White Bear Center for the Arts is thrilled to announce the opening of Peyton Scott Russell’s first retrospective exhibition, beginning February 2, 2023. Renowned Minneapolis-based graffiti artist Peyton Scott Russell, is famous worldwide for his depiction of George Floyd.
Connecting the Dots is an exhibition that celebrates the amazing artwork of PAI (Phoenix Alternatives, Inc.) artists, and the community connection it builds.
On Nov. 21, Many Faces held Part 1 of our Accessibility Series to learn more about inclusive practices and accommodations businesses and organizations can make for our Deaf and Hard of Hearing population. Jessalyn Ackerman-Frank, Director of Communication and Civic...
We are reflecting on what we heard last summer, when Many Faces hosted a table at the White Bear Lake Marketfest celebration.
What can people do to help the homeless that live in the White Bear Lake community?
Be a mentor, show respect and connect with people. Volunteer at a shelter, food shelf or furniture bank. Contact legislators to change systems that cause affordable housing shortages. Research homelessness, attend seminars about homelessness and tell others what you’ve learned.
Many Faces of the White Bear Lake Area recently conducted a learning session on homelessness at St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church in Mahtomedi.
Nationally known Black Twin Cities artists, Beverly Tipton-Hammond, Kennedy Simpson, A. Drew Hammond and Donald Walker, invite you to see firsthand the art inspired by their lived experience. Visit the White Bear Center for the Arts to view and reflect on their work...
Listening to and learning from these personal stories was the object of the first in a series of four community conversations on race, hosted by Many Faces in partnership with the Minnesota Humanities Center. Many Faces is a collaboration of White Bear Lake-area organizations that aim to build a welcoming and equitable community for all residents.
We hope you will join us for the following four meetings, but attending all four sessions is not required to participate in the series.
Many Faces of the White Bear Lake Area is proud to be partnering with the Minnesota Humanities Center to host a 4-part community conversation series for the broader White Bear Lake Area with the goal of learning and understanding how we experience and recognize racism in our community, how it impacts the community, and how we can educate ourselves to learn and to lead work in creating a more welcoming and inclusive community for all.
We are excited to announce our new website is live! We hope it will serve as a resource to find events around the White Bear Lake area which encourage each other to learn more about our diverse heritage and what bonds us together. Check out our Events page for the...
The story of what is now known as the White Bear Lake area began with the lake and the rich lands that surround it. These natural features were created through the heaving and melting of glaciers, which led to the formation of rivers, lakes, and areas of sandy and...