GoSeeDo: December 2020

December 3 — Descent Online Film Premiere

Alice Sheppard (l) and Laurel Lawson. Photo Jay Newman

Choreographers and disability activists Alice Sheppard and Laurel Lawson perform a duet that re-centers ideas of physicality, weaving choreography, video projections, and soundscape to enact a queer interracial love story. The performers will conduct a post-show artist conversation. $18.50. 8pm. walkerart.org

December 3-12 — Good Medicine Festival

Writer Yvette Nolan describes the importance of medicine in Native theater: “Medicine is about connection, about health” and “good medicine makes community.” New Native Theatre presents a festival showcasing the work of Native American, Alaska Native, Hawaiian, and First Nations playwrights. The festival will usher in a time of connection, community, and ceremony. $60 or pay-what-you-can (suggested $20). newnativetheatre.org

December 5 — Franconia Frost Fest

Guests at Franconia Sculpture Park’s holiday market and bazaar will find unique gifts by local artisans and vendors and spend time skating the new free artist-designed ice rink. Reservations required. Free. 12-4pm. Franconia Sculpture Park, Shafer. franconia.org

December 7 — Cultivating Creativity

Ranee Ramaswamy. Photo Rebecca Studios

Ragamala Artistic Directors Ranee and Aparna Ramaswamy and Choreographic Associate Ashwini Ramaswamy share their decades of experience building an arts nonprofit. Registration required. Free. 7pm. Northrup, Mpls. Livestream available. northrup.umn.edu

December 30-31 — Connie Evingson and Joyann Parker

Joyann Parker

Local jazz and pop musician Connie Evingson and blues musician Joyann Parker headline alternating shows to ring in 2021. Mandatory COVID-19 precautions are in place. $40-50. 5:30pm. Crooner’s Supper Club, Mpls. croonersloungemn.com

Through January 10 — An Extra/ordinary Holiday in Extraordinary Times

American Swedish Institute invites guests to an immersive indoor and outdoor experience. Wander the merrily decorated Turnblad Mansion and explore an outdoor story trail based on traditional folk tales throughout ASI’s grounds. Mandatory COVID-19 precautions. $6-12. Thursday through Sunday, 10 am to 4 pm. American Swedish Institute, Mpls. asimn.org

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