Seward Arts & Culture

All things arts & culture, and home of Seward Winter Frolic : Art in the 'hood
  • Diane Gamm

    Functional pottery and nature photography, including photos of Lake Superior Ice Caves. Open House at 2217 – 32nd Avenue South during the Winter Frolic, Dec 6-7 (#20 on the map).

  • Lea-Way Designs

    Lea-Way Designs, LLC create colorful, culturally-inspired tiles for home decor and personal decor. Tiles as functional art, Two-Way Tile Trays™, and tile jewelry are available for personal expression and your gift-giving needs.

  • Kat Lange

    kat lange’s deep, rich hues imbue her paintings with the play of light on color and shadow. _____________________

  • Kim Gordon

    Kim Gordon is a local painter, illustrator and teacher. Her greeting cards tell simple stories about elemental aspects of life: finding joy in transitory beauty, peace in nature, the pleasures of relationships.

Wecome! Here we showcase all things arts & culture going on in Seward.

Please check back regularly. If you have something to share, email Kerry Cashman, SNG Community Coordinator, at: kerry@sng.org

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MEMORY LANES BLOCK PARTY 2015

Memory Lanes announced their annual block party!

MLTwo day party, Memorial Day Weekend
Saturday May 23, Sunday May 24

All Ages 3pm-10pm, 21+ after 10pm

RSVP to the Facebook invite here.

 

 

 

 

 

Band lineups:
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Saturday May 23
TICKLE TORTURE
SUZIE
RUPERT ANGELEYES
FORT WILSON RIOT
SOUTHSIDE DESIRE
HARDCORE CRAYONS
BLACK AUDIENCE
DEAD LARRY
PHANTOM TAILS
PRIVATE OATES
DJ SHANNON BLOWTORCH
HOTPANTS / HIPSHAKER DJs
IAN RANS
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Sunday May 24
DEKE DICKERSON & THE TRASHMEN
THE CACTUS BLOSSOMS
PAVIELLE
DAVINA & THE VAGABONDS
CRANKSHAFT
L’ASSASSINS
NATO COLES & THE BLUE DIAMOND BAND
DJ SHANNON BLOWTORCH
HOTPANTS / HOLD TIGHT DJs
DAVID CAMPBELL

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2015 Open Streets Mpls dates/locations announced!

Friday afternoon the Minneapolis Bicycle Coalition made the announcement! Franklin Ave. will be filled with food, activities, families, and BIKES again this year on Sunday August 16th!

Open StreetsThe Facebook announcement:

“We’re happy to announce that Open Streets Minneapolis is back for 2015, and bigger and better than ever! We are excited to have been invited to hold even more new events, and look forward to working with local residents, community groups, neighborhood groups, and businesses to make sure the events are a huge success!

A big thank you to the Kingfield Neighborhood Association and the Lyndale Neighborhood Association (LNA) for hosting the Nicollet Ave S Open Streets event.

Open Streets Minneapolis is an initiative of the Minneapolis Bicycle Coalition supported by the City of Minneapolis, and presented by the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Center for Prevention.

Stay tuned for more details on route specifics coming soon!

Email Ginny at ginny@mplsbike.org if you want to help plan Open Streets, Beth at beth@mplsbike.org if you are interested in volunteering, and Alex at alex@mplsbike.org if you are a business or community group that wants to be on the street or to sponsor the event.”

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Call for thespians!

Rick Musser put the call out on the Seward E-Democracy forum: Print

“Ben Kreilkamp is a local playwright/director who produced numerous theatrical events for the Seward Theater Project in the years 1995-2004. These included two full-length plays: “Under the  Hill”, about the formation of Matthews Park, and “Along the River”, about the history of the neighborhood from geologic time through prehistoric time to the time of the white immigration and present day Seward.

Now he is going to write and produce a new play for the MN Fringe this summer 2015. The Fringe festival performs in the first couple weeks of August.

Ben is even now conducting weekly workshops at Faith Mennonite Church (2720 E. 22nd St.) to train a cast for a new play. The new play is called “By Moonlight” and will treat of the many communities that make up South Minneapolis, our lives, our aspirations, and our dreams as we live and our efforts to lead more free and joyous and peaceful lives.

The play will include  stories gathered by the Seward History Project (which also gathered material for the earlier plays). The play  will also include a flock of crows, providing the human communities with the supporting id of our dreams.

All adults welcome to the workshops. They should contact Ben at kreilkamp@comcast.net for more information.”