The Mama Project aims to develop a celebration and exploration of motherhood in stories and movement. Moms meet monthly to share memories and experiences with an eye toward building community and support for all. The culmination will be a performance inspired and informed by these gatherings.
Archives on Screens, Twin Cities aims to bring rare, unseen archival films from around the globe to movie screens in the Twin Cities.
Spiral Theater aims to produce seriously silly shows that celebrate our most absurd selves, the wild possibilities of language, and the creative spirit of audiences and artists.
High on Life Healing Music Festival aims to produce a music festival that addresses mental health issues openly and promotes conversations about mental well- being, breaking down the stigma surrounding mental health in the city.
Leslie Parker Dance Project aims to move Black culture(s) into the future using dance-art.
Apsara the musical aims to empower, promote and preserve the Khmer/Cambodian culture.
Breast Cancer Superhero Portrait Project aims to celebrate and inspire the heroic nature of individuals affected by breast cancer through the creation of large scale portraits of selected breast cancer heroes, public exhibitions, community celebrations, and interactives.
Activate Grand Avenue aims to use creative arts related interventions to activate and enhance community engagement on Grand Avenue in Saint Paul.
House of Song aims to bring the very best art-song and ballads to retirement communities and veterans’ facilities in Minnesota.
Rachel Perlmeter Productions aims to produce, workshop, and develop an audience for the writings of the late playwright and interdisciplinary artist Rachel Perlmeter and to continue her legacy.
Dance Projects by ME aims to cultivate space for dance projects inspired by diverse styles and community exchange. They strive to create dance accessibility through choreography, education, and performance.
Aya Collective aims to to cultivate Black women writers who understand that our experience, expertise, and way of knowing is enough to educate others. They do this by centering their spirituality and cultural selves, as well as by being in community.
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.
La.dy.like aims to collaborate with and give a platform to femme-identifying artists and creatives within the Twin Cities and beyond. This is achieved through exhibition and curatorial opportunities, educational workshops, artist talks, and by bringing together visiting arts professionals who share a similar mission to engage with the Twin Cities community.
All Things Possible Theatrical and Arts Group aims to use the Arts as a platform to educate, inspire, and promote healing within the BIPOC community and abroad.
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.
PAPA projects aims to contribute meaningful and dynamic dialogue for visual artists by providing exhibition space, mentorship, and resources to artists. Within this conversation, they hope to foster a space that builds community relationships between visual artists, local cultural leaders, curators, and their various audiences.
Emily Michaels King Projects aims to create embodied performances that explore self-discovery and reclamation, womanhood, and bold, or supremely delicate, expressions of personal truth.
CultureWIN aims to strengthen youth’s creative potential in the arts to foster positive attitutdes and build healthier communities.