Arts

On the Fence, placed first in the wildlife and nature category of the Focus on Maple Grove photo contest

On the Fence, placed first in the wildlife and nature category of the Focus on Maple Grove photo contest. Rod Smoliak took the photo on a baseball field at Cedar Island Elementary.

A painting by Dan McAvey, adult education director at the Maple Grove Arts Center.

Dan McAvey teaches several classes and serves as the adult education director and member of the Board of Directors at the Maple Grove Arts Center.

Maple Grove illustrator and animator Sydney Lindgren.

When Maple Grove illustrator/animator Sydney Lindgren decided to up her game and complete portrait drawings of 22 women in her choir, she didn’t realize the scope of what she was undertaking.

A set of paintbrushes sits on a colorful palate.

The countdown is on—summer break is weeks away, and if you need some creative ideas for kids, the Maple Grove Arts Center offers several classes for kids of all ages.

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Visit the Maple Grove Arts Center for The Green Show, a recycled art show.

Norwegian-American rosemaling artist Robert Munson

Traditional folk art finds expression in the hands of local man.

The production is based on the true story of Helen Keller and her teacher, Annie Sullivan.

One Maple Grove woman has her own “woman cave,” and while it may be relaxing, it has also become a place for serious work, full of color and creativity.

In Melanie Heuiser Hill’s The Giant Pumpkin Suite, Rose and Thomas are 12-year-old twins, who are very different from one another.

In the musical Newsies, now playing at Chanhassen Dinner Theaters (CDT), Les Jacobs is an almost 10-year-old boy, whose older brother, David, and another newsboy Jack are involved in a strike against a powerful newspaper publisher.

The Cross Community Players (CCP) is bringing a production of The Pirates of Penzance to Osseo Senior High.

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