ALSO: Open Streets Minneapolis returns; “FAUCI” movie opens; Lauren Groff at Talking Volumes; and more.
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.
On Wednesday, Sept. 15, at the University Club in St. Paul, the award-winning author of “Hitman-Baker-Casketmaker” will read from his latest, “Lincolnland,” and drop a brand-new book with his former mug shot on the cover.
ALSO: “The Bias Inside Us” at St. Cloud State University; St. Paul Chamber Orchestra opening weekend; and more.
ALSO: Detroit Jazz Festival goes virtual; Tom Jones: “Strong Unrelenting Spirits” opening reception at Bockley Gallery; and more.
ALSO: American Pottery Festival 2021 at Northern Clay; 7th Annual Film Score Fest at St. Paul’s Mears Park; and more.
ALSO: The Trademark Theater announces new season; SPCO offers livestreamed concerts free; and more.
ALSO: Documentary “On Broadway” at St. Anthony Main; Lowertown Sounds: Tina Schlieske with the Sunken Lands at Mears Park; and more.
ALSO: “Red Hot Friday” at Stevens Square Park; Saturday Night Jazz at the Black Dog; and more.
ALSO: Minnesota Orchestra’s Summer Finale; “An Evening of Show Tunes with Tyler Michaels King and Friends” at Crooners; and more.
Jim Clark is the man in charge. The fair’s fine arts superintendent made time for an in-person interview at the Fine Arts Building last week.
ALSO: Malamanya live at Lyndale Gardens; Teresa Mock presents “The Uncertainty Principle”; and August Green Roof Poetry at the Walker.
ALSO: The New Standards at Crooners; Black Forum presented by The Bureau at Mia; and more.
ALSO: Collide announces 2021-22 season of five events; Lowertown Guitar Festival 2021 at Como Lakeside Pavilion; and more.
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ALSO: Launch event for Patrick Nathan’s “Image Control” at Subtext Books; “Sounds for Silents” at the Walker Hillside; and more.
ALSO: Free tickets to “Respect” at the Riverview; Food Truck Rally and Music at Franconia Sculpture Park; and more.
ALSO: Minnesota Orchestra to perform Dvořák’s New World Symphony; Youth Jazz Showcase and Sophia Kickhofel Group at the Black Dog; and more.
ALSO: Authors John Toren and Matt Schuth at SubText Books; Open Courtyard Family Days at Mill City Museum; and more.
ALSO: The Adam Meckler Orchestra at Crooners; Guthrie adds “Destiny of Desire”; the CHS Field Cat Video Festival; and more.
Among the nine in-person dance performances that will start in October are several dance films and a small series of concerts on Northrop’s restored Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ.