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.
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.
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.
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.