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Anne Col­lier: Women with Cam­eras (Self-Por­trait) Septem­ber 7-De­cem­ber 17 · Min­neapo­lis In­sti­tute of Art · artsmia.org Anne Col­lier re-shoots widely cir­cu­lated, com­mer­cial pho­to­graphs of women hold­ing cam­eras (Mar­i­lyn Mon­roe, Madonna, Faye Du­n­away and oth­ers) re­fram­ing the pho­tos as ob­jects them­selves and rais­ing ques­tions about sex­ism.

Vän­skä Plays Si­belius: the Min­nesota Or­ches­tra Septem­ber 23 · 10:30 p.m. Or­ches­tra Hall · min­neso­taorches­tra.org The Min­nesota Or­ches­tra and its mu­sic di­rec­tor, Osmo Vän­skä, won a Grammy for their record­ing of Si­belius Sym­phonies 1 and 4, and The New Yorker’s Alex Ross calls Vän­skä a “genius Si­belius in­ter­preter” who “rocked the house.” Vän­skä, also an ac­com­plished clar­inetist, is slated to play Si­belius cham­ber mu­sic with vi­o­lin­ist Elina Vähälä in a late-night post-con­cert con­cert.

The Saint Paul Art Col­lec­tive’s Fall Art Crawl Oc­to­ber 13-15 · Var­i­ous lo­ca­tions · saint­paulartcrawl.org More than 300 artists par­tic­i­pate in this ac­claimed 25-yearold fes­ti­val at­tract­ing some 20,000 vis­i­tors. Visit gal­leries through­out the city, en­joy live dance and mu­sic, meet stu­dio artists and buy art.

Blithe Spirit at the Guthrie The­ater Novem­ber 25, 2017– Jan­uary 14, 2018 · The Guthrie The­ater · guthri­ethe­ater.org English play­wright and famed wit Noël Coward was “de­ter­mined to travel through life first-class.” And, thanks to the smash-hit suc­cess of this spooky romp through the su­per­nat­u­ral, he was able to do just that. The Guthrie is stag­ing his es­capist mas­ter­piece for the first time in 20 years.

Adiós Utopia: Dreams and De­cep­tions in Cuban Art Since 1950 Walker Art Cen­ter · Novem­ber 11, 2017–March 18, 2018 · walk­er­art.org The largest U.S. ex­hi­bi­tion of Cuban art since the MoMA pre­sented Mod­ern Cuban Pain­ters in 1944 in­cludes more than 100 works of de­sign, photography, video, per­for­mance art and paint­ing created by more than 50 artists living and work­ing in post-rev­o­lu­tion­ary Cuba. Be­fore or af­ter, check out the Min­neapo­lis Sculp­ture Gar­den across the street.

The Phantom of the Opera The Or­pheum Theatre · De­cem­ber 13-31 · hen­nepinthe­atretrust.org A fresh Phantom for a new gen­er­a­tion of fans, this pro­duc­tion by Cameron Mack­in­tosh fea­tures re-imag­ined cos­tumes, light­ing, chore­og­ra­phy and scenic de­sign. This Broad­way tour doesn’t come to Mil­wau­kee or Chicago, so see it in Min­neapo­lis.

Adiós Utopia's Sin tí­tulo

by Glexis Novoa and Madi­son's Gallery Night

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