This month's featured art is from Wayzata High School student Ece Luna Saydam.
Alongside melting snow and budding trees, the Primavera Arts Festival is a sure sign that spring is on its way. The annual event, a collaboration between the Plymouth Arts Council and the city of Plymouth, has been held each April for over two decades—this year marks its 22nd year.
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.
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.
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.
In a matter of five days, the Prairie Fire Children’s Theater will hold community auditions, cast all 81 roles, rehearse and perform a production of Peter Pan.
At the foot of Dan and Annie Arnolds’ driveway, a handmade wooden sign spelling out their last name hints at the art within their Plymouth home.
A relaxing evening outdoors with fireworks, symphonies and family fun, Music in Plymouth has become a staple of summertime in Plymouth.
As the event enters its 45th year, we take a look back at the Plymouth Civic League, the organization behind the fanfare.