ALSO: The 2021 Minneapolis Aquatennial; Minnesota Sinfonia at Gibbs Farm; and more.
ALSO: “Fanfare for the Commons” at Excelsior Commons; “Mr. Tornado” on PBS; and more.
ALSO: Local theaters share in $1.5 million Mellon grant; “The Music Man” at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres; and more.
ALSO: Meet a Musician/ACCENT: Osmo Vänskä and Erin Keefe, a virtual event; Al Franken: The Only Former U.S. Senator Currently on Tour Tour, Oct. 2 at the Pantages; and more.
ALSO: Minneapolis Sculpture Garden summer tours begin; “5 Black Poets Call for Social Justice One Year After George Floyd’s Murder”; and more.
ALSO: “This Is a Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist” on Netflix; start reaping benefits of upcoming Independent Bookstore Week now; and more.
ALSO: Virtual Exhibition Exploration: “Designs for Different Futures” at the Walker; Northrop presents RUBBERBAND’s online premiere of “Vic’s Mix”; and more.
ALSO: “Never Too Late: The Doc Severinsen Story” on TPT 2; Schubert Club presents Clara Osowski and Jeffrey Van in a Courtroom Concert; and more.
ALSO: VocalEssence’s “Call of the North” features Minnesota composers and poets; Davina and the Vagabonds to livestream from the Dakota; and more.
ALSO: Ragamala will dance to a new home in Kingfield; Talking Volumes presents Talking Race with Naima Coster; and more.
ALSO: Minnesota Orchestra: “Soaring Strings” livestream; poet Nikky Finney in livestreamed conversation with U of M poet and professor Douglas Kearney; and more.
ALSO: “Extraordinary Women” to open at the Minnesota History Center; the New Standards to livestream from the Dakota; and more.
ALSO: Streaming on demand: “Our Right to Gaze: Black Film Identities”; the Jake Baldwin Quartet at Crooners; and more.
ALSO: “21 Extremely Bad Breakups” streaming now; the Walker reopens; and more.
ALSO: Alec Soth & Dave King livestreamed from The Parkway; the SPCO’s Piano Quartets with Stewart Goodyear; and more.
ALSO: Catching up with Sheila Smith on the state of the arts.
ALSO: Virtual Studio Visit: Piotr Szyhalski and Russ White at the Weisman; Ephraim Asili’s “The Inheritance” at the Walker’s Virtual Cinema; and more.
ALSO: On the Children’s Theatre website: “Last Stop on Market Street”; Eddie Glaude Jr. on “James Baldwin’s Lessons on Race in America” at a virtual Westminster Town Hall Forum; and more.
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: Peter Geye presents “Northernmost” on Zoom; the Met’s “Porgy and Bess,” streamed; and more.