Come to the art park at the corner of Oakdale and Butler for a Free Zine event on July 8 from 6 to 8 p.m. with local artist Carolyn Swiszcz.
Local artist Carolyn Swiszcz talks about how she makes art and why she likes Granny Donuts and other small businesses.
There are a lot of new signs in the midst of this pandemic, many of them less than encouraging. But there are also signs of hope.
Council Member Lisa Eng-Sarne encouraged people to sit in their front yards, so I did and reflected on isolation and quarantine.
The Minnesota Regional Arts Council awarded West St. Paul a $10,000 grant for a community art project to create a mosaic sculpture.
Local artist Carolyn Swiszcz wrote about the art park in a zine titled “Sad Park,” but she’s also organizing a July 10 event to imagine the future of the park.