The Fourth Wall aims to serve as a coalition providing a safe, community-driven space for performing artists to create, rehearse, collaborate, and spectate in the Twin Cities.
Springboard’s Incubator is a fiscal sponsorship program that provides sponsorship for arts groups and individual artist projects that do not want (or are not ready) to become tax-exempt nonprofit organizations. In other words, we make it possible for groups to receive tax-deductible grants and donations as they grow. In addition, Incubator artists receive support for their fundraising and marketing efforts, legal referrals, and networking support.
Incubator is designed for arts groups and individual artist projects that have a nonprofit purpose and/or are looking at becoming their own tax exempt nonprofit organization. Sponsored projects must be artist-led, fit with the mission of Springboard for the Arts, and be based in or producing work in Minnesota. Learn more about the Incubator program here.
Check out our current Incubator projects below, or use the filters to your left to find more projects!
Native Youth Arts Collective aims to support students in leveraging access to creative resources; build agency, skill, and confidence; and provide opportunities for individual and collaborative creative experiences to express their voice.
Black Market MN aims to focus on amplifying the voices of black creative change makers who use art to solve problems and build community.
Million Artist Movement aims to stand at the nexus of art and politics, using art as an agent to coalesce people, art, and power into change that fosters healing.
Scenius Studio aims to create spaces, both physical and psychological, to awaken culture to its collective genius
Emerging Curators Institute aims to establish and build the individual practices of emerging curators from diverse backgrounds through an in-depth research, professional development, and presentation program.
Playable Artworks aims to activate connections between people and places in order to change participants’ perceptions of our world and communities.
The Roho Collective aims to act as a network for the exchange of knowledge between visual artists of color in the midwest.
Midwest Arts in Healthcare Network aims to integrate the arts into the world of health and healing with a coalition of healthcare providers, artists, and community members.
BridgeArts aims to connect artists and community with resources and opportunities.
The Artists’ Well aims to provide support for people who are committed to making art while facing ongoing health challenges.