Area arts March 26 – April 1

The Artaria String Quartet at the Reif.

All Month

March: paintings by Andrew Nordin and sculpture by Erin Paradis. MacRostie Art Center. 405 NW 1st Ave.

Artists in Residence: Mary Corwin, David Dobbs, Patti Ferrell, Jamie Aubid, and butterfly mobiles by Dan Root. 3rd floor Historic Central School.

Reid Peterson: digital and mixed media. Brewed Awakenings Coffee House. 24 NE 4th St.

Monday, March 26

5 pm and 7 pm

Cold November. A 12-year-old girl being raised within a matriarchal household is taken through the right of passage of killing a deer for the first time. Expectations dissolve into chaos, and Florence finds herself alone, relying on instinct and training to follow through with her decisions, pull herself together, and face becoming an adult in the North American wilderness. Written by Hibbing native Karl Jacob and co-produced with Grand Rapids native Jessica Bergren. Mann Cinema 8.113 SE 21st St.

7:30 pm

Artaria String Quartet. Now beginning its third decade, the Artaria String Quartet was recently lauded by the St. Paul Pioneer Press — “Artaria Quartet is likely to give eloquent voice to whatever work it tackles.” Artaria has served as MPR Artists-in-Residence and was featured on Twin Cities Public Television in the Minnesota Original series. The quartet has appeared at major summer festivals including the Banff Centre in Canada, Festival de L’Epau in France, and the Tanglewood Music Center in Lenox, MA. Currently they direct the Stringwood Chamber Music Festival each summer in Southeast Minnesota. Also performing are students from the Itasca Orchestra and Strings Program. Adults $20, Seniors $18, Students $10. Wilcox Theater. Reif Center. 720 Conifer Dr.

Tuesday, March 27

10 am – 4 pm

Mac Open Studio. Free to MAC members or $5/session for non-members, this informal group is open to artists of all skill levels working in any 2-dimensional medium. Bring your latest project and create your art in a supportive community! No instruction is provided, but plenty of advice, critique, and feedback is available from the group. MacRostie Art Center. 405 1st Ave NW.

5 pm and 7 pm

Cold November. A 12-year-old girl being raised within a matriarchal household is taken through the right of passage of killing a deer for the first time. Expectations dissolve into chaos, and Florence finds herself alone, relying on instinct and training to follow through with her decisions, pull herself together, and face becoming an adult in the North American wilderness. Written by Hibbing native Karl Jacob and co-produced with Grand Rapids native Jessica Bergren. Mann Cinema 8.113 SE 21st St.

6 – 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.

6:30 pm

Go, Dog. Go! brings the adventures of P.D. Eastman’s book to life in a frolicking musical dog party. The cast of this beloved preschool favorite has gone to the dogs—with cars, hats, audience participation, and even a wild game of ball as this hilarious visual spectacle manages to sneak in some important lessons about life between innings. Go, Dog. Go! is a musical romp full of surprises, color, clowning, vaudeville, singing/barking, and of course, six lovable dogs! Seattle Children’s Theatre. Adults $20, Seniors $18, Students $10. 1 FREE student with each paid adult or senior. Recommended for Grades: Pre K–2nd. Wilcox Theater. Reif Center. 720 Conifer Dr.

Wednesday, March 28

5 pm and 7 pm

Cold November. A 12-year-old girl being raised within a matriarchal household is taken through the right of passage of killing a deer for the first time. Expectations dissolve into chaos, and Florence finds herself alone, relying on instinct and training to follow through with her decisions, pull herself together, and face becoming an adult in the North American wilderness. Written by Hibbing native Karl Jacob and co-produced with Grand Rapids native Jessica Bergren. Mann Cinema 8.113 SE 21st St.

7 – 9 pm

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

Thursday, March 29

7 – 9 pm

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

Saturday, March 31

7 pm

Brothers Burn Mountain. Klockow Brewing Company. 36 SE 10th St.