Operating Support

Project Details by Fiscal Year
2017 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$335,194
Fund Source
Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund
Recipient
MacPhail Center for Music
Recipient Type
Non-Profit Business/Entity
Status
Completed
Start Date
July 2016
End Date
June 2017
Activity Type
Grants/Contracts
Counties Affected
Anoka
Becker
Beltrami
Blue Earth
Brown
Carver
Chippewa
Chisago
Cook
Cottonwood
Crow Wing
Dakota
Douglas
Fillmore
Freeborn
Goodhue
Grant
Hennepin
Hubbard
Isanti
Itasca
Kanabec
Kandiyohi
Lac qui Parle
Lake
Le Sueur
McLeod
Meeker
Mille Lacs
Mower
Nicollet
Olmsted
Otter Tail
Pennington
Pine
Pipestone
Pope
Ramsey
Renville
Rice
Scott
Sherburne
Sibley
Stearns
Steele
St. Louis
Swift
Wabasha
Waseca
Washington
Wright
Yellow Medicine
Legal Citation / Subdivision
Laws of Minnesota 2015 Special Session, chapter 2, article 4, section 2, subdivision 3
Appropriation Language

ACHF Arts Access

2017 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$335,194
Other Funds Leveraged
$10,562,525
Direct expenses
$10,897,719
Administration costs
$38,000
Number of full time equivalents funded
0.50
Proposed Measurable Outcome(s)

Realize growth in enrollment, access sites and financial assistance in response to increased demand for services and greater awareness in the community of the role of MacPhail. MacPhail will enroll 15,660 in fiscal year 2017 with expanded classes for seniors, online learning opportunities and new programming in Austin, Minnesota. Fifty percent will identify as racially/ethnically diverse. 2: Deliver and ensure quality across all program areas as MacPhail expands its service area to include new access sites, partnership sites and live online instruction sites. A minimum of 97% of MacPhail students responding to an annual survey would or have already recommended MacPhail to friends.

Measurable Outcome(s)

MacPhail is realizing growing enrollment, access sites and financial aid, bringing music learning to Minnesotans of all ages, incomes and abilities. MacPhail is on track to enroll 15,660 through expanded classes, online learning and new programming in Austin. A demographic survey is currently underway. 2: Minnesotans of all ages, incomes and abilities are receiving high quality music learning opportunities as MacPhail continues to expand its reach. An annual student satisfaction survey is currently underway.

Description of Funds
Source of Additional Funds

Other, local or private

Recipient Board Members
Rahoul Ghose, Patty Murphy, Hudie Broughton, Ellen Breyer, Thomas Abood, Jane Alexander, Barry Berg, Margee Bracken, Roma Calatayud-Stocks, Michael Casey, Kate Cimino, Tom Clark, Joaquin Delgado, Andrew Eklund, Leslie Frecon, Joseph Hinderer, Karen Kelley-Ariwoola, Warren Kelly, Robert Lawson, Diana Lewis, David Myers, Christopher Perrigo, Connie Remele, John Righini, Lica Tomizuka-Sanborn, Jill Schurtz, Christopher Simpson, Hilary Smedsrud, Peter Spokes, Jevetta Steele, Kiran Stordalen, Mandy Tuong, Marshall Tokheim, Carl Walker, Steven Wells, Kate Whittington
Project Overview
Operating Support
Project Details
General operating support
Project Manager
First Name
Jenelle
Last Name
Montoya
Organization Name
MacPhail Center for Music
Street Address
501 2nd St S
City
Minneapolis
State
MN
Zip Code
55401-2383
Phone
(612) 321-0100
Email
montoya.jenelle@macphail.org
Competitive Grant Making Body
Board Members and Qualifications
Ardell Brede: Mayor of Rochester, elected 2002.; Peggy Burnet: Businesswoman, art collector, and community volunteer. Member of the Smithsonian National Board. Former chair of the board, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Officer at Large, Minnesota State Arts Board.; Uri Camarena: Business consultant, Metropolitan Economic Development Association. Board chair, Minneapolis College of Art and Design.; Michael Charron: Dean of the School of the Arts, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. Vice Chair, Minnesota State Arts Board.; Rebecca Davis-Lee: Touring pianist, piano and music theory teacher. Vice Chair, Minnesota State Arts Board.; Sean Dowse, Former executive director, Sheldon Theatre. Board member for Minnesota Citizens for the Arts. Secretary/Treasurer, Minnesota State Arts Board.; David Glenn: Ceramic artist. former executive director of the Minnesota Project.; Thomas Moss: Consultant to nonprofits and government agencies. Chair, Minnesota State Arts Board; Janice Sivertson: Gallery owner and visual artist; Dobson West: Senior advisor, Spell Capital Partners Fund; Christina Widdess: Arts organization consultant; former managing director, Penumbra Theatre
Advisory Group Members and Qualifications
Ardell Brede: Mayor of Rochester, elected 2002.; Peggy Burnet: Businesswoman, art collector, and community volunteer. Chair of the Nominating Committee, Smithsonian National Board. Trustee, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Officer at Large, Minnesota State Arts Board.; Uri Camarena: Business consultant, Metropolitan Economic Development Association; art gallery owner; Michael Charron: Dean of the School of the Arts, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. Vice Chair, Minnesota State Arts Board.; Rebecca Davis-Lee: Touring pianist, piano and music theory teacher. Vice Chair, Minnesota State Arts Board.; Sean Dowse, Former executive director, Sheldon Theatre. Board member for Minnesota Music Coalition, Minnesota Citizens for the Arts, and Anderson Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, Secretary/Treasurer, Minnesota State Arts Board.; David Glenn: Executive director of the Minnesota Project, ceramic artist; Thomas Moss: Consultant to nonprofits and government agencies; Chair, Minnesota State Arts Board; Janice Sivertson: Gallery owner and visual artist; Dobson West: Senior advisor, Spell Capital Partners Fund; Christina Widdess: Arts organization consultant; former managing director, Penumbra Theatre
Conflict of Interest Disclosed
No