The event featured a wide range of artistic learning opportunities.
Inver Hills Community College hosted its first ever Fine Arts Festival this weekend. The event was open to the public and included collaborative projects, workshops and performances.
The free festival includes workshops, projects and performances.
Roll up your sleeves and prepare to get creative, because Inver Hills Community College is hosting its first ever Fine Arts Festival this weekend. “People don’t realize the hidden gem that we present,” said Doug Binsfeld, Dean of Humanities and Fine Arts at Inver Hills. “Our commitment to the fine arts on this campus is very strong.” The free festival begins April 19 and includes three full days of programming. Attendees can try their hands in a wide range of artistic niches, such as glass fusing, stage combat or bookbinding, in the festival’s many workshops. They can also contribute to a collaborative mural or attend a variety of lectures, concerts and performances. “We want the community to be able to participate here on campus,” said …