Arts

Local artisans use their hands to create and to affect change in the community.
Dan Isarel at Wolfe Park, where he will be playing a concert in August.
St. Louis Park folk singer doesn’t let life’s challenges keep him from making music.
We turn the spotlight on sculptors, interactive artists and designers who helped establish The Park’s local art scene.
Kelsey Soby poses at the ICON Theater, one of her favorite places in St. Louis Park.
Traffic anchor, reporter, television host: Fox 9’s Kelsey Soby makes it look easy.
In artist Pam Luer's St. Louis Park studio, these well-used paint brushes are the tools of her trade.
Our Town: Art & Nature kicks off this month with free art programming for the whole family all summer.
"Red Plenty" is a novel of life in the Soviet Union in the 1950s.
The playwright and artist hopes to grow the organization.
Artist Adam Turman and Chuck Souvignier of Chux both show off St. Louis Park’s creative side.
Brush Studio paints a fun and creative atmosphere.
Stacia Goodman, left and Susan Schneck in front of the "Found Spirals" installation at the SLP Rec Center.
As co-founder Susan Schneck leaves St. Louis Park Friends of the Arts, she reflects on the mission of the organization she helped start.

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