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MN Council of Nonprofits 2021 Greater Minnesota Session Lineup with the Governor’s Office

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As the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits continue to advocate for the sector, consider joining them for their 2021 Greater Minnesota Session Lineup, where nonprofits will get the opportunity to connect and hear directly from the Governor’s office, and legislative caucus leaders as they share their priorities for the upcoming session.   First-ever Greater Minnesota...
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MN Council of Nonprofits Great MN Grantmakers

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Greater MN Grantsmakers 2021 January 12, 10 a.m.- 1:30 p.m., Virtual, Register Grant funding has become an even more crucial resource for nonprofits as the economic and operational challenges of COVID-19 deepen their impacts. Minnesota Council of Nonprofits invites you to Minnesota Grantmakers 2021, formerly known as Minnesota Foundations, an annual exploration...
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Creative Writing Fellowships from the NEA

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National Endowment for the Arts: Creative Writing Fellowships The National Endowment for the Arts Literature Fellowships program offers $25,000 grants in prose (fiction and creative nonfiction) and poetry to published creative writers that enable recipients to set aside time for writing, research, travel, and general career advancement. Applications are reviewed through an anonymous process...
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Hutchinson Center for the Arts Invites Artworks for Annual Community Showcase

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Open to all makers 17 and older residing in the SW Minnesota Arts Council region

We Are What We Make: Annual Community Showcase February 2 – February 26 The 4th Annual Community Showcase is designed to bring together our entire creative community. It is open to all makers 17 and older residing in the SW Minnesota Arts Council region. If you craft, paint, sew, compose,...
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Next in the SMAC Gallery: Dakota Community Artist-in-Residence

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Join SMAC on Thursday, January 14th starting at 5:30 pm for a virtual artist reception and talk with the Dakota CAIR artists!

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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Minnesota Citizens for the Arts Director to retire

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Sheila Smith steps down from statewide arts advocacy group after 25 years of leadership

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MINNESOTA CITIZENS FOR THE ARTS DIRECTOR TO RETIRE Sheila Smith steps down from statewide arts advocacy group after 25 years of leadership MINNEAPOLIS — December 29, 2020 — Sheila Smith, executive director of Minnesota Citizens for the Arts (MCA), announces her retirement from the organization, after 25 years. She will...
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COVID Relief for Nonprofit Arts

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Contact Your County Commissioner Now About State Grant Support for Arts Nonprofits!

GREAT NEWS: **COVID RELIEF FOR NONPROFIT ARTS** PASSED AT THE STATE LEVEL Contact Your County Commissioner Now About State Grant Support for Arts Nonprofits! MINNESOTA STATE SUPPORT FOR ARTS NONPROFITS Through the work of MCA lobbyist Larry Redmond, the Covid relief bill passed last week by the state legislature and signed by the...
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Informational Session on Granite Falls City Artist-in-Residence Program

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Learn the steps & processes to start thinking about bringing a City Artist-in-Residence (CAIR) program to your town!

SMAC invites you to attend a virtual informational session for artists, arts organizations, and city government on Granite Fall’s first City Artist-in-Residence Program! Design done by Marlena Myles. You can find out more: https://marlenamyl.es/ WHAT: Meet the artist and facilitators, hear what they’ve been up to, and learn the steps &...
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50 Books 50 Covers Call for Entries

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Calling all book designers & bibliophiles!  AIGA is now accepting entries for 50 Books | 50 Covers of 2020. This time-honored competition aims to identify the 50 best-designed books and book covers—print or electronic—published between January 1 and December 31, 2020. Get the information you need to enter early, including...
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