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History Theatre's Glensheen, painter Greta Claire, illustrator Tom Richmond, Zhen Tu
Writer Marlon James, sculptor James Brenner and music-duo The Ericksons
Actor Tyler Michaels, sculptor Mary Giles, writer William Souder and singer Mayyadda
Phil Vandervaart, Kristi Abbott, Philip Noyed and Musical Mondays
Shapiro & Smith Dance, painter Yudong Shen, sculptor Perci Chester and Gear Daddies
The Arts Partners lead the four organizations that share the stages of the Ordway
Leaders of The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra discuss their innovative work in the Ordway
Christopher Atkins of MAEP, Caitlin Warner, Dominick Argento and Gadu Doushin
History Theatre’s production of Glensheen examines the story of the 1977 Duluth murders.
Greta Claire is an abstract painter “obsessed with color and texture.”
Illustrator Tom Richmond is a contributor to MAD Magazine
James Brenner likes to engage the community creating large public art pieces
Marlon James’ latest novel has earned him one of the world’s biggest literary prizes.
The Ericksons began their musical careers as a way to cope with loss and personal tragedy
Mary Giles’ work has evolved into sculptural pieces inspired by nature.
Mayyadda performs her original song, “Black is Beautiful,” at Patrick's Cabaret
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