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Interactive Art Murals in Jackson, MN

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View pdf of press release by clicking here The Jackson Center for the Arts, in collaboration with several Jackson area organizations, is pleased to announce the dedication of the first of four Interactive Art Murals in Jackson, MN.  This three panel mural is located on the north side of the...
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Third Thursday Artist Talk with Dan Wahl

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Our monthly conversation for individuals will be on Thursday, April 15th at 5:30 pm. Network, share, receive advice, find inspiration, and more through connecting with other area artists. We’d love to “see” you there! If you would like to join, please email info@swmnarts.org for the Zoom link! Our guest artist...
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Public Art Opportunity: City of Lakeville

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The Lakeville Area Arts Center (LAAC) is soliciting qualifications from interested artists to commission a sculpture to be installed as part of the Art Walk on the grounds of LAAC, located at 20965 Holyoke Avenue, Lakeville MN 55044.  RFQ applications are due on March 31, 2021, by 2:00 PM.  Up...
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“Get to Know Granite Falls: Then & Now” Calls Artists

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE “Get to Know Granite Falls: Then & Now” Calls Artists Call Closes March 31, 2021 View pdf with more details by clicking here GRANITE FALLS, MN – The Granite Area Arts Council (GAAC) and Granite Falls Economic Development Authority (EDA) are calling for visual artists to help the...
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Handbook for Artists Working in Community

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Are you an artist working within the community, or do would you like to be? Springboard for the Arts has created a handbook for you! There’s a lot of useful and rich exercises for you as an artist and also exercises to facilitate conversations with the communities you want to...
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Little Theatre Open Mic Artist Call

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Do you have songs to share? Stories to tell? Poems to read? This winter the New London Little Theatre is livestreaming monthly open mics! This is a new program for artists of all sorts. February 12, March 12, April 9. Get in on the ground floor and email Bethany  at nllittletheatre@gmail.com if...
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Next in the SMAC Gallery: Dakota Community Artist-in-Residence

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Next in the Gallery: DAKOTA COMMUNITY ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE (CAIR) Supporting Artist-Led Solutions to COVID-19 Related Challenges   The Department of Public Transformation (DoPT), Dakota Wicohan, and Racing Magpie collaborated to co-design the Dakota Community Artist-in-Residence (CAIR) program — a pilot project supporting artist-led solutions to community challenges impacting the Upper and Lower Sioux Communities during the COVID-19 crisis....
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