ALSO: 5 reasons to see ‘The Brothers Size’; ‘The Story of Film’ at the Walker; Museum Day Live! is coming up; and more.
ALSO: TC arts news makes New York Times; ‘Batman Live’ coming to Xcel; see ‘Plan-It Hennepin: The Plan Preview!’ at Central Library; and more.
ALSO: Orchestras give their views during contract talks; arts grantmaking is up; Happy Apple at Icehouse; and more.
ALSO: Sound Unseen films are announced; 2012 Bush Fellowships nod to the arts; Pat Metheny Unity Band comes to the Dakota.
ALSO: Guthrie names casts for Hampton celebration; SPCO president responds to musician’s article; Pease is new Park Square leader; and more.
ALSO: St. Paul plans outdoor concert for Sept.; The Bad Plus has new CD; American Pottery Festival Sept. 7-9; and more.
ALSO: Don Shelby’s Sherlock Holmes; a Pat’s Tap block party; a composer conversation series; and more.
Steeped in tradition, the State Fair is always reinventing itself, adding new attractions, exhibits, food and events.
ALSO: Stumpf and Ingebrigtsen named Arts All Stars; ‘Trick Boxing’ to open at the Guthrie; City Pages West Bank Festival; and more.
ALSO: Artist-led and historic tours coming up; contestants to grapple (verbally) at the Loft’s Ultimate Master of Words; and more.
ALSO: Jerome expands playwright fellowships; Polish Festival on Main Street; ‘Opera on Tap’ at Honey; and more.
ALSO: Bayfront Blues Fest, multiple arts galas coming up; help choose ‘People’s Choice’ cat video; and more.
ALSO: ‘Rembrandt’ hours extended at MIA; Alexandria Festival begins; a big-name Talk of the Stacks season; and more.
Intermedia Arts is the official Fringe concierge, with an info desk open every day. The Crooked Pint is the official Fringe hang; stop by after shows for beer and buzz.
ALSO: Bluesman Big Walter Smith dies; Litton signs Sommerfest deal; music festivals aplenty this weekend; and more.
ALSO: 7 reasons to go to ‘The Sunshine Boys; MN Opera appoints Ramach president; ‘Talking Volumes’ season set; and more.
ALSO: Gordon Parks show to close soon; Aquavit’s Samuelsson in town this week; ‘Roman Holiday’ in film and on stage; and more.
Community mourns photographer Ann Marsden; ROLU filling Open Field at the Walker; ‘Fresh Ink’ at Illusion; and more.
ALSO: Are we oversaturated with music fests?; a new show at Northern Clay; the St. Kate’s art fair; and more.
ALSO: History Happy Hours drawing fans; Artspace expanding; science meets art at the Amsterdam; and more.