Arts Access Grant
ACHF Arts Access ACHF Arts Education ACHF Cultural Heritage
As a result of this program our actors will learn various acting and production skills which they will use to present a good show. These students learn new skills and broaden their knowledge of the theatre. As a result of this program our community sees what can be accomplished by our youth in theatre and the skills they have learned. The community members are able to attend and enjoy a quality theatre production. We will do a survey of all participating actors, asking them to indicate the acting and production skills they have learned as well as knowledge of theatre. We will ask audience members to do a brief survey, asking them to share skills they have seen the actors using and the level of their enjoyment of the performance.
We met our goals of providing artistic opportunities for our youth and providing a theatre experience for our community.The actors learned several acting skills and the community was very appreciative of the performance.We did a survey of the participants, asking about the skills they learned.We asked the audience members to complete a short survey.Surveys and results are shared in the upload. The results showed the actors learned several skills and the audience loved the performance.
Other,local or private
Arts Access Grant
Clearbrook-Gonvick Community Education was awarded $1,189 to bring Prairie Fire Children's Theater to direct the play Tom Sawyer, for local performers from age seven to adult, as part of their Summer Recreation program.
Sandra Roman: retired art teacher, author; Laura Grisamore: photographer; Jill Johnson: author; Mary Therese: visual artist, fiber artist; Susan Olin: musician; Laura Dropps: visual artist; Becky Colebank: author; Corryn Trask: musician.
Sandra Roman: retired art teacher, author; Laura Grisamore: photographer; Jill Johnson: author; Mary Therese: visual artist, fiber artist; Susan Olin: musician; Becky Colebank: author; Corryn Trask: musician.