Think art is for the weekends? Think again.

It’s Tuesday, not even Humpday, and yet when you look at what’s going on, it feels like a Friday. Take a look:

If you’re free at lunch you could head over to Sundin Music Hall at Hamline University in St. Paul. Today is the final quintet round for the International Piano-e-Competition, and six pianists will each play with the Rosalyra quartet, starting at noon. And it’s FREE.

Fountains of Wayne play an acoustic set at the Cedar Cultural Center in Minneapolis.

At the Guthrie you can take in a performance of “When We Are Married.”

Interested in cooling off? Take a walk through the Walker Art Center and stop by the lecture room for a screening of Bruce Connor’s “Luke” – a behind the scenes examination of the filming of “Cool Hand Luke,” starring Paul Newman. It plays on the hour, and runs 22 minutes.

Feeling sinful? Check out The Seven Deadlies at Bryant Lake Bowl tonight.

Art: it’s not just for weekends.

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