Arts & Performance

HATCH PechaKucha Night: Artists Who Teach

Learn about artists who teach, at a PechaKucha Sunday, Jan. 20, 6pm. Art Force will host the free, open-to-public event at 1400 Van Buren St. NE. In this fast-paced format, artists show and explain work with 20 slides in 20 seconds each.

MacPhail Spotlight Series: Roaring Twenties

Hear iconic songs like “Honeysuckle Rose,”  “Sweet Sue,” and “Ain’t We Got Fun” alongside instrumental selections, as this program takes you back to America’s most transformative and mythical era.

Jazz band:
Jerry Rubino, piano; Greg Keel, saxophone; Paul Babcock, drums; Tom Pieper, bass

Vocalists:
Andrea Leap and Joey Clark

Tickets may be purchased by calling 612.767.5250.

WHS Fall Musical - The Secret Garden

Set in the early 20th Century, this story follows a young English girl orphaned by cholera.  She is sent to Yorkshire to live with relatives she has never met, and befriends a young gardiner as they bring new life into a neglected garden.  

Come see the Wayzata High School Theatre put on an amazing performance of this Tony award winning musical.

For more information, visit http://www.whstheatre.com

WHS Fall Musical - The Secret Garden

Set in the early 20th Century, this story follows a young English girl orphaned by cholera.  She is sent to Yorkshire to live with relatives she has never met, and befriends a young gardiner as they bring new life into a neglected garden.  

Come see the Wayzata High School Theatre put on an amazing performance of this Tony award winning musical.

For more information, visit http://www.whstheatre.com

Moore Magic @ Plymouth Playhouse

In this era of digital trickery, you cannot believe everything you see or hear on a screen. But can you believe your own eyes when the unimaginable happens right in front of you? Prepare to be amazed and intrigued as Adam and Lisa Moore perform grand illusions, escapes, appearances and disappearances — often with help from an audience member! Details about the show at https://www.plymouthplayhouse.com

Faces of Change - Solo Exhibition by Natalia Berglund

Plymouth-based artist, Natalia Berglund’s solo exhibition at TMORA, presents a fresh perspective on one of art’s oldest genres. This exhibition attempts to forge links between the past and present by fusing elements of the traditional Russian religious icon with modern glamour and sensual portraiture that is omnipresent in today’s culture.

The exhibition is grouped into thematic sections that create a progression from traditional gilded iconic imagery to contemporary fluid ink paintings.

Solo exhibition of nature inspired art

Umbreen Hasan’s solo exhibition is running during August at Dow Gallery, St Paul. Her art is vibrant, colorful and nature inspired. Original and prints available

She was featured in Maple Grove Patch in Jan 2018. Her artworks are exhibited locally as well as nationally. 


Opening reception is August 4th from 6-9 pm at the Dow Gallery
Check her website at www.umbreenhasan.com
Instagram @artbyumbreen

Perceptions of Norway

Perceptions of Norway seeks to expand common perceptions of Norwegians and their culture. Through the eyes of a fellow American, photographer Nancy Bundt — an expat residing in Norway for 25 years — guests to the exhibit will be able to witness the photos and stories of a diverse group of Norwegians.

On display now-June 10 at Norway House.

Wayzata High School Theatre presents Eurydice

EURYDICE by Sarah Ruhl
 
Pulitzer Prize-finalist and renowned playwright Sarah Ruhl reimagines one of the oldest myths in Eurydice, a tale of lost love and irrevocable choices. Turning the Orpheus myth on its head, this new version follows Eurydice on a journey into a Wonderland-esque Underworld, where she comes up against a Greek chorus of talking stones and the Lord of the Underworld himself. When her husband Orpheus comes to rescue her, the two must grapple with a reality neither of them could have ever dreamed of.

Pink Floyd's The Wall: A Rock Ballet

Twin Cities Ballet of Minnesota is excited to announce the World Premiere of its all-new original full-length rock ballet, The Wall, with live music by the band Run Like Hell! This groundbreaking event—a Minnesota first—features an incredible collaboration of local artists­: choreographers, dancers, painter, and musicians, and demonstrates TCB’s artistic vision and its dancers’ versatility.

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