ALSO: Catching up with Sheila Smith on the state of the arts.
ALSO: a “We Are Water MN” outdoor exhibit; your own private miniature puppet show; and more.
ALSO: A virtual SPCO “Postcards Across the Atlantic”; Hennepin History Museum’s Introduction to Crop Art; and more.
ALSO: Happening Now — Art Month in St. Paul; American Swedish Institute’s Drive Thru Lutfisk Dinner; “Wuthering Heights” opera; and more.
ALSO: UMN English Writers Series includes a MacArthur ‘genius’; photography show opens at Mia; and more.
ALSO: 20% Theatre Company will close permanently; Joan Growe launching new book; Trademark Theater’s fourth season announced; and more.
ALSO: Reopening: The Minnesota Zoo (July 25) and Como Zoo (July 29); both will require reservations.
You’ll need a timed ticket. Only 250 people will be allowed inside at a time. Masks must be worn, and social distancing is required.
The museum will reopen on July 16. Lapthorn is among Mia staff charged with preparing the museum to receive visitors safely during a pandemic.
ALSO: ‘Prideland’ on PBS; Martha Graham Dance on YouTube; and more.
ALSO: Arts supporter Sen. Richard Cohen ends long career at the Legislature; a discussion about what should happen to protest art.
Plans are to reopen on Thursday, July 16. At first, Mia and other museums will be able to operate at 25 percent capacity, not to exceed 250 people in a single self-contained space.
ALSO: Jazz for Justice at Gold Medal Park; Minnesota Opera’s next Digital Opera: “The Fix”; Patrick Stewart (streaming) as Macbeth; and more.
ALSO: Theater Mu’s “24 Hour Playfest”; Mia presents Susan Lanzoni: “Empathy: A History” online; and more.
ALSO: “The Sounds of Gospel” at Benson Great Hall, Bethel; Haydn’s “The Seven Last Words of Christ” at Sundin Music Hall, Hamline; and more.
ALSO: William Kent Krueger to read at Hamline Midway Library; “Bloomsday” at Lyric Arts Main Street Stage; and more.
ALSO: A “Gingerbread Wonderland” display at Norway House; St. Paul poet Jim Bohen at the Jimmy Wilson Gallery; “American Art and the Vietnam War” closes soon at Mia; and more.
ALSO: “Storytelling: Julie Buffalohead” at Mia; the Chenault Duo will present holiday organ duets at the Northrop; and more.
Plus: Prince exhibit at the History Center; the origins of “Alien”; Bram Stoker’s great grand-nephew; and more.
ALSO: “La Pasión según San Marcos” at Orchestra Hall; Ryan Berg Trio Featuring Nancy Harms at Crooners; and more.