Cocktail history, Art Shanty Project: Freeloader Friday
|2009 Art Shanty, photo by Megan Jacobson|
Looking to stay warm and indoors this weekend? Check out the Bon Iver-inspired gallery show at XYandZ, or pick up a new hobby and attend a free homebrewing class.
Is your upcoming weekend extra-long due to Martin Luther King Jr. Day? We've got plenty of fun things to do on Monday as well.
Drew Peterson: A Moment Stays
(Burnet Gallery, The Chambers, Minneapolis, 612-767-6999, www.lemeridienchambers.com)
Negros on Ice
(Capri Theater, 2027 W. Broadway, Minneapolis, 612-643-2024, www.thecapritheater.org)
Legendary artist Prince Paul and his son present their traveling, theatrical hip-hop show. Read more about the show here. 8 p.m.
Up Simba!, Ponyboy, Throbbing Hot Rods, Speedboat Girls
(Hexagon Bar: 2600 27th Ave. S., Minneapolis, 612-722-3454, www.hexagonbar.com)
|From "This is Not a Place"|
(XYandZ, 3258 Minnehaha Ave. S., Minneapolis, 651-503-8062, www.thexyandz.com)
This multimedia installation, which opened Thursday night, includes film, sculpture, and photo work from Isaac Gale and David Jensen's ongoing film project for Bon Iver. Read more about it here.
(Gallery 122 At Hang It, 122 8th St. SE, Minneapolis, 612-874-7222)
Print art and wallpaper from Edie Overturf, Lauren Schuppe. 7-10 p.m.
(Traffic Zone Center For Visual Art, 250 3rd Ave. N., Minneapolis, 612-247-1244, www.trafficzoneart.com)
Work by Minneapolis photographers. 5:30-9:30 p.m.
Matt Ray & Those Damn Horses, Crazy Neighbors
(331 Club: 331 13th Ave. NE, Minneapolis, 612-331-1746, www.331.mn)
Schitty Weezer, Frizzle Fry
(Memory Lanes: 2520 26th Ave. S., Minneapolis, 612-721-6211, www.memorylanesmpls.com)
|Ana Soto, Solitary, age 11|
(UROC Gallery, 2001 Plymouth Ave. N., Minneapolis, 612-626-UROC, www.uroc.umn.edu)
Photography by youth explores the physical, emotional, and economic impact last May's tornado had on north Minneapolis.
Fogelberg, APS, and Red Wing Artists
(Northern Clay Center, 2424 E. Franklin Ave., Minneapolis, 612-339-8007, www.northernclaycenter.org)
Lace and Gunpowder: The Male/Female Exhibit
(Bloomington Theater and Art Center, 1800 W. Old Shakopee Road, Bloomington, 952-563-8587, www.bloomingtonartcenter.com)
Men and women working in the same media display their artwork side-by-side. 6-8 p.m.
|Nicholas Harper paired with Tina Blondell|