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Press Releases Target Free Thursday Nights in November Feature Chef Paul Berglund, Talking Dance with Arwen Wilder & Kristin Van Loon, and the Opening Reception for Cinémathèque Tangier

Minneapolis, October 8, 2013—The Walker Art Center’s Target Free Thursday Nights in November feature a Chef-in-Residence event with Paul Berglund and Talking Dance with HIJACK’s Arwen Wilder & Kristin Van Loon (Thursday, November 7). Target Free Thursday Nights in November also include Student Open House (Thursday, November 14) and the Opening Reception from An Album: Cinémathèque Tangier, a project by Yto Barrada (Thursday, November 21).

Target Free Thursday Nights
Get inspired. Get in free.
November 7, 14, 21, 28
Galleries open 5–9 pm; special events follow.

Thursday, November 7

Tastings with Chef-in-Residence Paul Berglund
Gather by D’Amico, 5–9 pm

Thursday evenings at Gather by D’Amico feature $5 small plates and drink specials, and limited-edition dishes from a roster of stellar guest chefs who share tastings each month.

In November, join chef-in-residence Paul Berglund of the Bachelor Farmer, who shares tastes from his small plates menu, created exclusively for Gather and featured throughout the month.

Talking Dance: Arwen Wilder & Kristin Van Loon
Lecture Room, 7pm
Part of HIJACK at 20

The choreographic duo HIJACK talks about ways that they channel visual art and culture, including music videos and newspapers, from their eye sockets to their hip sockets.

The Gertrude Lippincott Talking Dance Series is made possible by Judith Brin Ingber.

Thursday, November 14

Student Open House: It’s Happening!
Claes Oldenburg: The Sixties Exhibition, 5:30-9 pm

What’s happening? IT’S HAPPENING in the exhibition Claes Oldenburg: The Sixties. Join the Walker Art Center’s Teen Arts Council for random acts of humanity, sudden gallery occurrences, art-making, and youth performances by The Canvas.

Thursday, November 21

Opening Reception An Album: Cinémathèque Tangier, a project by Yto Barrada
Walker Cinema, 6-9 pm

Morocco’s rich cinematic culture is brought to life in Yto Barrada’s most recent exhibition. Join her and special guest DJ Rupture, who the New York Times calls “a thoughtful pipeline for music from countless distant and obscure outposts,” for an evening filled with the music and movies of North Africa. Cash bar provided.


Kristen Van Loon (left) and Arwen Wilder

Photo: Gene Pittman, ©Walker Art Center

Paul Berglund