Work with an established writer who will help nurture her voice, strengthen her manuscript, and educate her on the business of writing. In addition she will host a reading and discussion with other writers.
To develop a new body of artwork that can be exhibited locally, nationally, and internationally. To find venues for that artwork, and construct a Website that accurately promotes his artistic progress.
The ScrapMobile, a portable art car (van) and art program of ArtStart's ArtScraps Materials Reuse Center, seeks funding to provide free summer arts programming instructed by ArtStart roster artists in parks, housing developments, and recreation centers for underserved youth/families in collaboration with Saint Paul Park and Recreation's Roving Rec program and the St Paul Public Library Bookmobile.
Professional theater artists will work for and with the West Side neighborhood of St. Paul to create a community-engaged theater production in which community stories inspire the script and score, and professional and community actors share the stage.
Great Tap for an Even Greater Minnesota will travel to greater Minnesota providing free tap dance education and low cost performance to communities underserved regarding arts performance/educational opportunities, fitting into its mission to "expand the boundaries of American tap dance."
The Ordway will increase access for senior citizens with limited income and/or transportation challenges to attend “Guys and Dolls” and contribute stories of the time period through workshops with artists.
Funding for Ashland Collaborative Theater or ACT!, a collaborative theater arts experience for elementary-aged youth and culminating in four staged performances at the Maplewood Performing Arts Theatre in January through March.
Funding for their 5th Annual Fall Concert featuring original choreography accompanied by Beethoven’s 6th Symphony and Handel’s Messiah. Performances will take place at the Fitzgerald Theater in October 2010.
Funding for Calliope’s Song, a program to increase members’ repertoire of songs that includes workshops, rehearsals, and community outreach performances. Activities will take place between October 2011 and May 2012.
Funding for the 2011 – 2012 Visiting Artist Series comprised of the Visiting Master Artists’ Weekend in October 2011 and the Minnesota Irish Musicians’ Weekend in June 2012. Events will be held at Celtic Junction in St. Paul.
Funding for China the Beautiful (part 1), the 2011 Chinese New Year show showcasing the many styles and uses of Chinese dances. Performances will take place at O'Shaughnessy Auditorium in January 2011.