A double photo collage of every show image from the 2017 Minnesota Fringe Festival.
Some trivia: the decision to found the Twin Cities Arts Reader was made during the 2015 Minnesota Fringe Festival. It's only natural, then, that the festival was very much on the core leadership team's minds as we brainstormed about
Sunflowers and booths at the Loring Park Art Festival. Photo by Sher Stoneman.
Loring Park is one of the definitive summer hangout spots in the Twin Cities, with its gentle slopes and winding paths becoming home to numerous festivals when the weather's warm. This weekend, the Loring Park Art Festival fills
Photo by Poshlust Photography.
The Uptown Art Fair comes to South Minneapolis on August 4-6, with 350 artists' work on display, 23 food vendors, beer gardens, and more. Here's a look at the music of one of the many performers whose music will enliven the fair, Elle Casazza.
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Eric Morris as Beppe, Jill Gardner as Nedda, Richard Crawley as Canio, and Andrew Wilkowske as Tonio in the Mill City Summer Opera's inaugural 2012 production of Pagliacci at the Mill City Ruins.
Mill City Summer Opera's latest summer extravaganza, María de Buenos Aires, is currently playing at The Machine Factory while
Photo by Markus Spiske.
It happens to us all the time: someone submits a press kit or request for reviews, we're intrigued and thinking about possibilities – and find that the photos are just unsuitable for publication purposes. There are many different ways that this can happen, so here's a list
Catalina Cuervo as María in a 2014 Syracuse Opera production of María de Buenos Aires. Photo by Douglas Lee Wonders.
Mill City Summer Opera's upcoming María de Buenos Aires was written by Astor Piazzola, one of the most renown tango composers of the 20th Century. If that seems an odd pedigree for
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Dear Visual Artist PR Person,
Thank you for your recent email. While you certainly used a great number of words to describe art created in an
Dear Press Release Writer,
Nice minimalist press release! You had full contact info and all the details there about when and where the performance will take place – good start! However, it says nothing about who's in it or who wrote it. In fact, the only name at all included in the
Dear _____ Company,
Lovely press release with a note to request tickets through the contact form on your website (Strike 1). I can't help notice that you sent this from a do-not-reply address (Strike 2) and that your website does not have a clearly labeled contact form (Strike 3) or any