Area arts June 27 – 30

All Month

Exquisite Nature. Intricate, graceful, thought-provoking and prolific — these are all words that have been used to describe the elaborate masterwork of Leah Yellowbird. Originally a traditional bead-worker, she identifies strongly with her First Nations Algonquin-Metis and Anishinaabe heritage. Also Human Conditions. Meghan Sullivan combines ceramics with ceramic tiles and wall sculptures. MacRostie Art Center. 405 NW 1st Ave.

Artists in Residence: Mary Corwin, Annie Humphrey, David Dobbs, Chelsey Johnson, Brittany Benson and butterfly mobiles by Dan Root. 3rd floor Historic Central School.

Pop Up Park. Cut outs and works by Dan Root. Corner Highway 2 and 1st Ave. NW.

Matt Maeves, digital mandalas. Brewed Awakenings Coffee House. 24 NE 4th St.

Art on the Edge. Multiple artists whose work has been chosen by juror Sarah Brokke Erickson. This event is free to the public. Opens June 29. 10 am – 4 pm. Edge Center for the Arts. 102 2nd Ave. Bigfork.

Tuesday, June 27

12 – 12:45 pm

Tuesday Summer Series Concert. Over the Rainbow. Music that we love to play and sing. Maria Annoni. Jonathon Shields, Marina Whight. optional lunch served at the church at 12:45 pm following the show. $6 per person. First Lutheran Church 735 1st Ave NE.

6:00 – 8:30 pm

Open Pottery. Instructor: Bruce Bartos, $15 each/ $10 student. Join area potters and students of all skill levels in this informal, on-going weekly class. The instructor will be on hand to give one-on-one guidance and tips about techniques, glazes, and firings. Call by noon on Tuesday to register for that day’s session 218-326-2697. MacRostie Art Center. 405 NW 1st Ave.

7:30 pm

Independent Film Series. My Love Don’t Cross that River. A blockbuster in its native Korea, where it would go on to become the country’s most successful film of all time, MY LOVE, DON’T CROSS THAT RIVER presents an unforgettable story of true love that transcends both generations and cultures. 100-year old lovebirds, Jo Byeong-man and Kang Kye-yeol, have been inseparable companions for 76 years. Observing this fragile couple for 15 months, director Moyoung Jin acts as a fly-on-the-wall, capturing the tender moments of their twilight days – as the two face the inevitable reality that their time together will soon be approaching an end. Korean with English subtitles | 86 min.

Free and open to the public. Ives Studio Theater. Reif Center. 720 Conifer Dr.

Wednesday, June 28

7 – 9 pm

Sam Miltich and Friends. Gypsy jazz. VFW. 14 NW 3rd St.

Thursday, June 29

6:30 -10 pm

Open figure drawing. This group meets weekly to draw from a live model. No instruction is provided and participants must provide their own materials. Poses usually range from 15 minute to 30 minutes. Serious artists of all levels are welcome to join this group. Please note that models are sometimes nude.  10 sessions. $40 a month. david@macrostieartcenter.org  MacRostie Art Center 405 NW 1st Ave.

 

7 pm

Open mic night hosted by Mike Miller. VFW.14 NW 3rd St.

Friday, June 30

5 – 7 pm

Art on the Edge Opening. Multiple artists whose work has been chosen by juror Sarah Brokke Erickson. This event is free to the public.Edge Center for the Arts. 102 2nd Ave. Bigfork.