Gray, aka dVRG, is a classically trained composer, multi-instrumentalist and new-music performer who finds himself in a surprisingly good place, like the eye of a storm.
Artscape focuses on Twin Cities arts institutions, personalities, performances, money and politics, encompassing all forms of the arts. It appears on Tuesday through Friday.
Pamela Espeland has written about the arts for MinnPost since our launch in 2007.
ALSO: Theater Mu’s TwentyPho Hour (virtual) Playfest; Tommy Orange’s virtual Pen Pals appearance; and more.
ALSO: Natalie Diaz and Patricia Smith: 2020 McKnight Judges’ Reading (online); Jazz Fest Live presents Jon Weber; and more.
ALSO: UMN English Writers Series includes a MacArthur ‘genius’; photography show opens at Mia; and more.
The American Swedish Institute reopens today. Timed tickets must be purchased in advance.
ALSO: “Behind the March”: A Live Play Reading; the 21st Annual Minnesota Children’s Book Festival; “Designs for Different Futures” at the Walker; and more.
ALSO: Major shows of quilts by women of color; Delphia Cello Quartet at Icehouse’s courtyard; and more.
As the Science Museum of Minnesota reopens, MinnPost talked with President and CEO Alison Rempel Brown.
ALSO: Peter Geye presents “Northernmost” on Zoom; the Met’s “Porgy and Bess,” streamed; and more.
ALSO: “CoroNation: A Film by Ai Weiwei” available online; Pavielle at Icehouse; and more.
ALSO: Northern Clay Center’s virtual American Pottery Festival; a free screening of Justin Stephenson’s film “The Complete Works”; and more.
ALSO: Author/historian Jon Meacham in Conversation With Wes Moore; a Flint Hills Virtual Family Festival; and more.
The SPCO has announced a series of six live concert video streams to be broadcast in October and November from the Ordway Concert Hall. For safety reasons, there won’t be an audience.
ALSO: 20% Theatre Company will close permanently; Joan Growe launching new book; Trademark Theater’s fourth season announced; and more.
Rendon is an enrolled member of the White Earth Nation and a writer for whom the word “prolific” is an understatement.
His latest book of photographs, “Presence,” came out in June.
ALSO: “Fresh: A Summer Selection” at Burnet Fine Art & Advisory in Wayzata; Cedar Thoms at Icehouse; and more.
ALSO: More changes for Momentum; outside the Jungle Theater: “Shine a Light”; and more.
ALSO: Dan Newton, “Daddy Squeeze,” on the “porch” at Landmark Center; “A Good Time for the Truth” author discussion on Zoom; and more.
The first play of the theater’s 26th season, Kate Moira Ryan and Judy Gold’s “25 Questions for a Jewish Mother,” opens Aug. 15 in the backyard of a private home in St. Paul.