Gather, Share, Inspire, and Celebrate
Imagine performances coming alive on an iconic sculptural wood stage framed by towering oaks of a restored savannah landscape.
Loons cry from the shores of Silver Lake and the glow from the stage lights forms a warm, bonfire-like circle as the moon rises overhead…
More about Silverwood OnStage
Silverwood OnStage is poised to become a nationally-recognized arts festival set in a beautiful urban park with the best new talent in the region. It is a neighborly “around the fire” gathering with shared songs and stories, creativity, and cherishing the beauty of Minnesota summers.
All main stage events are free of charge, open to all ages, and commence rain or shine. Creative, art-based exploration of nature opportunities abound: From gallery openings to classes to romantic date nights, Silverwood has something for everyone.
The 2018 schedule for Silverwood OnStage has not been finalized. Check back for more information.
Wednesdays | 6:30 PM
In case of rain, concerts will be moved into the visitor center.
Mingle with artists during receptions of their latest exhibitions. The receptions are free for all ages.
Thursdays | 6–8 PM
June 8 | Unanchored
Works by artists Sarah Kusa and Chad Rutter. Exhibition runs June 8–July 31
June 8 | Land Röskun
Works by artist Lauren Bina. Exhibition runs June 8–July 31.
August 10 | Silverwood Student Show
Works by summer camp participants. Exhibition runs August 10–27.
After a pre-show concert, watch a movie at sunset on a 26-foot-high screen that lights up the park. In partnership with the Minneapolis St. Paul Film Society.
The Eagle Huntress
Wednesday, August 23 | 6:30–9 PM | Free. All ages.
PUPPET ADVENTURES OF NED THE NATURALIST
Follow Ned the Nerdy Naturalist as he stops Trasher the Trash Can from trashing nature. Then create your own art with a take-home activity related to the show. Puppet adventures are free for all ages.
June 11, July 9 and Aug. 13
Sundays | 1–3 PM
GALLERY PROGRAM: GREETINGS FROM MAINE
Explore time and place through technology with local playwright and interdisciplinary artist, Rachel Jendrzejewski. This program is free for all ages.
Thursday, July 20 | 7–8 PM
Enjoy a performance piece by a local artist. Free for all ages.
Friday, July 28 | 7–8 PM
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