Arts

Hollie Blanchard and Kelly Netishen, the Art Girls curation service

The Art Girls are constantly on the hunt for small unknown galleries and undiscovered artists they can bring into the spaces of their clients.

Edina Art Center offers a robust line-up of beginner art classes. Registration for next month’s beginning pottery and basic drawing classes fills up fast.

Edina-based recording artist Jason Quaynor is an assistant coordinator for Teen Tech Center, an after-school art space at the Minneapolis Central Library. It’s an ideal outlet for his talents as both artist and pedagogue. “I’ve been working with teens since I was a teen,” says Quaynor.

Edina’s own Nicholas Legeros took first place in Public Art Edina’s 10th annual People’s Choice Awards.

The first blossom of a new public art project has unfurled at the corner of West 66th Street and Valley View Road.

For more than 40 years, Gail Shore of Edina has traveled to other countries on solo, self-funded trips—she’s taken photos, gotten to know the culture, and returned to share her experiences and photography with family and friends.

A group of Edina High School students had the rare opportunity to attend the Thespian Festival in Lincoln, Neb., in June, bringing back valuable experience and praise from peers.

Each September, the Edina Art Center hosts a juried art show: its largest exhibition of the year.

Rebekah Moir, left, gives stage direction to Jeremiah Players Club members Libby Strittmater, Lorelai Nelson, Ellison Salyards, Lily Salyards and Eiledon Moir at Calvary Lutheran Church in Edina.

You don’t often find a second-grader and a high school sophomore collaborating creatively and logging hours of theater rehearsal together.

Thirty-year Edina resident Sarah Rose was named one of eight winners of the Loft Literary Center's 2013 Shabo Award for Children’s Picture Book Writers.

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