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Casket Arts 'Factory' Building
1781 Jefferson St NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Friday, May 17th , 7:00 – 8:53 pm
Fire Performance @ Sunset
Artists, Alyssa Baguss and Andrew MacGuffie have wrangled together a Northeast style Grand Prix featuring their shared love of competition, spectacles and all things that make life worthwhile. This racetrack rodeo will feature @ Casket Arts 'Factory'
Building a bicycle scramble, marching band sprints and flying hot-dogs. Enter the event sweepstakes, ride the giant slide...and if you still can’t figure out what’s going on, ask the 'Fortune Teller !?! Don’t wreck your life by missing this.
This hairball event is brought to you, in part, through the generous support of the
California Building Company.
The Northeast Grand Prix festivities will begin at 7:00 pm
@ the NE Sculpture I Gallery Factory @ Casket Arts 'Factory' Building in Northeast Minneapolis. Northeast Grand Prix is a strange brew of ongoing amusement featuring multiple racetracks, parade fanfare, musical performances, sweepstakes prizes and a closing ceremony.
Marching bands include: Chaos Combat Marching Band, The Magnificent Edison High School Alumni Marching Band and the Silver Lake Symphonic Woodwinds Walking Band.
Northeast Grand Prix is accompanied by an exhibition featuring The artwork of Mary Jane Mansfield & Jennifer Nevitt in NE Sculpture I Gallery Factory from 5:00 –10:00 pm.
Grand Prix guests are invited to stay for an evening of Art-a-Whirl events happening throughout the Casket Arts Complex. There are over 100 artists and like businesses that inhabit the Arts buildings.
Food is available on site by Asase YAA, pronounced “ah-sah-see-yah”, and means “mother earth” in Akon Mythology. Global foods for festivals with vegan and vegetarian options available.
Chaos Combat Marching is a dark & powerful mash up of noise artists & musicians who rock juxtaposed with a classic (deconstructed) marching band style. The group follows the basic construct of a standard marching band, but trades woodwinds and brass for customized circuit bent toys and devices. Members include: Ben Severns, Nicholas Knutson, Steve Peterson, Daniel Ciernia, Nicholas Smith, Colleen Harris-Severns, Darrin Casey, Greg Ganellis, Brad Fabian, James Graham, John Vance, Keiko Kawakami, Jake ElDjVasques, Jason Hayes, Jack Lasecke, Whittney Streeter and John Schwarzkopf.
The Magnificent Edison High School Alumni Marching Band Shun the shuttle, the bling, the sheet music and the graduating trombonists. Think high stepping, casual uniforms, and band music learned in high school. Now you’ve got the picture and sound Edison High School Alumni Marching Band, marching strong in Northeast Minneapolis, throughout the Twin Cities and now on the national scene at the New Orleans Mardi Gras! 30+ years and going strong!
Silver Lake Symphonic Winds Walking Band Silver Lake Symphonic Winds is a community band founded in the summer of 2012. The group is comprised of Twin City musicians and is dedicated to providing excellent musicianship opportunities for its members; cultivating great music from a variety of genres; and developing the appreciation of band repertoire for the education and growth of our community through public performances.
Music with Philippe & friends! Live show with local musicians/singers: Saturday 5/18,1 to 6p & Sunday 5/19, 12 to 4p: please partake in the delights of these classy singers & musicians @ the Loading Dock attached to the Carriage House @ Casket Arts in a friendly environment & atmosphere that give the feeling of mutual confidence & respect.
Saturday the 18th musical line-up:1:00 pm Matt Frank,1:50 pm Steve Farrell,2:40 pm Erik Bookowski,3:30 pm Juan Kuffner, 4:20 pm Philippe Gallandat & @ 5:00 pm The Old Smugglers. Sunday the 19th musical line-up: Noon The Old Smugglers,1:00 pm Tire Fires, 1:45 pm Kaity Joan,2:30 pm Dave Dvorak & @ 3:20 pm Shoshone George.
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