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Cynthia Weiss creates large paper and Tyvek installations using negative and positive space, and light and shadow, to explore themes of absence and presence. She works from field notes, drawings, and research on ecosystems at risk. In her Outlook Gallery installation, Cynthia celebrates the Mississippi River flyway. She speaks to issues of environmental mismatch and adaptive climate practices like silviculture needed to sustain our forests and rivers. The process of mismatch and mistiming happens when animals and birds return to…Find out more »
April 19 – July 9, 2022 at Textile Center Open 11 am - 3 pm, Tuesday - Saturday Join us for this special spring and summer exhibition, showcasing rising talent from across the country. This exhibition project continues our commitment to outstanding, contemporary work being done by artists in support of underrepresented communities in the field of fiber art. This range of work and practices, unique to each artist, addresses myriad ways that textile materials, processes, histories, and traditions continue…Find out more »
We have an exciting new brunch menu and chef just in time for patio season. We will be spilling bottomless mimosas and endless bloody marys with entree purchase. Reserved discounted parking is available by visiting our home page and clicking on parking. Join us on the patio with your furby or in our lobby with occasional theater brunches for all your brunch desires.Find out more »
Come Experience Animals from 6 Continents at Award Winning Safari North Wildlife Park More than 150 Species Plus Expedition Safari, a Train Ride through 10 Acres, Amusement Rides and One of the Few Places in the Midwest to See Cheetahs! WHAT: Safari North Wildlife Park in Brainerd Set to Open May 7, 2022 Award-winning Safari North Wildlife Park features more than 150 species from six continents, and gives guests an up-close look at species specific to the African Safari while…Find out more »
The Art of Banksy, the largest touring exhibition of authentic Banksy artworks in the world, will be at the Lighthouse ArtSpace in Northeast Minneapolis from May 12 to July 10. This exhibition features over 100 original works from private collectors across the globe, offering a rare opportunity to view authenticated and certified Banksy artworks rarely seen by the general public. The Art of Banksy is located at Lighthouse ArtSpace Minneapolis (1515 Central Ave. NE). Ticket prices start at $39.99 ($29.99…Find out more »
Since 2010, the Minnesota Cuba Film Festival (MCFF) has brought to the Land of 10,000 Lakes some of the best Cuban films. This year’s festival will take place at MSP Film at the Main Theatre, 15 SE Main St, Minneapolis on six consecutive Thursdays, May 26-June 30. The MCFF features films that address the achievements and challenges of the Cuban people through the eyes of its filmmakers. The festival highlights diverse and challenging films of social change, human struggle and…Find out more »
Marketfest is a summer festival in beautiful downtown White Bear Lake that runs Thursday evenings from 6:00 to 9:00 pm, June 16 – July 28, 2022. In its 31st year it continues to attract locals and visitors who are interested in a lively, family-friendly atmosphere. Each week two stages offer live concerts showcasing local bands from diverse musical genres including jazz, blues, rock, folk, country, and funk. The festival features children's games and activities, pony rides, a farmer’s market and…Find out more »
Minneapolis was built on the foundation of flour and lumber mills along the Mississippi River, and today those riches can be felt in all the magnificent buildings bursting across the skyline. 8 miles of Skyway connect all of downtown so you never have to go outside, but today weʼre going to take a stroll out in the fresh air, where youʼll find all the cityʼs best sights. Letʼs get started !Find out more »
Stand where Saint Paul began and walk through its origin tales and historic towers into its anticipated future. Downtown shaped the state of Minnesota through its booming population, architecture, and businesses. Learn of Saint Paul’s first murder, first mystery, and many stories of the first settlers. July tour date reservations are currently available, and August tour date reservations will be open on July 1st. Reservations are required and available online at It Happened Right Here: Saint Paul’s Origins Tickets in…Find out more »
A weekly summer staple of downtown Rochester, Thursdays Downtown combines arts, music, food and a vendor market into one free community-uniting, block-party-style event! Every week running June 16 through August 18, enjoy life, feel a sense of place, and interact with others at the Thursdays Downtown. Your taste buds will be satisfied with enticing foods and musical styles, too.Find out more »
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