Art Hounds: Flint Hills, Sound Unseen, New Works

teenspririt.jpgStill from “Sounds Like Teen Spirit,” screening Friday at Sound Unseen in Duluth.

It’s an all-festival installment this week as the hounds look forward to an international childrens fest, a festival of films about music and an experimental theater festival.

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sharondemark.jpgSharon DeMark has gotten in the habit of going to the annual Flint Hills International Children’s Festival at the Ordway in St. Paul, and her family is usually in tow. Sharon, the arts program officer for the St. Paul Foundation, says the five dollar ticket price for some incredible international children’s acts is amazing, as is the number of free performances happening in Rice Park. The festival runs June 1-6.

jeansramek.JPGJean Sramek predicts the hipster-friendly yet encompassing Sound Unseen International Film and Music Festival will be a hit when it makes its inaugural appearance in Duluth June 2-6. Jean is a Duluth theater artist and music buff who describes Sound Unseen as a festival of films about music from around the world, coupled with live music, of course. Sound Unseen has migrated north after being a mainstay in Minneapolis for the last decade.

benmcginley.JPGMinneapolis dance and theater videographer Ben McGinley says an unpredictable, rich experience awaits you at the Red Eye Theater in Minneapolis as its New Works 4 Weeks Festival unfolds during the month of June. Ben is particularly interested in the “Works in Progress” series, June 3 – 6, in which five artists will each have 15 minutes to give audiences a glimpse at new work they’re developing.

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