THE LIST: Music at UND ... 'Footloose' ... Sacred Heart Concert
Mintie art - Opening Sunday in Devils Lake: Lake Region Heritage Center, Devils Lake, will display art works of Cindi Mintie from Sunday through Nov. 30. Cindi Finley Mintie earned a bachelor's degree in photography at Minot State University and ...
- Opening Sunday in Devils Lake: Lake Region Heritage Center, Devils Lake, will display art works of Cindi Mintie from Sunday through Nov. 30. Cindi Finley Mintie earned a bachelor's degree in photography at Minot State University and has concentrated in portraiture and digital prints, especially in preserving images of the past. Mintie has been featured in the "Photographers Forum Best of Collage Photography 2007" and received a Gold Addy for Ad Fed in 2003. She grew up in Rugby, N.D., and now resides in Minot.
- Monday at the Fritz: Kip Fulbeck, an American artist, spoken word performer, slam poet and professor, will be at UND's Chester Fritz Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Monday. He is a renowned artist exploring identity politics whose ethnic background is Cantonese, English, Irish and Welsh. He is the creator of The Hapa Project. Admission: Free.
- Beginning Monday in Fargo: The North Dakota State University Art Cinema Series, a partnership of NDSU Department of Visual Arts and the Fargo Theatre, will continue at 7 p.m. Monday at Fargo Theatre with "Journey to the Flames: Ten Years of Burning Man."; Tickets: $5. Other films: Dec. 7, "Yield to Total Elation: the Life and Art of Achilles Rizzoli"; Feb. 1, "Helvetica"; March 15, "Naked World"; April 12, "Little Ashes"; May 3, "Metropolis." Info: www.ndsu.edu/finearts .
Music at UND
- Thursday at UND: The UND Contemporary Music Ensemble will perform at 8 p.m. Thursday at Josephine Campbell Recital Hall, UND's Hughes Fine Arts Center. The CME features artists and faculty from UND, Grand Forks Public Schools and the Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra and will perform chamber music from the 20th and 21st centuries. Ensemble members: Sharon Boschee, David Christianson, Alejandro Drago, Ronnie Ingle, Michelle Lucia-Ingle, Philip McKenzie, James Popejoy, Joel Pugh, Elizabeth Rheude, Peter Scheifelbein, Brian Opdahl, Naomi Welch, Michael Wittgraf. Guest soloist: Mathew Patnode, saxophone professor at North Dakota State University. Repertoire: Paul Hindemith Septet, Alfredo Casella Serenata and Fisher Tull Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Brass Quintet. Tickets: Adults, $6; students/senior citizens, $3; family pass (two adults, two students), $12.
Sacred Heart concert
- Thursday at Sacred Heart School: Sacred Heart School in East Grand Forks will present its seventh- through 12th-graders in a Fall Choir and Band Concert at 7 p.m. Nov. 5 at the school gym.
- Opening Thursday at Fire Hall: Greater Grand Forks Community Theatre will present "The Bad Seed," the story of a child who many not be as sweet and well-behaved as she appears, will open at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 5 at Fire Hall Theatre, Grand Forks. Show dates: 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Nov. 7, Nov. 12-14 and Nov. 19-21; 2 p.m. Nov. 8 and 15. Cast: Joe Bussy, Santos Casarez, Megan Lonski, Jenny Morris, Nicole Quam, Ralph Swendseid, Claire Thompson, Mare Thompson, Jeff Weatherly. Director: Ben Klipfel. Tickets: $15, $12; (701) 777-4090.
- Thursday through Nov. 8 at Devils Lake: The Lake Region State College Playmakers will present the musical "Footloose" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Nov. 7 with a 2 p.m. matinee Nov. 8 at the LRSC Auditorium. Based on the 1984 movie starring Kevin Bacon, "Footloose" is about a young man who moves to a small town where dancing is illegal. The production, collaboration among LRSC students, Devils Lake High School students and community members features Joe Peterson in the lead role of Ren McCormack. Additional cast: Nick Bittner, Mary Chattin, Neslie Christofferson, Candice Cote, Alice Evanson, Kelcee Ewert, Peter Foss, Eileen Gray, Chris Hodgson, Tricha Hoffart, Kayla Hovland, Jesse Hunter, Russ Jackson, Kristen Knutson, Anna Lewing, Tricia Maine, Taylor McAllister, Jane Nicholas, Brittany Noltimier, Bill Schuller, Sarah Song, Hannah Steffen. Director: Jeanette Kenner. Choreography: Miki Noltimier. Tickets: $10, $5, available at the door.