ALSO: Virtual Minnesota Guitar Society Concert to Benefit the Lake Street Council; Jazz Fest Live presents the Sofia Kickhofel Quartet (virtual and live); and more.
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ALSO: Carlyle Brown’s “Acting Black,” on Zoom; Michelle Kinney’s August Wednesdays Residency at Icehouse; and more.
The State Fair isn’t happening, but lots of State Fair events are, including four 2020 virtual showcases: for Cookie Decorating, Crop Art, K-12 Art and Photography and Quilt On-a-Stick.
For the next four Mondays in August, Bryan Nichols will be programming and playing on the Icehouse patio with a number of Twin Cities musicians.
ALSO: Open Eye @ Home: “Kevin Kling’s Greatest Hits & Juicy Bits”; Connie Evingson digs into the Peggy Lee songbook; and more.
It is offering a livestream option for every event, and it has commissioned new work from companies whose appearances were canceled in March.
ALSO: JT Bates is featured on Taylor Swift’s “Folk Music”; “Not in Our Neighborhood!” from the History Theatre; and more.
“Owls of the Eastern Ice: A Quest to Find and Save the World’s Largest Owl” will be released Aug. 4. The Museum of Russian Art will host the official virtual book launch.
ALSO: Minnesota Fringe begins; “John Lewis: Good Trouble” from the Film Society; the Powderhorn Art Fair goes online; and more.
ALSO: Maud Hixson at Crooners; the Politics of Pandemics Book Club reads “Pale Rider”; and more.
ALSO: John Rosengren presents “A Clean Heart” on Zoom; Aria Institute Show to be livestreamed; and more.
ALSO: Reopening: The Minnesota Zoo (July 25) and Como Zoo (July 29); both will require reservations.
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.
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.
ALSO: a Karrin Allyson Livestream Performance; Chanhassen Dinner Theatres to launch “Summer Concerts in the Main” series; and more.