Art & Culture
Friends of the Arts (FOTA) is a community group dedicated to supporting, promoting, and enhancing the arts in St. Louis Park. FOTA connects people and organizations around the arts, shares arts-related information and resources, and coordinates community arts programs.
Visit www.slpfriendsofthearts.org for info about the organization, its activities and more!
updated: Thursday, May 30, 2013
Applications are now being accepted for the 2014 Arts and Culture Grant Program! Applications must be completed and submitted by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, August 9. To view and complete the application, click here.
The St. Louis Park Arts & Culture Grant Program — administered in partnership with St. Louis Park Friends of the Arts — highlights our community’s commitment to promoting and integrating arts, culture, and aesthetics in all city initiatives!
updated: Friday, June 07, 2013
Arts for Life is a scholarship program for St. Louis Park residents of all ages who have the desire, but not the resources, to grow and develop in the arts. Scholarships can be requested to pay for lessons, classes, art supplies, musical instruments, and other costs related to arts participation. Applications are reviewed quarterly. For more information...
updated: Monday, June 10, 2013
St. Louis Park is committed to promoting and integrating arts, culture, and community aesthetics in all city initiatives, including implementation where appropriate.
Vision in Action - Arts & Culture grant program thriving in city
The City of St. Louis Park and the St. Louis Park Community Foundation provide grant funding for new arts programs that support community pride, connect artists and the community, and engage people in creative learning.
Books Alive! St. Louis Park Reader’s Theater is looking for new readers to participate in its theatrical oral readings and for groups who want to book a reading engagement for a special event.
- Youth assemblies & special events
- Pre-school and K-12 schools
- School District functions
- City meetings
- Senior centers
- Retirement homes
- Health Care centers
- Organization meetings
- Worship gatherings
- Reunions & private parties
The inaugural play reading series will be hosted by Maggie's Farm Theater, providing professional insight into each play, reading tips and a fun relaxed atmosphere. Play Reading Series will provide a book club experience without required pre-reading. Each session will include a group reading of a pre-selected play script, a discussion of insights...
updated: Tuesday, February 12, 2013
The Parks and Recreation Department offers art programs that allow kids to explore a variety of media, methods, and themes. Instructors from Abrakadoodle®, KIDCREATETM Studio, and Creative Kidstuff teach kids how to enjoy art and expand their creativity while having a wonderful time! All materials for programs...
“We are looking for qualified candidates who have backgrounds and expertise in the areas of strategic planning, marketing, fundraising and graphic design,” said Susan Schneck, board chair. “Board member candidates must also reside in St. Louis Park and be passionate about the role the arts play in creating community,” she added...
updated: Wednesday, May 22, 2013
St. Louis Park is committed to promoting and integrating arts, culture and community aesthetics in all city initiatives, including implementation where appropriate. Through various partnerships, the city has promoted and celebrated the creation of public art throughout the community. Below, learn more about some of the city's many public art projects...
“To bee, or not to bee?” is the question answered at Westwood’s Theater Camp. We’re combining nature themed activities with the world of drama. Kids will work with a professional theater educator and the naturalists throughout the week to create and act in their own play. Performances will be on Thursday from 3 to 4 p.m. on...