Investing in the Cultural Center
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Friday, September 2nd @7pm
“An outstanding performance from a consumate professional”
-Blues in Britain Magazine
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Tickets: $12 in advance, $15 at the door, $5 for students. Members get $2 off price of admission.
Call to purchase tickets: (218) 385-3339
The Little Big Year Kick Off!
Tuesday, September 6th 7-8:30pm
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Registration fee for adults: $10. Children 16 and under may register for free!
For more information, please contact the Cultural Center 218-385-3339 or Alice Martin at 218-385-3245.
Mary Jo Wentz
alcohol ink painter / 3d fiber artist
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Join Mary Jo at the Cultural Center on
Saturday, September 24th from 6pm to 9pm
Alcohol Inks Painting Class
What: Alcohol Inks Painting Class
When: Saturday, September 24th 6pm-9pm
Where: The Cultural Center in New York Mills
Who: Young Adults & Up
Cost: $80 for non-members, $75 for members
Details: all materials provided!
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Mary Jo’s paintings on sale for 10% off in the Cultural Center Gift Shop all month!
The Cultural Center is pleased to announce our Fall 2016 concert series!
Friday, September 2nd – Kent DuChaine
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Friday, October 14th – Corey Medina
Thursday, November 17th – Brian Laidlaw
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Sunday, December 11th – Newberry & Verch
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Wednesday, December 21st – Longest Night Music Festival
Best of the Selfies
August 3rd- September 3rd, 2016
Solo artists Brianna Steinbrink
& Maxine Adams,
plus e-mail submission selfies
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Gallery Hours: Wednesday-Thursday 10am-7pm, Friday 10am-5pm, and Saturday 10am-3pm
Gallery Reception Thursday, September 1st from 5-7pm. Light refreshments served. Free and open to all.
Filmmaker / Photographer
While in New York Mills, Nik is documenting the 8th Annual Puppet Pageant! He is filming workshops, the final pageant, and conducting interviews.
Nik has a BFA in History and Documentary Filmmaking from The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington.
Officer-Involved Shooting: Surveying the geography of white violence. An interrogation of the landscapes where Trayvon Martin, Walter Scott and Jordan Davis died at the hands of police, both state-sanctioned and self-appointed.
Today I Am Going To Kill Myself But First I Am Going To Dance: An experimental documentary and ongoing placemaking project about the legacy of the Fergus Falls State Hospital in Fergus Falls, Minnesota. Completed as part of the Hinge Arts Residency on at the invitation of Springboard For The Arts.
In The Shadow of Paul Bunyan: An experimental first person documentary/installation about white colonial heritage, myth making in northern Minnesota and fiberglass roadside attractions.
MANIUM: An abstract exploration of the myths and stories surrounding the culture of the very real Olympia black houses and their owner, Duane the Dark Dentist.
Check out Nik’s website: www.niknerburn.com
Puppet Pageant based on
tales from the Kalevala
Friday, August 19th @7pm
After the Corn Feed
Dance, music, acting, costume design and performance skills are taught by Anne Sawyer-Aitch, Creative Director and Puppeteer from Minneapolis, who has worked with In the Heart of the Beast puppet theatre in Minneapolis. This program involves the creating and making of puppets of all sizes to be used in the 9th Annual Puppet Pageant, which is street theater play based on the Finnish national epic poem, The Kalevala. Stilt walking is included again this year as an added element to the performance.
The Puppet Pageant is a wonderful opportunity for kids to gain experience in both visual and performing arts, challenge themselves physically with stilt-walking, and learn skills in collaboration and teamwork. Participants attend workshops the two weeks leading up to the 19th, which culminate in the performance after the New York Mills city corn feed.
Actual cost to produce this event is approximately $300/participant. A portion of this cost is funded by the Cultural Center, the City of New York Mills, NYM Civic & Commerce, Lake Region Arts Council, the McKnight Foundation, and New Horizons. To help cover the remaining costs, there is a youth tuition of $50 for this two-week program, with a $100 maximum per family. There is no fee for adults. Scholarships available based on need; call (218) 385-3339.
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