by Jeremy Griffith
Performers, artists, musicians and craftsmen gathered at historic Swede Hollow Park in St. Paul Saturday to show their stuff. Onlookers came to circulate amongst the performers to listen and to see what the craftsmen had for sale.
This year’s lineup included the Mariachi Estrella, a premier Latin and Spanish musical group, Aztec performers from the Kalpulli Yaocentoxtli Mexican/Aztec Dance and Drum Group, and a children’s group from Mounds Park American Indian Magnet School, amongst others. For a full list see the website at Artinthehollow.org.
St. Paul, (June 2, 2012) Harpist uses Swede tunnel as a megaphone to capture the attention of passersby during the 2012 Art in the Hollow event. Artists and musicians gathered to show off their talents Saturday. - photo by Jeremy Griffith
St. Paul, (June 2, 2012) Children are encouraged to draw what they see at Art in the Hollow Event Saturday. Performers, artists and musicans gathered at the Swede Hollow Park to participate in a day long event. - photo by Jeremy Griffith
St. Paul, (June 2, 2012) Kalpulli Yaocenoxtli Traditional Aztec Dancers demonstrate at Swede Hollow Park during Art in the Hollow Day. The dancers were part of a number of artists and musicians who participated in day long event. - photo by Jeremy Griffith
St. Paul, (June 2, 2012) Mariachi Estrella band plays Latin, Mexican Regional and Spanish Pop music at Art in the Hollow day at Swede Park Saturday. Performers, dancers and artists participated in a daylong event. -photo by Jeremy Griffith
St. Paul, (June 2,2012) Artists capture the scene at Art in the Hollow event at historic Swede Hollow Park Saturday. - photo by Jeremy Griffith