Arts & Culture

Afternoon Skate, Amy Wilcox

Afternoon Skate, which placed second in the People and Families category of our annual Picture Plymouth photo contest, was taken by Amy Wilcox.

David Sherman, photographer for the Minnesota Timberwolves and Lynx. He is currently touring "Transfer of Memory," an exhibit featuring portraits and stories of Holocaust survivors.

Plymouth resident David Sherman is the official photographer for the Timberwolves and Lynx. He also created the "Transfer of Memory" project.

Wayzata High School's Gavin Frank, a 2019 Standout Scholar

As a top student, Wayzata High School's Gavin Frank still finds time for fun.

Providence Academy's Madeline Anderson, a 2019 Standout Scholar

Providence Academy's Madeline Anderson has been on the headmaster's list every semester and captained three sports teams.

Armstrong High School's Moses Ekel, a 2019 Standout Scholar

Armstrong High School's Moses Ekel has been performing in plays since eighth grade.

Michael Voss, who co-authored "B.S. Incorporated" and "Operation Clusterpuck: A B.S. Incorporated Novel" with Jennifer Rock

Jennifer Rock and Michael Voss met in the corporate world, and they've used their experience to write a pair of books on the absurdity of corporate life.

A teenager water skis on Medicine Lake in this winning photo from the 2018 Picture Plymouth photo contest.

"Evening Ski" took first place in the "Activities & Events" category of our 2018 Picture Plymouth photo contest.

A close-up shot of the pistons of a trumpet.

This year’s Music in Plymouth, featuring the Minnesota Orchestra, will take place July 2 at the Hilde Performance Center.

A green heron and a turtle face off on a log in a pond.

Plymouth Resident Scott Mohn took “Best in Show” in our 2018 photo contest with “Property Dispute.”

The congregation at St. Barnabas Center for the Arts sings.

St. Barnabas Lutheran Church is home to a robust music program, including choirs, ensembles and an orchestra.

A garden featuring hostas, edibles, astilbe and hydrangeas.

As this year’s Best Landscape Designer and a finalist for Best Florist, Dundee should be a household name for all things plant-related.