The Twin Cities are popping right now.
The 90th birthday celebration at Orchestra Hall will feature Dominick Argento’s “I Hate and I Love” and folk music arrangements by Carol Barnett, Alf Houkom, and William Hawley.
There’s flamenco happening in St. Paul at Park Square, and gallery reception happening at Macalester with four really interesting artists that are looking at history and memory in unusual ways.
We have to transform our institutions. We have to think about what the work is, who it’s for. How is it advancing justice? What does justice-centered theater look like?
A few options for letting art, music, and film slow things down — and draw you in completely.
Pederson had been involved in the installation “Paper Dialogues: The Dragon and Our Stories” in the Turnblad mansion before his death from a heart attack earlier this month.
Minnesota’s support of new, innovative arts endeavors is evidenced in this week’s performance offerings.
“The Steger Homestead Kitchen: Simple Recipes for an Abundant Life,” is a cookbook, yes, but one that addresses climate change and environmental problems by offering good food using local, organic ingredients that don’t create a lot of waste.
Including CABARAVE at Brother Justus Whiskey Company; Outpost at Hook & Ladder; dinner at the Dakota; and more.
Produced by TPT with support from the Walker Art Center’s Moving Image program, the documentary is part of the “Minnesota Experience” series, and will be broadcast live and available for streaming on TPT2 starting Feb. 21.
Music of all genres, plays for days and art exhibits offer heartwarming activities for these cold winter days.
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.
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.