A new exhibit at the History Center tracks the life and career of one of St. Paul’s favorite sons, Charles Schultz. From his beginnings in Minnesota (his family had a barbershop at Selby and Snelling!) out to his life in California, the exhibit tracks his history and how it inspired

The West 7th neighborhood continues to blossom as a bustling arts district and Summerfest at the Keg and Case yard is one of the biggest events of the year. With a varied lineup that includes Annie Mack, Rogue Valley, Solid Gold, and more, as well as food and arts vendors,

Guests of all levels of experience are invited this installment of Wabasha Brewing’s Paint and Sip series. Registration gets you painting supplies, canvas, a 64-ounce amber growler, wood serving tray, and slice of wood. The class is led by trained local artists who will lead you through a laid back

What we talk about when we talk about public art with curator Joe Ellis. WORDS BY CHLOE GALLAGHER “I won’t stop painting ’til l the world looks the way it should” —Typical Cats “It jumped off the walls,” Joe Ellis recalled over coffee at Wuolett Bakery, describing his first encounters

More than 150 artists, painters, potters, print-makers, and other talented folk gather for this all-weekend midsummer fair, hosted by Homespun Gifts and Decor. Peruse art and handmade items, participate in workshops including nature journaling and pollinator identification, and enjoy the nearby Minnehaha Falls. Wares are for sale, including plenty under

Over 200 renowned tattoo artists can be found all weekend at St. Paul’s Rivercentre for the Twin Cities Tattoo festival. If you’re looking for a little ink, or just there to appreciate the artform, there will be plenty to do including tattoo competitions, fine art, live performances, and charity fundraisers.

Visit the Casket Arts building to learn more about two exhibitions currently on view at Supercharged Printmakers with the First Friday Artist Talk. In The Weight of it All, mother and son collaborators Heather Mattera and Ben Mattera use photography and visual language to create work that explores the world

Tonight at The White Bear Center for the Arts is the opening of ‘Dirt: A Matter of Reverence.’ the new exhibit from Sandra Menefee Taylor. As the artist explains, “My interest in dirt/soil traverses questions such as: dirt as matter, dirt as Home, soil vs dirt, dust to dust, SOIL/DIRT

Metalsmith Betty Jager has always done it her own way. WORDS BY KATIE DOHMAN  Betty Jager grew up in Tacoma, Washington, with her mom, a teacher, and her dad, a construction worker, and three siblings (all older), framed by the ocean, mountains, and woods. They didn’t have a lot of