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Published on April 05, 2024
Plymouth Community Celebrates Creativity with Primavera Art Exhibition and Musical PerformancesSource: City of Plymouth, Minnesota

Plymouth is gearing up for its annual Primavera spring art exhibition, a free four-day event showcasing the works of local and regional talent. Set to paint the town from April 25-28, the Plymouth Community Center will transform into a hub of creativity and expression with the collaborative efforts of the City of Plymouth and Plymouth Arts Council.

This cultural jamboree is not just about viewing art, but it also provides a stage for musical performances and informative sessions, according to the City of Plymouth, Minnesota. The artistic buffet will offer something for everyone, from juried adult pieces to high school student masterpieces.

Kicking off the event on Thursday, April 25, the exhibit opens from 7-9 p.m., accompanied by "Plymouth READS Literary Night." As per the schedule, author Gretchen Anthony, known for "The Book Hater’s Book Club", will share her perspectives and undoubtedly drop some knowledge on the attendees.

The following day welcomes visitors as early as 8 a.m., and the evening heats up with a performance by the Wayzata High School Jazz Band at 6 p.m. Creators and their labor of love will then bask in the limelight during the Primavera Awards Ceremony slated for 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday continue the artistic revelry with more performances, artist talks, and eye-catching dance displays, as per the City of Plymouth, Minnesota.

Art aficionados who miss out on the festivities need not fret, as juried adult artwork will remain on display at the Plymouth Community Center Art Gallery through June 7. The gallery, with its doors wide open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, invites onlookers to soak in the artistic ambiance at their leisure.