9x22 is a monthly opportunity for three choreographers of varying styles to present their work and discuss it with an informed and engaged audience. Each piece is followed by a discussion moderated by choreographer/curator Laurie Van Wieren. September’s choreographers: Valerie Oliveiro, Zoe Cinel, and Michelle Kranicke. Read more about 9x22 Dance/Lab
Arts & Performance
Story Club Minneapolis is a live monthly storytelling show featuring both an open mic segment and a curated set of performers from all over the Twin Cities arts scene and beyond. Story Club showcases true, autobiographical stories -- especially stories that are bold, vulnerable, unexpected, and connected to the complexity of our cultural environment. No two Story Club evenings are ever alike, but each month when we wrap up the show, we feel like we’ve witnessed a new, unique little community coming together. Read more about Story Club Minneapolis
"There's this invention that takes carbon out of the air and sequesters it and can do it on a massive scale. It's friendly to people -- anybody can use it. It was invented 300 million years ago, and it's called a tree." - Lee Frelich on Minnesota Public Radio Read more about Café Scientifique: Climate Change Solutions - A Trillion Trees
Two fearless comedic polymaths appear together for an unpredictable evening of stand-up comedy in Live from the Gutter! Jamie Loftus, host of feminist movie podcast The Bechdel Cast, brings her “absurdism for the modern woman” (Forbes). Sarah Sherman, AKA Sarah Squirm, continues her “never-ending mission to find and celebrate the beauty of the grotesque and weird” (Vulture). Read more about Jamie Loftus & Sarah Sherman: Live from the Gutter
Join us at The Westin Edina Galleria for Art Pop! A pop-up show and sale of abstract art and functional ceramics.
Featured Artists: Michelle Plombon, Lee Persell, Carl Beihl, Robert Bowman, Erika Ramsey & Jess Gotkin.
Saturday, September 28th and Sunday, September 29ths from 11a - 5p
Robinson & Couillard Rooms at The Westin Edina Galleria
This is a free event. No ticket purchase necessary. Read more about Art Pop
We invite you to celebrate 5 years of AshaUSA (www.ashausa.org)
St. Martin’s Hall @ Church of St. Patrick, 6820 St Patrick's Ln, Edina, MN 55439
Friday, October 4, 2019 6:30 pm– 8:00 pm
Come enjoy the 'Asian Indian experience in Minnesota' with traditional Asian Indian food, attire, music and dance. Join us as we showcase our key accomplishments and programs. Fun for the whole family. Entry is free. Please RSVP at : http://evite.me/6fz25u2cNX Read more about AshaUSA's 5th Annual Celebration
Spend a spooky evening with some ghost hunters. If you like the tension created by things that go bump in the night, you’ll enjoy this goose-bump filled adventure. The acclaimed Johnsdale Paranormal Group that has investigated paranormal activity at reportedly haunted locations across the U.S. will treat you to a night of highlights from their favorite Minnesota hauntings. Visit edinahistoricalsociety.org for more details. Read more about Minnesota Hauntings: Johnsdale Paranormal Group
Join Edina locals at the fifth annual Open Streets for a day of fun on 50th Street between Wooddale Avenue and Chowen Avenue. There will be plenty of opportunities to get to know the community, from listening to live music, bringing your furry friend to the Pet Zone or hanging out at the Red Cow beer garden. Open to bikes and pedestrians, the street will have a plethora of activities ranging from crafts to yoga, games and more. 50th St. between Wooddale Ave. and Chowen Ave., Edina Read more about Open Streets on 50th
Join the Guthrie Theater for its 2019-2020 season kick-off with Tennessee William’s lyrical family drama The Glass Menagerie. Director Joseph Haj takes this classic to the Wurtele Thrust Stage. Recommended ages 12 and up. Prices vary. Show times vary. Read more about 'The Glass Menagerie'
Artist Theaster Gates is taking over the Walker’s galleries for an immersive artistic experience. Originally trained in ceramics, Gates has expanded his practice to include performance, installation and archival conservation. He is best known for his 2009 project Dorchester Project in Chicago, which recycled a two-story property on the South Side, turning it into a performance space, library and archive. All ages. Prices vary. Gallery hours vary. Walker Art Center, 725 Vineland Place, Mpls.; 612.375.7600; Read more about Theaster Gates at the Walker Art Center