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Creative Community Development: A Resource Guide for Artist-led Development of Vacant Spaces in Southwest MN

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Check out this new resource for our rural SW MN towns! Creative Community Development: A Resource Guide for Artist-led Development of Vacant Spaces in Southwest MN https://conservancy.umn.edu/handle/11299/214859 You can also read more about the project and the inspiration for it here: https://www.montenews.com/news/20201012/artists-and-community-reactivate-vacant-space-in-granite-falls...
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Updates from AIGA Minnesota

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https://aigaminnesota.org/ Scholarships Open Now for Design Camp® 2020 AIGA Minnesota is excited to announce that they will be awarding attendance scholarships for Design Camp® 2020 to individuals identifying as members of under-represented groups as it relates to race/ethnicity, gender identity, sexual preference, ability status, age, socioeconomic class, and/or veteran status....
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Updates from Forecast Public Art

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A U G U S T  2 0 2 0 2021 Artist Grant Applications are NOW OPEN!Forecast is excited to accept grant applications from Minnesota-based individual early- and mid-career artists looking to advance their work in public art. They seek to fund a diverse group of artists working in all career stages and a range of public...
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New Resources from Americans for the Arts

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On The Web: ArtsU.AmericansForTheArts.org       By E-mail: ArtsU@artsusa.org Welcome to the ArtsU Connection! In this quarterly message you will learn about all of the upcoming events on ArtsU. We hope these webinars will keep you connected and continue to support your work during this time. SUPPORTING INDIVIDUAL ARTISTS Americans for the Arts is pleased...
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Resources: Community-centric Fundraising

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Community-Centric Fundraising is a fundraising model that is grounded in equity and social justice. They prioritize the entire community over individual organizations, foster a sense of belonging and interdependence, present work not as individual transactions but holistically, and encourage mutual support between nonprofits. Find out more here: https://communitycentricfundraising.org/...
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New Dakota Community Artists-in-Residence (CAIR)

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Help us welcome the first three Dakota Community Artists-in-Residence (CAIR)! The Department of Public Transformation (DoPT), Dakota Wicohan, and Racing Magpie have co-designed the Dakota Community Artist-in-Residence (CAIR) program — a pilot project supporting artist-led solutions to community challenges during the COVID-19 crisis. Three Dakota artists have been selected to participate in a two-week...
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Virtual Rural Arts Activism & Anti-Racism Meet-up

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Join the Department of Public Transformation and Springboard for the Arts on Friday, June 17th (1-2:30 pm) for the second Rural Arts Activism & Anti-Racism Meet-up. In June Springboard for the Arts and the Department of Public Transformation hosted the first meet-up on this topic, with an incredible response. Feedback afterwards indicated...
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RuralX JUNE 17 & 18 VIRTUAL CONFERENCE

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Connect with rural shapers like you If you’re passionate about your rural community, RuralX might be for you. They’re trying something new this year, by making RuralX a two-day virtual conference that brings together community leaders and spirited people who think differently about rural. This high-energy opportunity features inspirational speakers,...
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