Community Arts Access Project

Project Details by Fiscal Year
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$4,000
Fund Source
Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund
Recipient
Lamplighter Community Theatre
Recipient Type
Non-Profit Business/Entity
Status
Completed
Start Date
June 2018
End Date
June 2018
Activity Type
Grants/Contracts
Counties Affected
Wadena
Legal Citation / Subdivision
Laws of Minnesota 2017 Regular Session, chapter 91, article 4, section 2, subdivision 3
Appropriation Language

ACHF Arts Education

2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$4,000
Other Funds Leveraged
$4,000
Direct expenses
$8,000
Proposed Measurable Outcome(s)

30-40 children ages 8-18 will increase their skills in theater, music, and dance/movement performance by participating in this project. 30-40 children ages 8-18 will learn the skills needed and what it is like to be in a Musical Theater Production. 30-40 children ages 8-18 will learn new vocal techniques. Participants will be assessed on their theater skills at the beginning of the camp with auditions for parts in the musical. Students will analyze and assess their own progress throughout the two weeks. They will also be asked to fill out a reflection assessment. They will also be assessed by program directors for growth in the two week camp. These will be tabulated and shared with the artist/teachers and the LCT board.

Source of Additional Funds

Other,local or private

Project Overview

Community Arts Access Project

Project Details

Lamp Camp 2018.

Project Manager
First Name
Sheila
Last Name
Edin
Organization Name
Lamplighter Community Theatre
Street Address
PO Box 234
City
Staples
State
MN
Zip Code
56479
Phone
(218) 894-3576
Email
sedin@clcmn.edu
Competitive Grant Making Body
Board Members and Qualifications

Michael Sander: community theater activist, retired educator; Millie Engisch: visual artist, graphic designer, arts administrator; Sue Johnson: retired music educator, vocalist, community leader; Cathy Hartle: retired nonprofit professional, community development specialist; Dawn Espe: Community development professional, arts consumer, advocate; Allan Lynk: community theater enthusiast, arts consumer, advocate; Fred Rogers: community theatre activist; Lauren Nickisch: retired music teacher, community arts leader; Brigid Fitzgerald: Community Arts Leader; Kim Bollig: Native American artist, community arts leader; Maxine Norman: retired educator, community arts leader; Mark Turner: Five Wings Arts Council Staff with over 25 years' experience in arts administration.

Advisory Group Members and Qualifications

Michael Sander: community theater activist, retired educator; Millie Engisch: visual artist, graphic designer, arts administrator; Sue Johnson: retired music educator, vocalist, community leader; Cathy Hartle: retired nonprofit professional, community development specialist; Dawn Espe: Community development professional, arts consumer and advocate; Allan Lynk: community theater enthusiast, arts consumer and advocate; Fred Rogers: community theatre activist; Lauren Nickisch: retired music teacher, community arts leader; Brigid Fitzgerald: Community Arts Leader; Kim Bollig: Native American artist, community arts leader; Maxine Norman: retired educator, community arts leader; Mark Turner: Five Wings Arts Council Staff with over 25 years' experience in arts administration.

Conflict of Interest Disclosed
No