Arts & Culture

The logo for the Edina Galleria's Art Opens Doors project.

This summer, shoppers, diners and guests will be on the hunt for unexpected artwork throughout the Galleria—unique “little doors” created by local Twin Cities artists.


"France is a Feast: The Photographic Journey of Paul and Julia Child" by Alex Prud’homme and photography edited by Katie Pratt

Since Brosius arrived in 1997, CTC has become such a part of the Twin Cities arts culture that it might be difficult to find someone it hasn’t affected.

In many homes, a lower level serves as a jack-of-all-trades­—entertainer, laundress, mechanical equipment keeper and storage minder.

At age 17, Saumya Mangalick is already a strong advocate for human rights. This Edina High School senior was awarded the Edina Human Rights & Relations Commission Tom Oye award for her work with the organization Girl Up Edina.  She is the youngest recipient of this award.

With the goal of designing a farmhouse-style house within the space constraints of an urban plot, Edina homebuilders Refined Custom Homes LLC created a trend-setting space ideal for entertaining friends and family.

Many classic silver pieces that have been in the family forever were once beautiful, but often become dull in an ever-brightening world. Enter Julia Moss, whose store brings classic into the contemporary.

Every year Cornelia Elementary School invites a volunteer educator into its second-grade class. Meet Mary Hedges, yogurt scientist and Edina Public Schools volunteer of the year.

Students who act as team managers for high school sports take on a lot of responsibility. They provide crucial support to coaches as well as players.