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5th Annual Chalkfest Will Color Outside the Lines Chalkfest at Arbor Lakes 2020 Features Global Virtual Creations and A Maple Grove Mural Tour Virtual Event is August 29th and 30th Mural Tour Runs: Aug. 15st – Sept. 30th WHAT: 5th Annual Chalkfest at Arbor Lakes Due to the pandemic, Chalkfest will take on a different shape this year without losing the “wow” factor that has drawn tens of thousands of artists and guests to Maple Grove every year. In fact,…Find out more »
Groveland Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Blue Wood, an exhibit of new paintings by St. Paul artist, Dan Bruggeman. For over 30 years his work has been part of exhibitions across the U.S. including the Albright Knox Museum in Buffalo, the North Dakota Museum of Art in Grand Forks, the Museum of Nebraska Art in Kearny, and the Minnesota Museum of American Art in St. Paul. Bruggeman currently teaches in the Fine Art Department at Carleton College…Find out more »
Elsewhere, an exhibit of new paintings by Dani Roach opens September 12th at Groveland Gallery. In this exhibition, Roach continues to explore the intersection between representational imagery and abstract space. These new paintings composed of flat planes of rich color and delicate details, create a balance between reality and abstraction. The artist states, “Elsewhere: this is where the images for this small body of work originated. Before COVID-19, I travelled freely. Wandering elsewhere was a given, a need and an…Find out more »
Northrop Presents Katelyn Emerson, Organ Tue, Sep 29, 7:30 pm Carlson Family Stage Live Stream Option Available This event will be captioned, with other accessibility services available upon request. Sine nomine -- Katelyn Emerson, who has “taken the organ world by storm” (The Diapason), makes her Northrop debut on the historic Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ with a program of German, English and French organ music. Known for her technical facility and musicianship, Emerson garners acclaim from new listeners of classical music…Find out more »
For the Kids is the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities premier annual benefit celebrating members and their successes. Auctions, youth performances, and games make for an exciting and engaging evening that highlights our young people and how the Clubs are changing lives daily. All proceeds go directly to our Clubs and programs to provide safe spaces and valuable growth opportunities for Twin Cities youth!Find out more »
Northrop Presents GALLIM Thu, Nov 19, 7:30 pm Online Performance including Artist Conversation This event will be captioned, with other accessibility services available upon request. A New Dance Film by Andrea Miller and Helix Films based on BOAT In-demand choreographer Andrea Miller’s dances emphasize the contrasts of being human—the grotesque and the sublime, the chaos and the elegance, with movement both primal and poetic. Through an innovative creative collaboration with Northrop, Miller’s company, GALLIM, debuts an evocative new dance film…Find out more »
Walker Art Center and Northrop Present Kinetic Light Online premiere Thu, Dec 3, 8:00 pm including Artist Conversation Performance available through Sat, Dec 5 The Artist Conversation will include ASL interpretation and captioning DESCENT Under the artistic leadership of “innovator in disability arts” (The New York Times), Alice Sheppard’s Kinetic Light enables new understandings of the moving world. Dancers perch, swoop, and soar on a striking custom-built ramp of curves and peaks in DESCENT in this recorded version making its…Find out more »
Northrop Presents RUBBERBAND Sat, Feb 6, 7:30 pm Sun, Feb 7, 2:00 pm Carlson Family Stage Live Stream Option Available for Sunday performance This event will be captioned, with other accessibility services available upon request. Vic’s Mix --- Mixed repertory program Spanning RUBBERBAND’S 18 years “Three points of contact” defines choreographer and RUBBERBAND founder Victor Quijada’s work and style as an unusually difficult yet expressive and highly athletic dance form that connects dancers to the stage, or each other, with…Find out more »
U of M School of Music Presents In Concert: University Organist Dean Billmeyer Tue, Feb 9, 7:30 pm Carlson Family Stage University of Minnesota Organist Dean Billmeyer continues to showcase Northrop's restored pipe organ in a variety of works that illustrate the instrument’s palette. The program will include music of Bach performed in Karl Straube’s uniquely Romantic idiom.Find out more »
Northrop Presents Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE– 35th anniversary season Thu, Feb 18, 5:00 pm and 8:00 pm Carlson Family Stage Live Stream Option Available Thu at 8:00 pm This event will be captioned, with other accessibility services available upon request. Mixed repertory -- Grace Mercy Celebrating its 35th anniversary, Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE’s body of work blends contemporary, African, Caribbean, and social dance forms to express spirituality, African-American and diaspora culture and the beauty of movement in many forms. Grace, Brown’s breakout…Find out more »
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