Arts & Performance

Days of Remembrance

To mark Genocide Awareness Month, Edina hosts a series of programs on human rights. The first part of the series, Days of Remembrance, will include the play Upstanders: Ten Who Dared, based upon resistance music during the Holocaust. The play follows the stories of Sophie Scholl, a young German who was influential in White Rose, a youth resistance movement.  Read more about Days of Remembrance

Baroque Fest

The Edina Chorale holds its winter concert works by Bach and Handel. Thomas Paulson continues to lead the way as both music director and conductor. The Edina Chorale boasts a large number of diverse voices, with members ages 20 to 70. This baroquefest will transport you to Europe in the 17th and 18th centuries.  Read more about Baroque Fest

Minne-Soda Clay

The work of Minnesota soda clay artists will be on display. Soda glazing is a relatively new technique in ceramics. This exhibition will highlight some of Minnesota’s most talented artists, all of whom are practicing this new method.  Read more about Minne-Soda Clay

Author Reading and Signing

Join author Robin Oliveira to discuss her latest book, I Always Loved You: A Novel. Oliveira is a New York Times bestselling author, and this work is destined to be a great read. Based on painter Edgar Degas’ romance in Paris, it’s a romantic book that takes readers back in time. Books will be available for purchase and signing. 952.920.0633. Read more about Author Reading and Signing

Amore + Clay

Take time out of your Saturday for two weeks to make a perfect Valentine’s Day gift for a special someone. The first session will include creating a clay heart project; in the second, you’ll add a red glaze. This homemade gift is a great way to show someone you love them! Embrace your inner artist and stop by for this program, which will be taught by Grace Pass. 1–8:45 p.m. 952.903.5780. Read more about Amore + Clay


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