Local Heroes, Xenophobia in America, Virtual Minnesota Music Festival, and more
February 7 — Urban Expedition to Ghana For the month of February, the Landmark Center’s “Urban Expedition” series explores crafts,
December 3 — Descent Online Film Premiere Choreographers and disability activists Alice Sheppard and Laurel Lawson perform a duet that
Mu Training, The Great Divide, Electric Arc, and more.
October 2 — Global Rights for Women NOW Gather virtually in solidarity to end violence against women and girls around
New World Night Market, Visual Translations, Digital Wellbeing
Powderhorn Art Fair, the Minneapolis Revitalization Auction, JusUs Health care conference, An Intergenerational Conversation, LUNAFEST, and reading for racial justice
Mixed Blood Responds, Playwriting Workshop, Reflections on Isolation, book discussion about “A Good Time for the Truth”
Twin Cities Pride Festival, Naomi Wallace play reading, short film competition, Lakewood Cemetery art therapy, Greater Than Fear series
As we enter the second month of social distancing, many arts organizations are keeping audiences engaged with virtual activities and resources for staying healthy and connected amidst the crisis.
Editor’s Note: Many events are postponed in April because of the social distancing required to curb the spread of COVID-19.
3/1—Justice for Peace The Sphinx Virtuosi is a chamber ensemble comprised of the nation’s top Black and Latinx classical string