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Rural Arts & Culture Recovery Network

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Dear Rural Arts and Culture Friends, The world has changed drastically since we gathered for the Rural Arts and Culture Summit last October, and we know many rural artists and arts organizations need support and connection right now. In Minnesota, we are also mourning the death of George Floyd, and...
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Updates & 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 our upcoming events on ArtsU. We hope these webinars will keep you connected and continue to support your work during this time. FEATURED EVENT How Crisis Management Changed Our Internal and...
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Virtual Access on a shoestring FREE Webinar

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Scott Artley, MRAC’s Accessibility Program Director, has adapted the “Access on a Shoestring” workshop to zoom. This is a great workshop for groups that have a limited budget, but want to be more accessible. Online Workshop: (Virtual) Access on a Shoestring Thursday, May 28 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm No...
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How have you adapted the arts during COVID-19?

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Please share stories on how you or other artists and organizations in your community have been creatively modifying and innovating in-person arts-based projects. The examples provided will be incorporated into the toolkit and a new version will be re-uploaded to Forecast’s website. Forecast will automatically email a revised copy of...
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Tooklkit for adapting in-person arts-based activities

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Innovation in the time of COVID-19 Forecast is pleased to release a toolkit with strategies for adapting in-person arts-based activities during the COVID-19 pandemic. They are launching the first iteration of this toolkit now, and will continue to develop it based on open-source input from you and examples of how you are...
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Public Art Window Display Commission Opportunity

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RFQ (request for qualification) for George Latimer St. Paul Central Library Innovation Lab Public Art Window Display Commission Opportunity. To view RFQ please click here. RFQ’s deadline is May 15th   There will be two online information session, if you would like to know more about project and how to apply. Please join!...
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Mini Grants for Public Artists Available Now!

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FORECAST is announcing mini-grants for public artists to create messages of hope during this challenging time. The application is now open for 20 grants of $500 each. Forecast asked artists how they can best help them and their communities NOW. In response, they reallocated $10,000 of their own resources to quickly...
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