Arts & Culture

Patrons browse a booth at the Plymouth Arts Fair.

The Plymouth Creek Center will host a free indoor art festival featuring 30 local and regional artists working in a variety of mediums including pottery, watercolor, jewelry, acrylic, glass and more.

Fired Up Studios provides the space and equipment to allow clay artists and potters of all levels to explore their creativity and work in a supportive environment.

Come see fine arts from 30 selected artists living and working in our local and regional area.
 

In Natalie Tran’s world, being on stage is as routine as a day at school. At 5-years-old, Tran was cast, along with her sister, in her first role – one of the royal children in a performance of The King and I at Bloomington Civic Theatre.

Mike Bauer says that he has always had an independent streak. Even while working a steady job that he loved, he dreamed of doing something on his own. As president and founder of Bauer Design Build, a commercial general contractor company, he’s been pursuing that dream for the past 12 years.

As an interior designer, Jolynn Johnson has made a career out of remodeling other people’s houses, but a recent project gave her the opportunity to work on her own. Earlier this year, Johnson moved from St.

When asked about the Looney Lutherans’ latest show, Livin’ La Vida Lutheran, creator, writer and actor Greta Grosch responds that in a sense, this show has taken 11 years to write.

Who can say no to an event where one can support a community-driven music initiative while enjoying a glass of wine?

After years of following their respective careers across the country, KSTP’s Kirsten Swanson and Greg Mees of the Star Tribune have settled in Plymouth. Mees and Swanson tell us more about their college newspaper, the challenges facing journalists in 2017 and finding a home in Plymouth.

Charles Lazarus’ love of music has led him all over the country and the world. A highly talented and accomplished trumpeter, Lazarus made his Carnegie Hall solo debut when he just a 19-year-old student at Julliard.

The entryway of Sunset Hill Elementary used to be beige and bare, but it now boasts a colorful and intricate mural. The schoolwide project—with all students contributing to the painting—was designed by a local artist and completed at the end of last school year.

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