Weaving the traditions of Dance, Music, Art & Language

Celtic Junction Arts Center

Best Cultural Center in North America –IrishCentral, 2018

836 Prior Avenue, St. Paul, MN, 55104

A 501(c)(3) organization


Introduction to Drawing Celtic Mythology, May 17-June 7

Learn how the haunting and magical gods, goddesses, heroes, magicians, and landscapes of the Celtic realms can be given creative expression and re-interpretation in a class for beginners and enthusiasts at all levels. The principles of formal composition and color theory will be applied to this inspirational mythic and iconic imagery.

Leslie Rich: My History Of The North, June 1


Leslie Rich is a singer-songwriter from Belfast, Northern Ireland. He has been the principle songwriter for Celtic bands, A Little Of The Ready and Hounds Of Finn and currently fronts the rock band, Leslie Rich & The Rocket Soul Choir. Leslie will share  the stories, images, songs and poetry that created HIS history of the North.

Family Constellations Introduction, June 4

Following up on the talk given on Family Constellations and Healing Immigration Trauma given during Irish Arts week, we are offering a more in depth introduction to this powerful process.

Self-portraits in Poetry: Creative Writing Workshop, June 9 &16

Students will explore self-expression through sensory and figurative language in multiple poetic forms, including persona poetry, section poems, and narrative poetry. We will examine the work of W.B. Yeats and other contemporary poets. In this course, poetry is approached as a playful experiment. All skill levels are welcome; if you’re having fun, then you’re doing it right!

Oral History Project Launch Party, June 16

The Eoin McKiernan Library is celebrating the completion of an oral history project with a concert and exhibition of photos at the Celtic Junction. The concert will feature performances and stories from musicians interviewed for the project including Marty McHugh, Tom Dahill, Ann and Charlie Heymann, Laura MacKenzie, John McCormick, Pete Tritz and Dáithí Sproule.



The Celtic Junction is a Twin Cities-based arts and cultural center that provides a central gathering place to educate our audiences and preserve, promote and celebrate the Celtic cultural legacy for the benefit of all ages and future generations. 
Celtic Junction Arts Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and an all ages venue located in the Creative Enterprise Zone.

For questions about events write: concerts@thecelticjunction.com