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In the SMAC Gallery: Wičáŋȟpi Iyótaŋ Wiŋ (Autumn Cavender)

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May 12th through June 17th, 2022

Wowicakekage: Dakota Art Encoded Wičáŋȟpi Iyótaŋ Wiŋ (Autumn Cavender) of Granite Falls will be exhibiting in the Southwest Minnesota Arts Council gallery May 12th through June 17th, 2022. Join us for an in-person reception in Marshall on Thursday June 2nd from 5-7 pm, and/or a Virtual Reception on Wednesday, June...
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Minnesota Access Alliance Accessible Arts & Culture Calendar for May/June 2022

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Accessible Arts & Culture Events! Updated 4-28-22 The Minnesota Access Alliance (MNAA) provides this Accessible Arts & Culture Calendar for patrons who use accessibility accommodations such as Audio Description, Captioning, ASL interpreting and sensory-friendly accommodations. Details of these accessible events in Minnesota are online at https://calendar.mnaccess.org. Be sure to check the...
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SMAC Lincoln County Arty Party!

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Friday, May 6th, 7-8:30 pm, 2022

Our SMAC Arty Party for Lincoln County will take place in Tyler at the Danebod Gymnasium from 7-8:30 pm on May 6th, the first evening of our Artist Retreat as part of our festivities! The Arty Party will be a free event open to all. Enjoy performances from the “Lake...
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Minnesota Humanities Center: Cultural Heritage Grants Now Open

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Applications Due May 31, 2022

Minnesota Humanities Center View the pdf call Up to $75,000 for projects that create, celebrate, and teach the art, culture, and heritage of diverse Minnesota communities. Individuals and nonprofit organizations in Minnesota: • Asian and Pacific Island communities • Somali diaspora and other African immigrant communities • Indigenous communities with...
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Minnesota Humanities Center Seeks Panelists

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for Cultural Heritage Grants

Cultural Heritage Grants: Call for Panelists View the pdf call The Minnesota Humanities Center is seeking Minnesota-based grant reviewers who understand the depth and breadth of the lived experiences of the legislatively named cultural groups and individuals (Asian and Pacific Island communities, Somali diaspora and other African immigrant communities, Indigenous...
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Applications Open: Seeding Cultural Treasures

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Applications are due on May 20, 2022

Seeding Cultural Treasures: Apply Today Propel Nonprofits is thrilled to announce that the Seeding Cultural Treasures application form is now available at their website: propelnonprofits.org/capacity-building/seeding-cultural-treasures/. Applications are due on May 20, 2022. Seeding Cultural Treasures is an initiative to nourish the landscape of arts and culture organizations run by and for Black, Indigenous, and...
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