This week, the hounds find the art in a science fiction convention, the diversity of Beethoven’s music in Winona and a poster-like mural in Powderhorn.
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Susan Woehrle is a storyteller and writer from Minneapolis. She usually digs CONvergence, the Twin Cities’ annual science fiction and fantasy convention, but she’s especially excited about this year’s theme: “Tomorrow Through the Past.” With its focus on steampunk, she thinks this year’s convention will really showcase the imagination and artistic expression of the convention participants.
Minneapolis printmaker Joshua Norton thinks Richard Barlow’s mural in Minneapolis is no ordinary mural. The mural, which Barlow painted on the Acme Awning building in Minneapolis’ Powderhorn neighborhood through a Clean City grant, depicts a speed skating rink that used to be in Powderhorn Park. Norton loves how this image taken from a photograph from the Minnesota Historical Society manages to be nostalgic and modern at the same time.
Jonelle Moore, a pianist from Winona, looks forward to the Minnesota Beethoven Festival every year. Beethoven is her favorite composer and she feels the Winona festival really captures the depth and diversity of his compositions. The festival is going on through July 17 and features many different performances, including tonight’s free Minnesota Orchestra concert at the Lake Park Bandshell.
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