A recent event at Griffin Gallery, with partners Martha O’Hara Interiors and TMBR North Loop, brought out 200 guests interested in Christina Twomey’s abstract and resin artwork.
Arts & Culture
Angel Foundation’s Camp Angel Luncheon was held on May 17, 2019 at The Westin Edina Galleria. Edina Mayor James B. Hovland proclaimed it Angel Foundation Day and presented the proclamation to Angel Foundation Founder, Margie Sborov.
With the recent opening of Restoration Hardware, Edina is home to yet another distinctive shopping destination.
This November, Ava Mehta from Edina will travel to Anaheim, Calif. to compete in the National All-American Miss pageant.
We asked photographer William Webb to tell us about his photo, “A Beautiful Lake Edina Wood Duck,” which won in the “Plants and Animals” category of the 2018 Images of Edina photo contest.
Dee Kotaska was a speech therapist for 30 years before realizing photography, her 40-year-long hobby, has always been her passion.
Holly Stone has taught at the Edina Art Center for the past 15 years, but just recently she started incorporating meditation into her classes.
Blake Stolpestad says learning and working at the Edina Art Center has helped him gain confidence as an art professional.
Leslie Granbeck is a teaching artist and felt maker in her own right, leading many classes year-round in the metro area including at the Edina Art Center.
Edina alumnus Thomas Glass was a Metropolitan Opera finalist.
Aimee and Boyd Lee's Rainy Days & Mondays–Music of the Carpenters is performed during a three-show weekend twice a year at the Chanhassen Dinner Theatres.