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Job positions at GiveMN

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For each of these positions, GiveMN has worked to describe exactly what they’re looking for and who might excel in these roles. You can learn more about that, along with position descriptions and more on benefits and the application process, on the GiveMN Jobs page. LEARN MORE ABOUT OPEN POSITIONS Business Systems...
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Big Stone Arty Party

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with Lee's Sing-a-long!

JOIN US for an “Arty Party” in Big Stone County: Friday, October 15 from 7 to 8:30 pm! **Big news on a venue change for our Arty Party in Big Stone on October 15th! 2nd Street Café and Coffeehouse will be the new location, on main street in Ortonville.** YOU...
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SMAC Introduces new Arts Ambassador

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Lisa Bergh as the arts ambassador for SMAC's North region

SMAC Introduces new Arts Ambassador Please help us welcome Lisa Bergh as SMAC’s new Arts Ambassador for our North region, which covers the counties of: Big Stone, Swift, Lac qui Parle, Chippewa, Kandiyohi, and Meeker! SMAC Arts Ambassadors are a new initiative to build relationships, connections and networks with groups and...
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Teens invited to collaborate with the Walker Art Center!

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Be a part of Prairie Teen Arts Council

In January 2022 The Walker Art Center will be piloting the Prairie Teen Arts Council (PTAC). PTAC will offer a group of ten teens (10th grade through 12th grade students) from Southwest Minnesota a chance to collaborate with Walker staff, explore the inner workings of the museum, conduct original research and plan events. The group will...
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AIGA Design Point of View: design point of view research initiative

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AIGA Design Point of View: Creative Communities, Lifelong Learning, and Design for Positive Impact AIGA recently released the final installment of its 2021 AIGA Design Point of View (POV) Research Initiative: Creative Communities, Lifelong Learning, and Design for Positive Impact. This installment highlights issues of diversity and designers’ need for continued learning, as well...
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American for the Arts; Arts Marketing Connection

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virtual National Arts Marketing Project Conference Dec 7-8, 2021

Many arts and culture organizations have been shifting and changing how they deliver content, engage communities, and invite audiences to participate. The virtual National Arts Marketing Project Conference addresses these changes by bundling fresh concepts to inspire and set the groundwork for arts and culture organizations to adapt, survive, and...
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MN Council of Nonprofits Annual Conference

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Reimagine Non-profits

How are you operationalizing change at your nonprofit? H. Adam Harris has the inspiration you need to turn your nonprofit’s hope into tangible action. Preview their keynote speech at the upcoming 2021 MCN Annual Conference: Reimagine Nonprofits. Reimagine Nonprofits: MCN’s 2021 Annual Conference 4 virtual half-days: October 14, 15, 28, 29 Why...
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Community Barn Quilts in Willmar

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Barn Theatre Art Gallery-Nancy Geiger Event Center 321 4th St SW, Willmar. Through Sept 26 the Community Barn Quilts will be on display on the main floor. This exhibit will then be on permanent display at the upper mezzanine by the Willmar Area Arts Council office ongoing forward. This project...
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Marshall Community Foundation Grants open for non-profits

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Good Morning!  The Marshall Community Foundation (MCF) is pleased to announce that their fall grant cycle has begun. They are accepting applications from Marshall non-profits to support the great work they do in the community.  View Grant Guidelines The application process has now changed, and the entire application must be...
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