Arts Project Support
Arts Project Support
Music and Arts in the Park Series
Lynne Bertalmio: Retired Director Stillwater Public Library; Cristeta Boarini: 826 MSP Program Director; Craig Dunn: Arts Accessibility Consultant; Tricia Heuring: Public Functionary Executive Director; Alejandra Iannone: Sparkle Theatricals Creative Co-Director; Wu Chen Khoo: Technical Tools of the Trade Stage Technical Designer and Director; Wendy Lane: Retired Human Resources Professional; Alejandra Pelinka: City of Bloomington Director of Creative Placemaking; Tommy Sar: Ordway Center for the Performing Arts Coordinator of Community Programs; Lue Vang: McKnight Foundation Accountant; Donna Saul Millen: TPT-Twin Cities PBS Events Director; Christal Moose: Native Pride Productions Inc Manager; Adaobi Okolue: Twin Cities Media Alliance Executive Director; Andrea Sjogren: Hopkins Community Education Adult and Youth Programs Coordinator; Deanna StandingCloud: New Native Theatre; Sara Wilson: Gislason and Hunter LLP Attorney; Robyn Cline: City of Savage Economic Development Commissioner
Alice Kim: General Management/ Administration/ Support, Marketing/Audience Development, Fundraising; Jeff Ambroz: Artistic, Fundraising, General Administration; Kajsa Jones: Fundraising, Artistic, Education; Kathy Mattson, Organizational Development / Planning, Volunteerism, Fundraising; Larry Weinberg: Artistic, Community Education, Youth Programming; Lydia Four Horns: Artistic, Community Education, Youth Programming; Rachel Bender: Community Education, General Administration, Education; Scott Swanson: General Management / Administration, Artistic, Finance / Audit.
Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, Kathy Mouacheupao (651) 645-0402
ACHF Arts Access
90% of the young families with children attending the series indicated this was their first exposure to the Music and Arts in the Park Program. Of those youth who attended the added youth activities, surveys showed that 80% of the respondents developed a new art-form skill. The committee will do a weekly survey of our performers and audience members which will ask for sex, age, nationality, any disability, and what they took away from today's performance. We will be able to use this data to better meet the needs of our underserved population in the future. We will also keep accurate counts of the number of people in the audience and the number of youth participating in the extra activities.
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