Arts Project Support
Arts Project Support
Parent-Teacher-Child Training Project
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
Abby Frank Taylor: General Administration, Artistic, Organizational Development/Planning; Alneida Madrigal: Youth Programming, Organizational Development, General Administration; Emma Marlar: Artistic, Technical Production, Education; Hannah Smith: Community Service / Development, Equity (DEI) Specialist, Organizational Development; Keliyah Perkins: Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, General Management/ Administration/ Support, Program Development; Loren Niemi: General Management / Administration, Artistic, Organizational Development / Planning.
ACHF Arts Access
We will reach 22 East African-American families through St David's Canter. We will equip St David's teacher with tools to use creativity to work with their students. We will successfully reach a population that has little opportunity for theatrical activity, introducing them to the curriculum and showing through evaluation that at least 50 % of their families found value in the experience. Midterm surveys from parents and teachers, review of handout materials, scheduled times of reflection with staff and a follow-up meeting that reviews needed adjustments are important parts of weighing the ongoing viability (and improvement) of the program.
Other,local or private