Art Hounds: A family struggles with the death of a patriarch
Art Hounds
by Minnesota Public Radio
5d ago
From MPR News, Art Hounds are members of the Minnesota arts community who look beyond their own work to highlight what’s exciting in local art. Want to be an Art Hound? Submit here. Click here. Confronting shadows Full Circle Theater Company’s thought-provoking new production “They Wear Teal Ribbons Around Their Tongues” delves deep into the dynamics of a family grappling with the aftermath of their patriarch’s death. St. Paul actor Chris Collier had a chance to read the script for Full Circle Theater Company’s current show, “They Wear Teal Ribbons Around Their Tongues,” and he ..read more
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Art Hounds: High school and college classical
Art Hounds
by Minnesota Public Radio
1w ago
From MPR News, Art Hounds are members of the Minnesota arts community who look beyond their own work to highlight what's exciting in local art. Want to be an Art Hound? Submit here. Click here. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/art-hounds/id525807829 Future stars shine Experience the talent and dedication of tomorrow's musical stars at the Schubert Club student scholarship competition winners' recital. Aimée Baxter of St. Paul loves the arts, and one of her favorite concerts of the year is “Musicians on the Rise – Competition Winners Recital.” Over 200 high school and college stu ..read more
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Art Hounds: Folk tales cast in silver
Art Hounds
by Minnesota Public Radio
3w ago
From MPR News, Art Hounds are members of the Minnesota arts community who look beyond their own work to highlight what's exciting in local art. Want to be an Art Hound? Submit here. Click here. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/art-hounds/id525807829?mt=2 Crafting tales in silver Discover the enchanting world of Norwegian folk tales reimagined through contemporary jewelry at the Nordic Center. Renowned artist Liz Bucheit's exhibition "Hand of Huldra" showcases the tradition of silver as protection against evil, blending myth and craftsmanship. Alison Aune is a professor of art ed ..read more
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Art Hounds: We cannot eat ceramics
Art Hounds
by Minnesota Public Radio
1M ago
Fiber and textile artist Shannon Twohy of Minneapolis recently saw the Northern Clay Centers exhibition “Edible,” which she found thought-provoking. The show brings together works by five Asian American artists, including Anika Hsiung Schneider of Minneapolis, all investigating food and culture through clay. Twohy appreciates that each artist explores the medium differently, creating sculptures that vary from stylistic representations to creations that look good enough to eat.  “Edible” is on view through April 21 both in-person and online, here.   Edible at Northern Clay C ..read more
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Art Hounds: The scent of art, the poetry of Bly, Gilbert and Sullivan
Art Hounds
by Minnesota Public Radio
1M ago
Michelle Wegler of Duluth recommends seeing the exhibit of fellow plein air painter Cheryl LeClaire-Sommer. Her current show, “Scents to Scenes: A Project Space Exhibition” consists of oil paintings of landscapes inspired by scent.  LeClaire-Sommer used essential oils to inspire her choice of location for each painting. Balsam or cedar scents, for example, might lead her to paint a cedar grove. The oil paintings, created from locations across Minnesota specifically for this show, range from 8x10 to larger pieces, which she finished in-studio. Both the studies and larger pieces are on vi ..read more
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Art Hounds: Horror theater, family jazz and a ‘conceptual dreamscape’
Art Hounds
by Minnesota Public Radio
2M ago
Performance artist and musician Tri Vo loves the work of Theater Mu, and he’s looking forward to seeing them take on the horror genre in the world premiere of Keiko Green’s play “Hells Canyon.” As with many classic horror pieces, we’re headed to a cabin in the woods with a group of unsuspecting friends. They’ve booked a weekend trip in eastern Oregon, near Hells Canyon. In 1887, it was the location where white gang members massacred 34 Chinese gold miners, an actual event called the Hells Canyon Massacre. As the night progresses, supernatural forces threaten to break in, raising the temperat ..read more
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Art Hounds: Gospel, community and a talking house
Art Hounds
by Minnesota Public Radio
2M ago
St. Paul actor, vocalist and community organizer T. Mychael Rambo wants everyone to know about “The Sounds of Gospel” presented by 2nd Chance Outreach this weekend at the Cowles Center in Minneapolis.  The two-hour show highlights the range and evolution of gospel music, from spirituals to psalms to contemporary songs. Rambo says to expect an evening of music that will have you clapping your hands, stomping your feet and raising up a shout for more. The performances are Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m.  Padma Wudali of Minneapolis describes herself as an amateur ..read more
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Art Hounds: Love, dance and embroidery
Art Hounds
by Minnesota Public Radio
3M ago
Opera lover Miluska Novota of Minneapolis says she’s “saltando en dos patitas — jumping on two feet” for joy as she looks forward to seeing Venessa Becerra in Minnesota Opera’s “Elixir of Love.” Novota loved the soprano’s performance in “The Daughter of the Regiment,” and she’s happy to see a Latina performer take the lead role as Adina. In Gaetano Donizetti’s popular comedic opera, lowly farmer Nemorino (Andrew Stenston), tries to win the heart of the beautiful, strong-willed Adina, and a love potion feels like just the way to go. It’s a plot worth of a telenovela, says Novota, but with bea ..read more
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