We all have our favorite place to hear music, whether it’s a booth at the Dakota or a bar stool at the Artists’ Quarter, the main floor at First Ave.
The College of Design’s Fall 2010 lecture series continues this evening with Mauricio Rocha Iturbide, principal of Taller de Arquitectura in Mexico City speaking on the architectural process as “provocateur.”
Born in Mexico City in 1963, Iturbide s
The prolific pen of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is much in evidence this weekend, as the St.
“When I began Urban Bush Women in 1984,” writes founding artistic director Jawole Willa Jo Zollar on the company’s website, “I envisioned a company founded on the energy, vitality and boldness of the African American community that I grew up in.
Friday: Northrop Jazz Live at the Campus Club: Somi and Thomasina. The Northrop Jazz Series, an important part of Twin Cities jazz culture since its founding in 1993 by Dale Schatzlein, has a new home and a new attitude.
Radio station KBEM, a.k.a. Jazz 88, turns 40 this year. This weekend, the station will throw a two-day party for itself, with a little help from its friends.
On Saturday, Oct.
Just in time for Halloween, the Music Box Theatre in Minneapolis presents a hybrid horror show called “Haunted Theater.”
They say it’s half haunted house and half theater, as the audience moves through the old Loring Theater, built in 1920, meeting
Before taking in Eiko & Koma’s movement and visual art installation, “Naked,” at the Walker Art Center next month, you can listen to the famously reticent Japanese artists — internationally known for their slow, glacial unfoldings of emotion, im
Last week, the interior of the Southern Theater was being transformed into a maze of rooms within rooms.
“If a building is honest, the architecture is religious,” said Finnish-American architect Eliel Saarinen.