Arts & Culture

Meditative artist Holly Stone, who teaches classes at the Edina Art Center, works on a painting.

Holly Stone has taught at the Edina Art Center for the past 15 years, but just recently she started incorporating meditation into her classes.

A piece of ceramic art by Blake Stolpestad, who taught ceramics at the Edina Art Center.

Blake Stolpestad says learning and working at the Edina Art Center has helped him gain confidence as an art professional.

Leslie Granbeck, a fiber artist who teaches at the Edina Art Center.

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 High School alumnus Thomas Glass, who was a finalist for the Metropolitan Opera.

Edina alumnus Thomas Glass was a Metropolitan Opera finalist.

Local musicians  Aimee and Boyd Lee, who founded "Rainy Days & Mondays–Music of the Carpenters"

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.

Edina High School student Dedeepya Guthikonda, who won a gold medal in the National Scholastic Art and Writing Competition.

Sophomore Dedeepya Guthikonda won a gold medal in the National Scholastic Art and Writing Competition this past year.

A fireplace with a wreath hanging above it.

It’s time to tackle your fall to-do list before we settle in for a long season of the white stuff.

"The Secrets We Kept" by Lara Prescott

Lara Prescott's debut novel focuses on spy craft at the beginning of the Cold War.

An artist paints in watercolor at the Edina Art Center

The Edina Art Center offers new courses like photography, felting and meditative art.

A private reception was held at the Edina home of Therese and Steffen Hovard in May to showcase Mill City Summer Opera, now in its 8th successful season.

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