Art in the Hollow celebrates 10th anniversary
Kalpulli Yaocenoxtli, a St. Paul-based group dedicated to sharing Mexica Nahua and Aztec culture, dances at Art in the Hollow on June 1. The group demonstrated a variety of traditional dances and drumming for the crowd. (Mandy Hathaway / The Metropolitan)

Art in the Hollow celebrates 10th anniversary

The only art festival on St. Paul’s East Side drew 80 artists and performers on June 1. Organizers of Art in the Hollow estimate that 2,000-plus people attended the event in Swede Hollow Park, near Metro State's St. Paul campus.

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Connecting past to present at the ‘Periphery’
Duck Washington, seated, did double duty in “Periphery” at the Howard Conn Fine Arts Center in February 2019. On stage, he played the role of Billy. Behind the scenes, he directed the Youth Performance Company production. Kyle Dekker, standing, is the character Red. Photo by Brandon General

Connecting past to present at the ‘Periphery’

Metro State student turns the spotlight (and his camera lens) on a community theater production that hits close to home.

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‘Philando Feeds the Children’ distributes first funds to J.J. Hill Elementary
Pamela Fergus, some of her students in PSYC 212, and Nutrition Services staff pose for photos at J.J. Hill Montessori in St. Paul on Oct. 13, 2017. The class presented a check for $10,000 to the school to pay off more than a year’s worth of student lunch debt. Photo by Kathryn Ganfield.

‘Philando Feeds the Children’ distributes first funds to J.J. Hill Elementary

Psychology students raise $94,000 to eliminate lunch debt for St. Paul schools.

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