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Talking ‘Bout The Revolution with Lisa Coleman

Talking ‘Bout The Revolution with Lisa Coleman By Jay S. Jacobs – Pop Entertainment The Revolution love what they are doing, but they hate the reason that they have to do it. The group, made up of Wendy Melvoin (guitar, vocals), BrownMark (bass, vocals), Lisa Coleman (keyboards,
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Sculpture Walk St. Cloud

Sculpture Walk St. Cloud is a year-long outdoor exhibit featuring 6 temporary large-scale sculptures on loan to the St. Cloud community for one year, and 3 permanent sculptures located in St. Cloud’s historic downtown.  The 2017-8 Sculpture Walk includes the work of accomplished
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Art Sparks Going Strong!

Art Sparks, Paramount’s very special program for those living with memory loss and their care partners, completed the second of four 5-week sessions last Thursday.  Teaching-artist Linda Addicott led delightful conversations about artworks and taught participants watercolor technique
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Heart of the Beast Puppet Theatre presents The Story of Crow Boy

In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre performed today, January 10, on the Paramount stage for the very first time to a rapt audience of 453 middle and high school students from throughout Central Minnesota. The Story of Crow Boy shared the life of artist/author Taro Yashim
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Employee Spotlight: Derick Segerstrom

It’s time for one of our fabulous employees at the Paramount Center for the Arts to step into the spotlight! Meet Derick Segerstrom, Manager of the Visual Arts Department. Derick has been with The Paramount for 13 years, where he says we are one big family! On a regular basis, y
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Support Your Paramount!

Support your Paramount by giving this Thursday, November 16th for Give the Max Day!
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New Director of Performing Arts talks with KVSC about Holiday Programming and more!

On Wednesday, November 8, our new Director of Performing Arts, Gretchen Boulka, sat down with KVSC’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Producer, Jeff Carmack, to talk about the wide variety of events happening at the Paramount from now through the New Year. The segment is about 30 minutes an
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Growing ArtFULL! Underway!

Paramount Education and Outreach has been hosting arts classes in three facilities this year as part of a national grant from Aroha Philanthropies!  The goal of the grant is to identify the most effective ways of building skill-building arts programs for those over 55.  Here’s a
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Delayed Visa Has Major Impact

The Paramount, along with project partner, SCSU, were forced to cancel a week-long residency with esteemed Somali performer Aar Maanta.  His residency was to be in St. Cloud from October 14 – 21 and was part of a 30-month Building Bridges grant that is shared in a consortium with Ceda
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