Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Exhibitions and Openings THIS WEEK

March 2 (today)

History Theatre
30 E 10th St, Downtown St. Paul

Hosted by
Lounge-asaurus Rex

In the Lobby
Lauren S. Strom
RagRug & Roll
The Pizpor Comedy Magic Show

On Stage:

Act I - G-rated - 7 p.m.
Rince na Chroi (Irish Dance)
History Theatre presents "American as
Curry Pie" (Theater)
Teddy Bear Tornado (Improv)
The Flower Shop Project presents Episode II of "River of
Passion" (Theater)
Lounge-asaurus Rex
Green T Productions presents "Kecak Recital" (Theater)

Act II - Unrated - 8:15 p.m.
Rhonda Laurie (Jazz)
The Chameleon Theatre Circle presents
"Marat/Sade" (Theater)
The Dregs (Band)
Theatre Unbound presents "Murderess" (Theater)
Pete 'N' Putter (Improv)
Live Action Set presents "The 7-Shot Symphony" (Theater)
The Smarts

March 3
Casket Arts Open Studios

Open Studios! Artists at work and on display! Spend your Thursday evening exploring the arts of NE Minneapolis.

Paradise Center for the Arts 
Exhibition Opening 5-7pm
321 Central Ave N, Faribault, MN

“The beauty in everyday things” “Along The Way” “Conspiracy”(3 Photographers with 3 different styles)
Carlander Family Gallery March 4th – April 23rd
Artist Reception March 4th 5-7 pm
Loretta Verbout
 “The beauty in everyday things” – This show will include moments captured in time of everyday day sites that we normally pas by or do not give a second thought to, along with trying to look at things from a bit of a different angle. The majority of the works tend to be pictures of local nature, things from my own floral garden, and explorations of the nature of Minnesota, northwestern Illinois, southwestern Wisconsin, and northeastern/ east central Iowa.
Catherine Michele Adams “Along the Way” – Recently I toured the American South, Midwest, and Northeast.  I found remote grottos, grand national monuments, street artists entertaining children, shopping center escalators covered in rubble, waterfalls, and the ocean.  ”Along The Way” presents these sites and sightings in Vandyke brownprints, giving a glimpse on to the American way.
Laura Schenck “Conspiracy”- An exhibit of digital photographs of the seemingly unremarkable, sometimes ugly leavings of everyday life: rust and grime, deposits and stains, mildew and decay. Removed from the context of a clean and orderly world they reveal something quite unexpected: the art in accident and the ubiquity of beauty.
dancing forks in paradise
Lois Vranesh Boardroom Gallery March 4th – April 25th
Artist Reception March 4th from 5-7pm
Lauren S. Strom

This is a show full of joy, play, and color.  Abstract pieces mingle with happy owls on canvas to inspire you to smile, sigh, and feel good.

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