Weekend outlook: 50/50


Charles Sheeler, Buildings at Lebanon, 1949

Part of the Walker Art Center’s “50/50” exhibition

The Walker Art Center presents 50/50 – a print show organized in part by votes from the public, and in part by a staff curator. Artists include Chuck Close, Kiki Smith and Charles Sheeler.

While you’re at the Walker, check out the free screening of David Wojnarowicz’ “Fire in my Belly” – and click here to read about the video surrounding the controversy.

Rosemary Williams is obsessed with stuff. Particularly her stuff. Her latest show at the Soap Factory consists of a series of films documenting every single thing she owns. Each room in the gallery focuses on a different room in her house, and explores our fascination with objects, from the monumental to the mundane.

Looking for something a little more kid-friendly? Zenon Dance Company presents “The Nutcracker According to Mother Goose” at the Southern Theater. 45-minute matinees are just right for the little ones.

Don’t forget to check the December Holiday guide for more ideas…

So, what are you doing this weekend?

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