Music of all genres, plays for days and art exhibits offer heartwarming activities for these cold winter days.
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A virtuoso violinist, conductor, composer, and champion fencer, Joseph Bologne was revered in his day, but in subsequent centuries his work was all but forgotten.
Many options for adding some zest to your January.
As an international adoptee from Korea, Chomet’s life was immeasurably impacted by the Korean War, even though it took place before she was born.
Some ideas to get you out into the community — indoors, outdoors or via the internet.
The orchestra will presents the world premiere of French’s “Sands of Time” later this week.
Whether you’re venturing out this week or seeking a virtual option, here are events that offer beauty, hope — and perhaps a smile.
As part of the immersive experience, audience members use their computer skills to assist an investigation.
Some options for vaccinated folks willing to test often, mask up and go out.
From Jan. 15 through Feb. 6, the outdoor Art Shanty Projects offer artist-designed shanties on Lake Harriet, part of a festival full of music, theater, dancing, skating and adventures you can enjoy while socially distanced.
Given everything, it’s remarkable how much art was actually able to happen in 2021.
Events to get you out of the house between Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
A Q&A with lead vocalist Meghan Kreidler on the band’s new project, “Stone Baby.”
From a Kinda Kinky show to a holiday bazaar at the Indigenous Roots Cultural Arts Center, some arts and entertainment ideas to get you out of the house.
I hope to continue the spirit of inquiry, curiosity and improvisation that Pamela Espeland brought to this column.
Everyone has a breaking point, even “Joan of Art.”
We’ve seen more than a few fall arts seasons, but none that compares to this one.
ALSO: Claudia Rankine to appear in a virtual Talk of the Stacks; the Mary Ann Key Book Club, chapter 2; the Walker Cinema reopens; and more.
ALSO: Chamber Music Society honors memory of Judy Dayton; MN Opera outdoors at Allianz Field; “Dear Evan Hanson,” the movie; and more.
ALSO: JXTA breaks ground on its new campus; Red Wing’s Anderson Center hosts children’s book festival; SOLO at the Cowles; and more.