As of this morning, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts' Rembrandt exhibition, which ends Sunday, is sold out.
Self-portrait by Rembrandt
Image courtesy MIA
That means if you didn't already get your reservations in to see the show in its last days, you're out of luck.
The MIA exhibition has far exceeded the museum's attendance goals. The initial projection for the show was 75,000 tickets, but today reached 100,000.
High demand for tickets led the museum to offer extended hours in the final days of the show.
Up next: China's Terracotta Warriors opens at the MIA on October 27.
It's a big night for the arts on public television tonight.
On this week's edition of Almanac, Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra President Dobson West and musician Carole Mason Smith will discuss cutting musicians wages and shrinking the size of the orchestra.
The show starts at 7pm on TPT2; you can also stream the show live at tpt.org.
Then at 8pm, it's the premiere of "Arts and the Mind," a new documentary on the benefits of the arts on mental and physical wellbeing.