THE DEFENDERS: ANDY STURDEVANT
The Trylon microcinemaWed Jun 18 7:00
Andy Sturdevant is a writer and artist in Minneapolis. He's written about art, cities, culture, history, and food for many local magazines and websites, and his artwork has been exhibited at the Minneapolis Institute of Art and The Soap Factory. His first book, Potluck Supper with Meeting to Follow, was published by Coffee House Press in 2013. Non-profit: Mid-Continent Oceanographic Institute.
THE DEFENDERS: AUSTIN KENNEDY
The Trylon microcinemaWed Jul 16 7:00
Austin Kennedy writes film reviews for the website Film Geek Central and has a degree in Filmmaking with two independent features under his belt. In his spare time he also performs stand-up, Men’s Roller Derby, plays in a rock group, and teaches an after-school Film Appreciation class in St. Paul. His charity is the Autism Society of Minnesota.
THE DEFENDERS: MAYOR MIKE HAEG
The Trylon microcinemaWed Aug 20 7:00
Mike Haeg is an artist and the Mayor of Minnesota's smallest small town, Mt. Holly, MN (pop.4). You may have experienced the town's creative exports at Walker Art Center's Open Field, Salon Saloon, or the Art Shanty Projects. Haeg laments the days when time moved more slowly and people, as well as their troubles, were less evolved. Non-profit: Beyond the Yellow Ribbon.
The microcinema is our year round revival cinema, with 50 deluxe rocker seats, a 20 foot screen and a set of Century 35mm film projectors.
$25 for 5 tickets, redeemable for 1 or 2 seats at a time, up to 30 minutes before showtime.
3258 Minnehaha Av
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2820 E. 33rd St.
Minneapolis, MN 55406