Weekly Digs April 24 - 30
Indie Lens Pop-Up: ‘National Bird’ - April 25th - Muhammad Ali Center.
One thing we believe at Commune is the need to always help expose the truth: especially when it stops shady shit that hurts people. On April 25th, the film National Bird will be shown at the Muhammad Ali Center. The film is about 3 former military drone operators who have taken a stand against the wrongful use of drones. The event and film are free and light refreshments will be provided.
Luna Fest - April 26th - Riverview Theater
Luna bars are are pretty tasty, but Luna doesn't just make bars. They also have Lunafest, a rad film festival that comes with short films for and by women. It gets more amazing. Luna Fest raises funds to donate to the Breast Cancer Fund. So much good is happening on one day, you should definitely check it out.
‘Art Is Why I Wake Up In the Morning’ Gallery - April 14th - May 20th - Soo Visual Art Center
This new art collection from Sherry Muyuan would make Ron Swanson proud. In an array of toast, eggs and bacon, Muyuan gives breakfast the credit it deserves. The exhibit also features an interactive piece. You too can make the accordion-fold book of cheese slices you’ve always dreamed of… or just eat a free snack...
The Feels - April 26th - Icehouse @ 9:30
This night is jam packed with musicians, singers, poets, and comedians. A beautiful meshing of art; like slow jazz meets classic hip hop. Each monthly theme is directed toward removing the stigma around mental health and healthy lifestyle choices. We’re all about supporting the beautiful people of Minnesota. Everyone is welcome to join in on the positivity and healing.
Commune Babe - Katana Da Don
Big shout out to Katana Da Don for putting on a show at our last Commune event. The multi-talented artist does everything from making beats to rapping and producing her own tracks. She’s a one of kind talent. Check out her website and experience this sensation for yourself.