What’s happening Minnesota? This weekend in arts and culture

This weekend marks the opening of an exhibit titled “Luke Holden’s Heavy Flow” at the independently owned Ochre Ghost gallery. It will display the artwork by local artist Skid Mark. The exhibit opens Friday, April 13th and will continue until April 19th. The exhibit will include all new artwork in watercolors, collages, and prints. Ochre Ghost is a gallery located downtown in Duluth, Minnesota that focuses on the efforts of emerging artists in the area. The gallery is unique because it is devoted to representing the underground art that is created by young talented individuals.

To find out more about this event and so much more, check out Ennyman’s blog.

On Friday April 13th there will also be an opening at Prøve Gallery, which is another independently owned gallery located in Duluth that features experimental and contemporary artwork. The show is titles “Sanctuary” and will be premiering installation work created by the owners of Prøve Gallery,

For a more theatrical experience, check out Yellow Tree Theater located in Osseo, Minnesota for a performance of The Glass Menagerie.

The Glass Menagerie 60 trailer. from Yellow Tree Theatre on Vimeo.

The Yellow Tree homepage provides further detail about what the show will consist of: “In a cramped St. Loius apartment the Wingfield family–the hysterical Amanda, her aspiring poet son, Tom, and her fragile daughter, Laura struggle to survive the battleground of fear and constriction in which they live. Amanda’s overbearing behavior cripples her children as they struggle to bear the weight of her impossible expectations. When a gentleman caller arrives for Laura, the small flicker of hope he offers is quickly extinguished as reality comes crashing down on the family.” The show will be opening on April 13th and will run until May 6th.

More arts and cultural listings from around the state on Minnesota Today.

— Liz Pedersen

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