This event is for grades 7 and up, and will be on Mondays, March 5-May 21 at 4 p.m. at the Minneapolis Central Library. Click here to register for a session or call 612-543-8000.
Get hands-on experience to create your own beats. Learn music mixing techniques using the latest technology in music and video production. Record and produce your own music or video in this exciting workshop led by the library’s Teen Tech Squad. Let your voice be heard!
SPECIAL KICK-OFF EVENT
Tuesday, March 8, 5-7 p.m.
A special night of freestyle musical performance and interactive demonstration of the latest music and multimedia production software and techniques will kick off “MVStudio” on Tuesday, March 8, 5-7 p.m. at Hennepin County Library – Minneapolis Central, 300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis. Teens in grade seven and up will have an opportunity to meet Rhymesayers Entertainment hip hop artists such as Brother Ali and Plain Ole Bill and see some of the latest technology and tools used in the music production industry demonstrated by the library’s Teen Tech Squad.
The Walker Art Center presents Bad Art: a Night of Bad Art at the Walker Art Center, an event which showcases young local artists (ages 14-21) whose work challenges the status quo. The evening offers a night of play, music, performance, and visual art from local troublemakers. Works selected by the Walker Art Center Teen Arts Council (WACTAC). We are looking for: VISUAL ARTISTS (photography, drawings, paintings, and sculpture) and PERFORMERS (spoken-word, music, theatrical-skits, stand-up, and dance) For more info and to apply: nightofbadart.wordpress.org
Come see local teen bands play the Depot including WACTAC member Jake Blanchette’s band, Wolf Mountain, from 6-10pm on Friday, February 10th, Tickets are $7 at the door and proceeds go to surgical teams that repair cleft lips and palates in third world countries all over the world.
The super bowl came and went as it does every year. Everyone has established their own superbowl rituals— for me, it’s being part of the growing hype a few days before the big game, followed by the nail-biting excitement for my two favorite things of the super bowl season: the puppy bowl and the commercials. Personally, I DVR the game, and while the actual playing is going on I go to HBO and watch chick flicks which usually consist of Will Smith and some very attractive, yet fiercely independent female, who always end up getting it on by the end of the movie. No matter the small [...]