ALSO: A virtual Marcus Samuelsson book talk; “The Great Gatsby: A Graphic Novel Adaptation” book launch; and more.
ALSO: The Moving Company’s “Liberty Falls 2020”; Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra’s “The Mahler Project”; and more.
ALSO: Ariana Kim: “How Many Breaths?” Live Mini-Concerts; Talking Volumes: Sarah Broom, on Zoom; and more.
ALSO: John Rosengren presents “A Clean Heart” on Zoom; Aria Institute Show to be livestreamed; and more.
ALSO: “A Breath for George” at ASI; “Minnesota’s Black Community in the 21st Century” live virtual book launch; and more.
ALSO: Arts supporter Sen. Richard Cohen ends long career at the Legislature; a discussion about what should happen to protest art.
ALSO: Free reading from the U of M Press; Magers & Quinn is open for browsing; Frontline’s “Policing the Police” on PBS; and more.
In a week filled with grief and rage at the death of yet another black man at the hands of police, several nonprofits and organizations that serve the community were damaged or destroyed.
ALSO: Online discussion with Kate DiCamillo; Minnesota Opera’s “The Shining” to stream; and more.
ALSO: ASI’s online Cocktails at the Castle; Daniel Radcliffe reads the first chapter of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”; and more.
ALSO: Storytime From Space; a reading of “A Play by Barb and Carl”; “Rez Road 2000” online; and more.
ALSO: The Loft’s Virtual WordPlay Festival is under way; online screenings from the MSP Film Society; Edina Art Fair rescheduled; and more.
ALSO: Online offerings from the MSP Film Society, The Moving Company (“Speechless”) and Ananya Dance Theatre; and more.
Sheila Smith, executive director of Minnesota Citizens for the Arts and chair and project manager for Creative Minnesota, has a big-picture view of the arts in Minnesota: the organizations and people, why the arts matter, the economic impact of the arts on the state.