ALSO: Reopening: The Minnesota Zoo (July 25) and Como Zoo (July 29); both will require reservations.
Covering Minnesota’s theater, music, dance, literature and visual arts.
ALSO: Jazz Fest Live presents the Laura Caviani Quartet; Talk of the Stacks features Larry Watson via Zoom; and more.
ALSO: All remaining Open Streets events for 2020 canceled; Source Song Festival goes virtual; and more.
ALSO: a Rain Taxi Summer Issue Virtual Party; “John Lewis: Good Trouble” is available; and more.
AIM had identified the urgent need for Indigenous children to be educated within their own communities.
ALSO: 16 artists to do a Black Lives Matter Mural painting; a new virtual film lineup from MSP Film Society; and more.
ALSO: “Amadeus” on National Theatre at Home; a Roots, Rock & Deep Blues Virtual Festival; and more.
You’ll need a timed ticket. Only 250 people will be allowed inside at a time. Masks must be worn, and social distancing is required.
ALSO: “A Breath for George” at ASI; “Minnesota’s Black Community in the 21st Century” live virtual book launch; and more.
The Minneapolis Institute of Art opened in 1915, an outgrowth of the Minneapolis Society of Fine Arts.
ALSO: a Karrin Allyson Livestream Performance; Chanhassen Dinner Theatres to launch “Summer Concerts in the Main” series; and more.
The last live performance we saw pre-COVID was TTT’s “Thunder Knocking on the Door,” a Black musical about the blues. That was March 12. On March 13, nearly everything had closed or was about to.
ALSO: Walker Art Center, Bell Museum to reopen; Minnesota Zoo offering drive-through ‘Beastly Boulevard’ experience; and more.
The chamber concerts are being offered as a complimentary thank you to those who currently hold tickets to the canceled August and early September performances. A small number of tickets will be available to the public through an online lottery system.
ALSO: Mellon Foundation announces new focus on social justice; Jazz Fest Live events will move to Crooners’ outdoor spaces; and more.
Along with a large assembly hall, the building featured a bowling alley, a social hall, a maplewood dance floor, and a children’s play area.
The museum will reopen on July 16. Lapthorn is among Mia staff charged with preparing the museum to receive visitors safely during a pandemic.
ALSO: Como Conservatory reopens; new dates for Hennepin Theatre Trust’s “Cats” and “Tootsie”; an online anthology of 55+ Black MN voices; and more.
Forty percent of the area of Voyageurs is covered in lakes.
Like most of Minnesota, the Trylon closed its doors in March. It will reopen next Friday, July 3, with safety protocols in place.