Plus: Composers and librettists reunite at Nautilus Music-Theater; “Inventadas” as part of Franconia’s 27th Art & Artists Celebration; and Tia Keobounpheng’s colorful threads.
‘This is the most hyperlocal work I’ve done in a way, because it is directly inspired by the uprising, the creation of the George Floyd Memorial and the garden, and the way in which it is held with love and care.’
Plus: “On Looking” at Highpoint Center for Printmaking; Kevin Kling and Victor Zupanc at Crooners; and the Swans at the Fine Line.
Myles says her approach has a basis in Dakota thought. “I don’t try to limit myself because I don’t think that’s the way my people lived ever,” she says. “I try not to place boundaries between areas of knowledge.”
Plus: “The Cartographer” + Nathan Stocker of Hippo Campus; Selby Ave Jazz Fest, and Douglas Ewart and “Young, Gifted, and Black” at MCAD.
“The [uncertain] Four Seasons” is a musical score based on climate data dependent on the location of the performance.
Plus: Connie Evingson celebrates the horn at Crooner’s; Cindy Lawson and her band at Palmer’s, and Sophia Chai photography at Hair + Nails.
The three-month competitive program connects 11 early-career craft artists to leaders across the country as well as career opportunities.
Plus: On the One Music Festival in Bloomington; TV star Teresa Caputo at Mystic Lake, and readings by author Brian Duren.
Author Junauda Petrus learned quickly that she’d have to take the lead to do meaningful marketing with the communities she wanted to connect with for her book.
Plus: new artwork by Janet Lobberecht; outdoor classical music by 10th Wave, and Jonatha Brooke at the Dakota.
The intimacy of Icehouse has fit the flamenco form nicely, Nishiuchi says. She performs there this Sunday with the Twin Cities Flamenco Collective and several guest artists.
Plus: An evening of Sona Jobarteh on the kora; Steve Kenny Quintet Coltrane Show; and a new St. Paul art gallery.
For the opening, a DJ spun tunes, and couches and comfy chairs were assembled in different lounge areas, and quirky installations, including a vintage camper, made for photo-ready experiences.
Plus: Kung Fu Zombies continues run; a free fire show at Powderhorn Park; Ifrah Mansour’s healing hut; and more.
The latest show comes at the heels of a new single and a music video Dessa dropped today from her forthcoming new album, “Bury the Lede,” which will be released on September 29.
Plus: Palmfest brings music to the West Bank; Kashmina releases new album; new performance art installation explores the synchronized flight of birds; and more.
This year, more than 60 artists applied for the festival, with a jury selecting the participating artists with an eye toward representing a variety of mediums.
Plus: Leslie Vincent releases new album; a salsa dance party; a piano spectacular; and more.
In her new play, Saymoukda Duangphouxay Vongsay examines the impact of colonialism and United States secret war in Laos through camp, Kung Fu, and creativity.