Sep
21
to May 11

"Minnesota Varsity": Competition for High School Music Composers on Classical Minnesota Public Radio

Teen musicians: what original melodies and textures can you imagine for piano, violin & cello? A solo, a duet, a trio? All the combinations are available to you in this year’s Minnesota Varsity composer category, and we’re eager to hear what you create!

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Nov
21
to May 31

"RACE: Are We So Different?" a HCSCC and Science Museum of MN Collaboration

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The impact of RACE: Are We So Different? is amplified when combined with thoughtful community programming – lectures, discussions, theater programs, art exhibits – that is designed to meet the needs of the people it serves.

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Feb
8
to Dec 13

"Fergus Falls Cyclone" An Exhibit of Photographs and Antidotes @ Otter Tail County Historical Society

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This exhibit looks at what things were like for residents of Fergus Falls in 1919. It then illustrates the storms destructive pass through the city, with photographs and antidotes, and ends with how the city was rebuilt bigger and better then before. 

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Mar
12
to Dec 31

Plains Art Inside & Out Program @ Plains Art Museum

Plains Art Museum announces a new art-making program called Plains Art Inside & Out, offering customizable art-making experiences to groups of all ages. Each experience is led by a professional teaching artist, involves working with clay, and can be customized to fit your group’s schedule and needs.

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Mar
25
to Jun 20

Exhibition Exploring Editorial Cartoons @ Historical & Cultural Society of Clay County

On a daily basis, editorial cartoonists deliver biting social commentary made palatable through amusing and well-crafted illustration. Our upcoming exhibition Lines with Power and Purpose: Editorial Cartoons features fifty-one original editorial cartoons from the nation's great metropolitan newspapers during the Golden Age of print journalism.

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Apr
12
to Jun 9

FMVA BIG Art Show, 2019 @ The Historical & Cultural Society of Clay County

For several weeks each spring, the art of participating FMVA members fills the lower level gallery at Moorhead's Hjemkomst Center—work from arts educators, emerging artists, and established artists. Statements from the artists describe their inspirations and techniques, and a reception offers the public an opportunity to meet and talk with the artists.

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May
3
7:30 PM19:30

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy @ The Historic Holmes Theatre

2018 marks the 25th anniversary of Big Bad Voodoo Daddy’s remarkable arrival onto the music scene. Since it’s formation in the early nineties in Ventura, California, the band has toured virtually nonstop, performing on average over 150 shows a year, and has produced a sizable catalog of recorded music, with sales of over 2 million albums to date!

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May
17
7:30 PM19:30

"I Am, He Said" - The Music of Neil Diamond @ The Historic Holmes Theatre

Back by popular demand!!

A Celebration of the Music of Neil Diamond - Starring Matt Vee, nephew of 60’s PopStar Bobby Vee - With songs like Cracklin’ Rosie, Song Sung Blue, and Sweet Caroline, Neil Diamond sold over 100 million records worldwide, and produced musical hits spanning five decades.

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Jun
8
7:00 PM19:00

Great American Think-Off @ Cultural Center of New York Mills

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Event Link: https://www.kulcher.org/2019-great-american-think-off-question/

Event Phone Number: 218-385-3339

The Cultural Center in New York Mills is pleased to announce the 2019 Great American Think-Off Question:

“To vote or not to vote: does it matter?”

This is the 27th annual Think-Off topic—a clearly debatable, timely yet timeless philosophical quandary meant to inspire thinkers from all walks of life.  

Do you remember a teacher telling you that it is your duty to vote?

Have you heard someone say that they don’t vote because they don’t think their one vote will make a difference?

Do you have an internal debate on Election Day about whether or not to vote? 

Even though we are inundated with information and encouraged to do our civic duty, the fact is, almost half of us don’t vote. The question is, does it matter? We want to know what YOU think! 
 
All are invited to submit their answer in essay form for a chance to win $500 and participate in the live debate this June.
 
To enter, submit a 750 word essay by April 1, 2019.  Four finalists will be selected to receive $500 each, plus travel expenses and a chance to win the title of America's Greatest Thinker at this year's annual debate held on June 8, 2019 in New York Mills, MN.

April 1 = Essay Deadline
May 1 = Finalists Announced
June 8 = The Great Debate

Essays can be submitted in 3 simple ways:

For additional contest details, visit www.think-off.org or call the Cultural Center at 218-385-3339.

 Click here to submit your essay now!

 For more information please visit www.kulcher.org or call 218-385-3339

 

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Jul
19
to Jul 21

Art of the Lakes 2019 Studio Tour

Considered to be the largest rural art crawl in the Midwest, the Art of the Lakes Studio Tour is a scenic, drive-yourself tour on curvy, hilly roads around lakes and through valleys with views that go for miles. Over 50 talented artists are tucked away in studios located on gravel roads scattered throughout Ottertail, Douglas and Grant counties in west-central Minnesota.

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Jul
26
to Jul 27

The Diaries of Adam and Eve - A Stage Play Outside @ Fire Pit Productions

A uniquely American theatre piece, funny, beautiful, and deeply moving. David Birney has crafted a light-hearted look at the world's first love story through the eyes of America's greatest humorist, Mark Twain, whose Garden of Eden bursts with wit, laughter and the lyric poignance of the first love and the first loss.

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Sep
20
to Sep 21

"The Mercy Seat" - A Stage Play @ Fire Pit Productions

The world has changed overnight. On September 12, 2001, Ben Harcourt find's himself in the New York downtown apartment of his lover and boss, Abby Prescott. His endlessly ringing mobile phone haunt's their conversation as Ben and Abby explore the choices now available to them in an existence different from the one they knew just the day before

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Sep
27
7:30 PM19:30

"The Mercy Seat" - A Stage Play @ Fire Pit Productions

The world has changed overnight. On September 12, 2001, Ben Harcourt find's himself in the New York downtown apartment of his lover and boss, Abby Prescott. His endlessly ringing mobile phone haunt's their conversation as Ben and Abby explore the choices now available to them in an existence different from the one they knew just the day before.

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Apr
11
7:00 PM19:00

The Rose Ensemble Presents: Voices of Angels: Benedictine Gregorian Chant and Choral Music from Baroque Italy @ The Church of the Assumption

This program of Gregorian chant and virtuosic vocal works by 17th-century nuns and monks from Milan and Bologna features The Rose Ensemble’s eight singers as well as guest instrumentalists Paula Fagerberg (Baroque triple harp) and Michael Asmus (organ).

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Apr
9
7:00 PM19:00

The Rose Ensemble presents Voices of Angels: Benedictine Gregorian Chant and Choral Music from Baroque Italy @ St. Joseph Catholic Church

This program of Gregorian chant and virtuosic vocal works by 17th-century nuns and monks from Milan and Bologna features The Rose Ensemble’s eight singers as well as guest instrumentalists Paula Fagerberg (Baroque triple harp) and Michael Asmus (organ).

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Apr
7
7:00 PM19:00

The Rose Ensemble Presents: Voices of Angels: Benedictine Gregorian Chant and Choral Music from Baroque Italy @ The Church of Saint Mary

This program of Gregorian chant and virtuosic vocal works by 17th-century nuns and monks from Milan and Bologna features The Rose Ensemble’s eight singers as well as guest instrumentalists Paula Fagerberg (Baroque triple harp) and Michael Asmus (organ).

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Apr
5
to Apr 13

"Over the River and Through the Woods" @ FMCT Studio 6

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Event LInk: http://www.fmct.org/

Event Phone Number: 701.235.6778

Nick may be living the life of a young professional in N.Y. City, but all 4 of his loving grandparents never let him forget that he belongs in N.J. with them--his tenacious, loving, loud, and well-fed Italian-American grandparents. So faithfully, Nick goes "over the river" to Grandma's house every week for Sunday dinner. When he's offered an important promotion in Seattle, Frank, Aida, Emma, and Nunzio scheme to keep their single beloved grandson safe at home. Matchmaking is one of their tactics. A warm-hearted, boisterously funny story about deep familial love and the inevitable little heartbreaks that occur as time passes and children grow up, Joe DiPietro's touching family comedy is a beloved staple of theaters across the U.S. Join Tin Roof Theatre for performances April 5-13 at FMCT's new space--Studio 6 Broadway.

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Apr
4
to Apr 5

Family Artmaking with Zoran and Ilene Mojsilov @ Plains Art Museum

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Event Link: https://public.plainsart.org/public/YouthPreview.faces?wrkid=255

Event Phone Number: 701-551-6100

(Zoran Mojsilov Exhibit - November 8, 2018 - May 25, 2019)

Fargo, ND – Originally from Serbia (former Yugoslavia), Zoran Mojsilov is a Minnesota-based sculptor boldly working in stone, steel and wood. Resembling large, surreal machines with hand-carved wheels, cogs and gears, the artist’s Time Machine series forms the centerpiece of his current solo exhibition at Plains Art Museum. In connection with this exhibition, Plains Art Museum announces three programs including Zoran and his partner Ilene, who is a freelance art educator at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis Institute of Art, and Can Can Wonderland (Minneapolis, MN):

On Thursday, January 31st from 6-7pm, the Museum will present a Conversation with the Artist. This adult program will include Associate Curator Tasha Kubesh, who led the organization of the exhibition, and will highlight Zoran’s various influences and career-long concern for humankind, nature, love, and war. This program is free and open to the public and no registration is necessary.

The following day, on Friday, February 1st from 6-8pm, Ilene will lead an Adult + Child Workshop: Assemblage Time Machines. This is your opportunity to create your own sculpture after gaining inspiration from the exhibition, and its layers of time, cultures and symbols. This program is $15 for Museum Members, $19 for Non-Members, and registration is required at plainsart.org.

Another opportunity for family art making will be presented the following day on Saturday, February 2nd, from 1-4pm during Plains Art Museum’s popular Kid Quest family event. Get a chance to meet Zoran and see him at work carving a sculpture – then, create your own time capsule and mixed media sculpture. Kid Quest events are free thanks to support from Xcel Energy and Kiwanis Club of Fargo. Pre-registration is required at plainsart.org.

$15 for Museum Members, $19 for Non-Members

Registration required

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Apr
4
2:00 PM14:00

"Church Basement Ladies" @ The Historic Holmes Theatre (two shows)

Men in the Parish Basement? What’s a church lady to do?

“Rise Up O Men” gives the gents a chance to shine in the latest installment of the Church Basement Ladies musical comedy series. As the church prepares for participation in the town’s 1964 Centennial Celebration, we get to see their coming and goings from the eyes of the menfolk, who have their own problems to solve!

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Apr
1
7:00 PM19:00

Copy of Great American Think-Off @ Cultural Center of New York Mills - ESSAY DEADLINE APRIL 1

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Event Link: https://www.kulcher.org/2019-great-american-think-off-question/

Event Phone Number: 218-385-3339

The Cultural Center in New York Mills is pleased to announce the 2019 Great American Think-Off Question:

“To vote or not to vote: does it matter?”

This is the 27th annual Think-Off topic—a clearly debatable, timely yet timeless philosophical quandary meant to inspire thinkers from all walks of life.  

Do you remember a teacher telling you that it is your duty to vote?

Have you heard someone say that they don’t vote because they don’t think their one vote will make a difference?

Do you have an internal debate on Election Day about whether or not to vote? 

Even though we are inundated with information and encouraged to do our civic duty, the fact is, almost half of us don’t vote. The question is, does it matter? We want to know what YOU think! 
 
All are invited to submit their answer in essay form for a chance to win $500 and participate in the live debate this June.
 
To enter, submit a 750 word essay by April 1, 2019.  Four finalists will be selected to receive $500 each, plus travel expenses and a chance to win the title of America's Greatest Thinker at this year's annual debate held on June 8, 2019 in New York Mills, MN.

April 1 = Essay Midnight Deadline
*
Center is closed on Mondays. If delivering your essay in person, drop it off at the NYM Library by closing on April 1st.
May 1 = Finalists Announced
June 8 = The Great Debate

Essays can be submitted in 3 simple ways:

For additional contest details, visit www.think-off.org or call the Cultural Center at 218-385-3339.

 Click here to submit your essay now!

 For more information please visit www.kulcher.org or call 218-385-3339

 

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