IFP Minnesota will provide classes in photography and filmmaking six times per year to residents of the Inpatient Transitional Rehabilitation Program at Courage Center. Students will receive training in digital video and/or photography, and have opportunities to express themselves through these mediums.
Fresh Voices is a digital arts project dedicated to the creation of photographs, videos, and writing pieces that publicly acknowledge and celebrate the voice of Latinos living in the rural community of Crookston, Minnesota.
Indonesian Performing Arts Association of Minnesota AKA Sumunar
2011 Fiscal Year Funding Amount:
Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund
Sumunar and Marion W. Savage Elementary School will collaborate in a two-week residency in Indonesian gamelan music making, with intensive daily instruction for special education classes, introductory sessions for general classrooms, and a concluding performance for parents and the public.
Great Tap for an Even Greater Minnesota will travel to greater Minnesota providing free tap dance education and low cost performance to communities underserved regarding arts performance/educational opportunities, fitting into its mission to "expand the boundaries of American tap dance."
In summer/fall 2010, Kulture Klub Collaborative will bring Brooklyn-based multi-media artist Oliver Herring and Minnesota film/video artist Brennan Vance together with Twin Cities' youth experiencing homelessness through an intensive workshop of digital video, autobiographical and screenwriting, and public art intervention.
Childish Films @ the Library is an innovative series of professionally curated classic, independent, and new world cinema for ages three and up. Free and open to the public, films are paired with hands-on arts activities for young children.
To support outreach efforts to the youth of North Minneapolis who are underserved and underrepresented and provide access to arts education and performance opportunities by eliminating perceived or real barriers to the arts.
MacPhail Center for Music requests $75,000 to develop and expand its Inclusive Partnership Initiative to four community partnerships (from 54 to 58) in the Twin Cities and greater Minnesota reaching 850 additional students and recruiting five new teaching artists rooted in arts-based community-building.