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While releasing the artist from having to achieve a subject’s likeness, abstract art challenges the artist to create an image that is convincing without the benefit of referring to something else. The ABSTRACT exhibition highlights the vitality and scope of this genre. All exhibited work is for sale. Curated by Artist-Instructor Ellen Richman and Exhibits Director Robert Bowman. (Photo: details of work by Michael Schmidt, Tara Costello, Polly Norman, Eric Ketelson, and Jill Evans)Find out more »
The 24th Annual Minnesota Autism Conferenceis where we'll join our voices as a passionate network to connect and inspire innovation. Here, expert speakers, educators, professionals, caregivers, and individuals with autism have a platform to exchange knowledge and ideas with one another - all with the goal of enhancing the lives of those on the autism spectrum.Find out more »
YELLOW TREE THEATRE presents... CRY IT OUT by Molly Smith Metzler directed by Angela Timberman APRIL 12 - MAY 12 SYNOPSIS A biting comedy about staying home with baby! Cooped up on maternity leave and starved for conversation, neighbors Jessie and Lina become fast friends when they begin daily coffee dates in their adjoining backyards while their newborns nap. Though from vastly different financial backgrounds, they bond over their ferocious love for their babies and the monumental demands of new…Find out more »
Celebrate National Poetry Month with Milkweed Editions! Join us for an evening honoring outstanding poets from the upper Midwest and the vitality of the poetry community at large. A reception will take place on the second floor of the Open Book building with poets and their many fans (plus poetry-themed drinks and hors d'oeuvres), and then the fun continues with a reading featuring the finalists* for this year's Ballard Spahr Prize for Poetry. (Finalists will be announced in early April.)…Find out more »
LGBTQ Lobby Day Launch: A Fundraiser to End Conversion Therapy Wednesday April 24, 2019 6 PM - 8 PM Appetizers and drinks included. Featuring special guest Garrard Conley, the writer of Boy Erased, a memoir about Garrard's traumatic experience in conversion “therapy.” With new faces in power, we have an opportunity in Minnesota to advance LGBTQ equity and stop dangerous attempts to pass discriminatory legislation. We do this by organizing across the state and showing our force at the Minnesota…Find out more »
Join NCC for the 14th installment of this show-and-tell“ series, featuring Ted Adler, spring visiting McKnight artist from Kansas, and Mic Stowell, a 2017 McKnight Artist Fellow. The presenters will each share and discuss objects from their personal collections that have inspired and influenced their pottery. This event will provide a glimpse into the lives and stories of each artist. You won't want to miss it! Register for your free spot: https://store.northernclaycenter.org/looking-learning-18857202.html ART@HAND is NCC's series of accessible programs for…Find out more »
Free concert by USAF Airmen of Note, the premier jazz ensemble of the United States Air Force from Washington, D.C. Wednesday, Apr. 24 at 7:30 p.m. Bethel University Benson Great Hall 3900 Bethel Drive Saint Paul, MN 55112 Free tickets available here: http://www.bethel.edu/events/2019/usaf-airmen-of-noteFind out more »
Visit R.F. Moeller Jeweler to experience serious sparkle! During this event, all loose diamonds, diamond engagement rings, and diamond jewelry will be 10% to 50% off. If you’ve been thinking about upgrading to a larger or finer diamond, there’s no better time. R.F. Moeller accepts trade-ins on diamonds purchased from its store as well as other jewelers. Visit R.F. Moeller’s website for a preview of event deals. Where? R.F. Moeller Jeweler – Highland Park 2065 Ford Parkway, Saint Paul, MN…Find out more »
Co-presented by Walker Art Center and Northrop. Twin Cities -- based ensemble Brownbody, known for "breaking down cultural barriers in figure skating" (Blavity), presents an excerpt of their new work, Tracing Steps, in conjunction with Le Patin Libre's Vertical Influences performance. Black social dances from centuries of slavery in America--including buck and wing dances and jigs--are translated to the ice, telling a vital story of resilience, resistance, and unity that continues to resonate today. Free tickets to Brownbody's performance are…Find out more »
Stop in for a guided tour of NCC's exhibitions In Service and Trading Post. Featuring socially engaged artists and organizations, In Service will give you a glimpse at the ways that clay can be more than just an intimate one-on-one experience with an object. Trading Post highlights the internal musings of artists as they exchange ideas and contemplations. The show closes on Sunday, April 28, so mark your calendar to check out these shows! In Service: Engaging and Connecting through…Find out more »
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