The Qalanjo Project The Qalanjo Project aims to work towards advancing cultural interfaces in the Somali community through collaborative creative practices and community- engaged learning processes that lead to advancements in the arts and education.
Playable Art Works aims to activate connections between people and places in order to change participants’ perceptions of our world and communities.
Cardboard Cares aims to provide visual art classes to anyone in our area regardless of their income.
Catalyst Arts aims to build understanding among people by catalyzing and inspiring artists to make changes in their lives and communities.
Art from the Inside aims to empower incarcerated artists to experience personal transformation and restoration. We believe art provides the space to imagine new ways of being and to recognize our personal and collective power to change.
Artists Collective for Community Collaborations (AC3) aims to blend art, fun, and activism to support Native American healing and identity, bridge racial and cultural divides, and mobilize communities for greater social and environmental justice.
Operation Black Joy aims to support Black Joy and creating Black space through direct and indirect action, including service events, random acts of kindness, pro-Black partnerships, making Black content, and free or sponsored arts education.
Creative Counsel aims to use the power of art and social investment to deepen and transform relationships through play.
Swede Hollow Arts Refuge aims to provide youth with access to music and art programs thereby attaining higher levels of academic achievement, success in life and a greater feeling of connection to the community.
Incorporating the Collaborative aims to establish an organization that provides health and wellness-focused personal and professional development and community engagement for disconnected Black, Indigenous, People of Color, and/or those at risk, that are aspiring/emerging artists, creatives, and social entrepreneurs.
Black Rainbow Collective aims to bring together an ensemble of queer BIPoC artists, in tandem with trans queer and Black mental health practitioners, to support the spiritual and social-emotional healing of BIPoC and trans queer teenagers experiencing suicidal ideation and self-harm who don’t have access to the arts.
Eye of the Heart Center aims to: Welcome creative seekers to explore contemplative paths rooted in the lineages of our ancestors, be they Eastern, Western, or Indigenous; Nurture spiritual formation, offering creative practices, curated experiences, resources, and community-building opportunities; Connect participants to their inner lives, to one another, to our earth, and to our creative source; Build meaningful community.
RARE Productions aims to unite communities and families in healing relationships and bridge cultural gaps via the vast mediums of art.
Black Market MN aims to focus on amplifying the voices of black creaive change makers who use art to solve problems and build community.
Build aims to build the social solidarity economy through collective art action.
Green-line Mascot Project aims to create and develop awareness for downtown St. Paul businesses and attractions that can be accessed by the Green Line Light Rail.
A 20/20 Life aims to provide a 20/20 Theater experience to people who do not have 20/20 vision.
Black Women Speak aims to give voice and create community amongst Black Women intergenerationally; through the arts, wellness and education; they will heal, find joy and move toward liberation on their own terms.
MOVO SPACE aims to serve as a creative incubation space in the Twin Cities. They offer affordable space to local performing and visual artists to create and present their work on a short or long-term basis.
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.