Despite the hot weather, last night more than 10,000 people attended the Walker Art Center’s first ever Cat Video Festival.
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The Jungle Theater’s production is receiving rave reviews from critics who stress you don’t have to understand what’s going on to enjoy the show.
This week’s hounds put their stamp of approval on a haunting singer-songwriter from the Northwest, a fiber artist whose oversized pieces are as detailed as photographs, and giant bird houses that books fly in and out of.
To keep the song going while he sleeps, Mallman will hook up a heart-rate monitor and an EEG brainwave headset to control his synthesizer.
The $50,000 award for a mid-career public art project is the largest of its kind in the country.
Mixed Precipitation presents a doo-wopified version of Mozart’s opera in a community garden near you.
SPCO musicians make their case with music
The Adam Mecker Orchestra performs tonight at Jazz Central in Minneapolis.The group of young musicians draws on the big band heritage of days past while infusing music with modern beats and improvisational spirit.
According to three reviewers the show is still a knockout, while a third says there are a few missteps.
As contract negotiations near for both the Minnesota Orchestra and the SPCO, MPR’s Euan Kerr asks whether the Twin Cities can afford to support both organizations.