Looking for a chance to create some art? Teaching Artist and NWMAC Showcase and Training Specialist Trey Everett will be leading a Zoom workshop to inspire and guide you in creating a 12 x 12 canvas with the theme of Black Lives Matter. This canvas will then be included in the Black Lives Matter exhibit at NCTC in Thief River Falls.
When: Saturday, December 12 10:30 to noon.
Don’t consider yourself to be an artist? No problem! This is open for anyone who interested. No experience or skill needed! We can provide you with a canvas, too. You will be responsible for other art supplies used, like paint, pencil, collage, etc.
Can’t make it during this time? This zoom class will be taped and available for anyone to watch at a later time. Artwork for the exhibit will need to be done by January 4 so there’s plenty of time to complete it! Email Trey to request a canvas and to RSVP! We will also be accepting other art and art forms for this exhibit. Reach out to Trey with any questions! email@example.com or 218-280-4917.
Are you interested in reserving assistance from our digital consultant for your specific digital needs? You may be able to receive a scholarship for active arts businesses. You must watch the first 2 webinars (links below) to be eligible. Let us know by Thursday, Dec 3 if you are interested in a scholarship worth $1,000 of consulting one-on-one work. We have never provided this opportunity before.
In case you missed it, here’s the link for Webinar#1
The deadline to apply is 5pm Central, Friday, December 4. The Fund supplies $500 to artists living in Minnesota with catastrophic, career-threatening emergencies such as income loss from cancellations, closures, and postponements in the COVID-19 pandemic, medical emergency, theft, or natural disaster. After the application window closes and eligibility is verified, applications will be placed into pools for random selection through a random lottery process. Applicants must meet these eligibility requirements:
Must be an artist, culture bearer, or creative worker based in Minnesota.
Must not have received Emergency Relief Funding from Springboard for the Arts after March 13, 2020.
Must meet one of the following criteria as a member of a priority population: 1) Artists who identify as Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC), and/or Native, 2) Artists from Greater MN (live outside the 7-county, Twin Cities metro area), 3) LGBTQIA+ artists, or 4) Artists from the disability community, including those who are immuno-compromised
Funding for this round of the Emergency Relief Fund comes from individual donors, anonymous support, Team Lori & Julia for MyTalk 107.1 Project Down and Dirty, including sponsors David at First Equity and Aquarius Home Services, and the City of Saint Paul.
It’s that time again for Minnesota’s Giving Holiday. The Northwest Minnesota Arts Council is raising money though Give to the Max Day. GiveMN links donors with organizations that are working to make Minnesota a better place. Its online giving website, GiveMN.org, enables charitable giving any time and any place, allowing people to donate with ease and enthusiasm. GiveMN brings innovation, energy and fresh ideas to Minnesota generosity.
GiveMN is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Visit GiveMN.org today to support the Northwest Minnesota Arts Council here.