This weekend the Commonweal Theater Company in Lanesboro, Minnesota will celebrate the opening of the play The Metal Children, written by the American playwright Adam Rapp
A look around the arts and cultural events happening throughout Minnesota this weekend.
This weekend is an exceptionally lively time for the Duluth art scene which includes a musical opening, a CD release show, a diorama, and then some.
Betty Fletcher Mast has led boys, girls, men and women ringers.
National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Rocco Landesman visited Fargo Thursday to talk about a public art project he says the NEA will use as a model across the country.
Michelle and Paul Haugerud, owners of the JEM Theater in Harmony, Minn., say they’ve been able to raise $7,200 in donations and secure a short-term loan to buy a used digital projector for $55,000. That could keep the theater open, for now.
A new public radio show debuts this weekend that gives “A Prairie Home Companion” an Iron Range twist. Think lumberjacks and miners, not Lutheran bachelor farmers.
Fall festivals are in full swing in southeastern Minnesota, including three in the Lake Pepin area. They start this weekend with the Fresh Art Fall Tour and the Red Wing Festival of the Arts. Later in the month, the towns of Pepin and Stockholm, Wisconsin will host the Flyway Film Festival.
Fall is the season of the corn maze, and there’s a pretty neat one near Park Rapids.
A Center for the Arts in Fergus Falls just hired Michael Burgraff as the organizations new executive director.