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From Struggling to Healing: A Continuum

This virtual art gallery, "From Struggling to Healing: A Continuum," will explore how our community has experienced the challenges and mending of this past year. Whether it is through visual or performance art - painting, sculpture, photography, speech, music, spoken word, dance - submissions are open to all mediums that express the journey from struggling to healing during the upheaval of 2020 and beyond.

The exhibition is being co-produced by the City of Edina's Arts & Culture Commission and Mosaic, a student group at Edina High School focused on creating an inclusive school culture.

Some submissions may be selected for permanent display as public art pieces for the City.

While you are here you are invited to:

  • Submit artwork into the virtual art gallery, "From Struggling to Healing: A Continuum."
  • View the virtual gallery after submissions are received.
  • Comment on submissions to share experiences and stories.
  • Ask a question.
  • Learn more about public art and race and equity in Edina.

From Struggling to Healing: A Continuum

This virtual art gallery, "From Struggling to Healing: A Continuum," will explore how our community has experienced the challenges and mending of this past year. Whether it is through visual or performance art - painting, sculpture, photography, speech, music, spoken word, dance - submissions are open to all mediums that express the journey from struggling to healing during the upheaval of 2020 and beyond.

The exhibition is being co-produced by the City of Edina's Arts & Culture Commission and Mosaic, a student group at Edina High School focused on creating an inclusive school culture.

Some submissions may be selected for permanent display as public art pieces for the City.

While you are here you are invited to:

  • Submit artwork into the virtual art gallery, "From Struggling to Healing: A Continuum."
  • View the virtual gallery after submissions are received.
  • Comment on submissions to share experiences and stories.
  • Ask a question.
  • Learn more about public art and race and equity in Edina.