Altered Esthetics, Orange Zine: l'etoile's Picks of the Week
As you may or may not have gathered from previous posts, local art, fashion and events blog, l'etoile magazine has formed a cool collaboration with City Pages and The Dressing Room. We'll be sharing select arts and culture content with each other and each Friday, we'll be pointing out five cool events featured on l'etoile's popular Weekend What's What. For even more hip weekend events from l'etoile, as well as features on local fashion designers, shopping and sales guides, photo editorials and the like, visit the blog at www.letoilemagazine.com.
To see our top five l'etoile picks of the weekend, continue reading below...
FRIDAY APRIL 2ND (THROUGH APRIL)
@ Trylon Microcinema
3258 Minnehaha Avenue S.
Continuing on their long-running streak of totally awesome programming,
the filmophiles at Take Up Productions bust out with something we're
pretty excited about: an Alfred Hitchcock film series! Kicking off this
Friday, the Trylon will host screenings of Shadow of a Doubt
(Friday-Sat) then will hop over to the Riverview Theater on Monday for
a special presentation of classic thriller, Psycho. For five
weeks, the theaters will co-present Hitchcock flicks in the same manner
-- Fridays & Saturdays at the Trylon and Mondays at the Riverview.
The series will explore four decades of cinematic masterpieces that
run the gamut from spy dramas to psychological thrillers, even throwing
Hitchcock's one and only comedy into the mix.-Kate Iverson
Click HERE for the Take Up Productions site
FRIDAY APRIL 2ND
Artist VI: Creative Collaborations
@ Altered Esthetics
Quincy St NE
Take at least one artist who has shown work at Altered Esthetics
Gallery, add in some other artist's wacky ideas, and viola -- a new
collaborative exhibit is born. These arty mashups are the focus of
tonight's show which featuring artists Kara Hendershot & Summer
Scharringhausen, Anathea Alberda & Heather Kim, Jennifer Andrus
& Manny Castro and many more. Also included in the affair is the
release party for graphic novella Continuity Guy drawn by Bud
Burgy and written by Danno Klonowski. The book will be for sale, along
with the original art. Who knows who you'll meet to "collaborate" with
(wink wink)! Through May 1.-Lacey Prpic Hedtke
Click HERE for
this art event and more at mplsart.com
Bazaar & Closing Ceremony
@ Soap Factory
518 2nd St NE
Look out co-op lovers: The New Land of Milk and Honey is
closing up their radical exhibit shop and taking their final bow at
the Soap Factory with a sensory-laced, day-long party! Today's event is
nothing short of an extravaganza, with activities such as
skill-sharing seminars, a bazaar, a yummy potluck, and live
performances. Feeling crafty? Try your hand at zine making, community
quilt making and various artsy activities. Plus, peep drawings; study
up on fancy oils & crystals; have your literary chops busted at the
poetry slam and more. Live sets from Radical Cemetaries, Obchod Na
Korze, Moonstone and Skoal Kodiak and visuals by animation
wundertroupe, Hooliganship. Not to mention, you'll be treated to a
repeat presentation of NLMH's The Metamporphosis of Regular Solids.
Holy! Did you catch all that? -Juleana Enright
HERE for the full schedule of events
Orange Zine Release
@ Eclipse Records
1922 University Ave. W
5pm-10:30pm / $5 / All ages
l'etoile hearts zines!
To celebrate the Electric Orange Music Collective's first zine, seven
bands/co-conspirators are joining in the fray to welcome this homegrown
rag into the world. Power of 2 plays in the arcade (how often can you
play pinball while a live band provides encouragement?); Japanese Space
Program plays in the display window; and in the regular show space,
Haroh, Us, Company Incorporated, Fan Fiction and Wapsipinicon play short
sets. Sierra Fern Miller opens an art show, and Dragons Power Up!
release their new album. Yes, all this in one night! Not to mention, the
zine is a steal at a mere $3, and the EOMC Sampler Vol. 1 is even more
of a deal for free, so grab both and support local DIY-ers!
Click HERE for the Facebook event
@ The Eagle
515 Washington Ave
pm-5 pm/Bonnet Contest @ 3:30, Parade @ 4:00pm / Free
Easter Sunday and what could be better than visiting Grandma or eating
ham with awkward family members? An Easter Bonnet Parade of course!
Ditch brunch (or eat least eat it quickly) and indulge yourself with
spicy Bloody Marys and bubbly mimosas at the Minneapolis Eagle's bonnet
bonanza. Stroll on down between noon to five to enjoy flamboyant,
flowery hats and a plethora of fancy gays in their Sunday best! The
final bonnet judging is going down at 3:30pm followed by a block long
parade just after at 4pm. So get out your Bedazzler and fake flowers
because the bigger the bonnet, the better.
Click HERE for the Facebook event
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