Less to Enjoy!
Many of the museums, arts and theater that typically have listings in the Access Press Enjoy! calendar have suspended activities, moved to online services or are offering limited in-person services with social distancing and safety measures. Please check with a venue or organization before heading out.
Check to see what is available at the Minnesota Access Alliance calendar.
Open Flow Forum
The Artists with Disabilities Alliance meets via Zoom 7-9pm, Thu, Jan. 7. Join facilitators Tara Innmon, Kip Shane and Springboard for the Arts, artists with disabilities and supporters to share visual art, writing, music, theater and artistic efforts or disability concerns. The gatherings are fully accessible. Needing special accommodations?
Contact Andy at 651-294-0907, firstname.lastname@example.org
Can Do Canines’ annual Fetching Ball will be a virtual event Feb. 20. KARE 11’s Rena Sarigianopoulos will serve as emcee and stand-up magician Derek Hughes will perform. Details are being finalized.
Children’s Theatre Company (CTC) goes digital
CTC has an exciting new season of digital productions (including two from overseas), virtual academy classes, and a new all-access pass for patrons and families to continue to engage with the theatre and build social-emotional development of young people. Upcoming productions include Annie, Seedfolks, Anansi the Spider: Respun and Mountain Goat Mountain. FFI: https://childrenstheatre.org/
Virtual Academy classes now on sale Classes running Jan 26-March 27 include a mix of theatre, music, dance, film, and technical theatre for ages 4-18, beginner through pre-professional. A new offering designed for parents provides fun ways to bring imagination and creativity into the home to give students an artistic break in their virtual school day. Also classes specifically designed for young people with sensory sensitivities including those with ASD, sensory processing disorder, anxiety, PTSD, and other disabilities and mental illnesses for ages 4-12.