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MEDIA ALERT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Kristin Karpinsky 612-310-8520 firstname.lastname@example.org INTRODUCING: Sever’s Stories, Riddles & Rhymes Innovative and Interactive Outdoor Drive-Thru Storytime Event for All Ages! STARTS FRIDAY, AUGUST 21st WHAT: Sever’s Stories, Riddles & Rhymes Pack the entire family in the car and get out of the house for a safe storytime adventure with magic, humor, and visuals to engage and delight everyone. The folks at Sever’s Fall Festival have teamed up with Minnesota artist, Brian Sobaski, to bring…Find out more »
Minnesota’s Stay-In-Your-Car Haunted Attraction: The Abandoned Drive-Thru A Horrific Experience While Trapped in the Car With Friends… Who Will Cry First? WHAT: The Abandoned Drive-Thru Due to concerns over safety due to COVID-19, organizers of The Abandoned Hayride decided to cancel the event and instead came up with a safe yet equally horrifying and terror-ific idea: Let people stay in their cars and bring the terror and mayhem to them! Thus, The Abandoned Drive-Thru was created! This is a perfect…Find out more »
Scream Town Is OPEN! If You Dare…. Haunted Woods Walks, Open Air Mazes and Other Frightful Sites With Guidelines In Place For a Safe Yet Terrifying Ex-FEAR-ience! WHAT: Scream Town “Welcomes You” for the 2020 Season! Organizers at Scream Town have been working hard, making necessary changes to be able to safely open for a frightfully good fall season! Tickets will be extremely limited and timed. Guests will arrive at their designated time and begin the (scary) social distanced journey…Find out more »
Minnesota's capital city has a wealth of stunning sights. Our loop around the core will help you find all the hidden gems! Tourist, local, or new to town, this is a lively small group activity that anyone can enjoy. Lace up your walking shoes and get ready to experience the city like you never have before. Snap pics, race against the clock, and put your navigation skills to the test as you wander at your own pace. No reservations, no…Find out more »
Play The Escape Game’s newest game, Ruins: Forbidden Treasure, from anywhere in the world using Zoom. Control an avatar wearing a live feed camera, search 360° images of the room, and use items in your online dashboard to progress through the game! Plus, one of our Game Guides will be there to help along the way. Assemble a team of friends, family or co-workers no matter where they are! You have 60 minutes, can you escape? URL: https://TheEscapeGame.com/Remote-AdventuresFind out more »
As we approach the national election of 2020, there is no more pressing work than the work of civic engagement. VOTE!, a word that is a directive, an action, and an object, seeks to throw open the doors of Northern Clay Center and to rethink the role that a gallery traditionally serves. This exhibition will showcase artists who engage with questions of politics, citizenry, and activism through multiple lenses. We will also serve as a real and physical site for…Find out more »
As if to embody the year 2020 as we now understand it, Scale is an evolving theme in evolving times. Scale will underscore the nature of equality and justice for artists and the work they create. The exhibition will engage the viewer with questions about the inequality of engaging with work. Scale is a positive and proactive exploration of the information we employ to determine the intrinsic value of the artwork in our midst. Guest artists include Arthur Gonzales, Nuokan…Find out more »
The Anderson Center presents Course of Nature, a mixed media group exhibition in the Main Gallery that opens October 9 and runs through November 21, 2020, during open hours of Wed-Sat 11-4; Thursdays 11-7. The Anderson Center stewards nearly 300 acres in the Cannon River Valley as a nature preserve. Four featured artists engage with the land, water, and plants as co-creators in their work. They make images of place or use foraged organic materials to create ephemeral works that…Find out more »
Material, voice, color, activism, texture, and mastery of all of the above are on offer this month. Brent Pafford’s delight in the exploration of material captivates and happily forces conversation about object. The rhythmic surfaces, patterns, and colors of Matt Repsher’s work is hypnotic and satisfying in a more hushed fashion. Tricia Schmidt submits charming characters with covert messages of revolt, and Kurt Brian Webb conveys modern unrest and contemporary story, and both of them work fluidly between 3D modeling…Find out more »
Join us every Monday at ShowPlace ICON Minneapolis when Seniors (Age 60+) can get movie tickets at a reduced rate. It is $6.50 on our website or EXTRAS App when signed in to the free EXTRAS Program and $7.50 at the Box Office.Find out more »
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