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MSAB Cultural Community Partnership Webinar 06.25.2014

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Minnesota State Arts Board

Ensuring all Minnesotans have the opportunity to participate in the Arts
06.25.2014–Cultural Community Partnership Webinar  
The Minnesota State Arts Board is offering a free one-hour Webinar to help applicants prepare to apply for the Cultural Community Partnership grant program. This session will be particularly helpful for first-time applicants.
Program officer Kathee Foran will walk through the program overview and instructions, and provide background information about what the review panel will look for in an application. At the end of the session, there will be an opportunity to submit questions online.
The session is offered as a conference call with an option to view a PowerPoint presentation online. The presenter will be located in an office that cannot accommodate visitors, so please note that it isn’t possible to attend the session in person.
To make the session more useful to you, we suggest that you read the program overview and application instructions in advance and print out a copy for your reference. This document can be found on the Cultural Community Partnership program page.
Session date:
Wednesday, June 25, 3:00 p.m.
To register
The Webinar is free of charge, but advance registration is strongly encouraged. Register here.
To join the session
  • On the day of the session, you may choose to listen to the audio portion by phone or through a computer.
  • If you want to view the visual presentation and ask questions, you’ll need access to the Internet.
  • The following browsers are recommended: Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.
    We plan to start the presentation on time, so please join the session five minutes early.
Dial into the telephone portion by calling AccuConference at (800) 920-7487.
  • Enter the conference code: 419 88 86 #
  • When prompted, say your name.
Log into the Web portion by going to www.accuconference.com/join.
  • Enter the conference dial-in number: (800) 920-7487.
  • Enter the conference code: 419 88 86 #
  • Enter your first and last name
  • Click Connect Now
  • When asked “Do you prefer to listen to the conference through the Web or by phone?” be aware that if you select “Web,” you must have a speaker in order to hear the audio.
  • You can ask questions by entering them on your keyboard in the chat box on the left.
Important note: save these instructions for reference.
No further confirmation will be sent to you.
The Minnesota State Arts Board is a state agency dedicated to ensuring that all Minnesotans have the opportunity to participate in the arts. Funds for Minnesota State Arts Board programs are provided through an appropriation from the Minnesota State Legislature, with additional funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.

 

 

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Art in the Park, Roseau Minnesota

images-10The  Roseau Area Art Association is hosting their annual Art in the Park July 20, 2014.

The event will be held at the Pioneer Farm and Village.

Art in the Park is a juried show featuring exhibits of art creations from local and regional artists, demonstrations, activities, music, food and more!

Visual artists!  Do you want to be involved and have never done this before?  You can submit your photos of your work along with an application to Julie Elick at Artists on Main or call (218) 242-5254.

If you have additional questions about Art in the Park, or if you need an application form, contact Janet Johnson at (218) 242-0698.

RWAG: “Seaside Visions”

SEASIDE VISIONS

JUNE 04-29, 2014

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Reception: June 21, 2014

1:00pm-5:00pm during the Art and Wine Walk

ERIN D. NELSON & KARLEE WESTREM

MENTOR & STUDENT

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The Northwest Minnesota Arts Council is very excited to bring the art of these two East Grand Forks residents.  Mentor and Student, together under one roof!  ‘Seaside Visions’ is their interpretation of what one would find in their environment at a seashell-strewn oceanside.

Exhibit7Erin Nelson teaches visual arts at East Grand Forks Senior High.  She has an appreciation of 70’s artists such as Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, and Jean Michael Basquait, as well as by the environment she dearly loves, the ocean. Many of her paintings incorporate the use of numerals or lettering into her designs. The paintings she selected for this exhibit are in honor of her grandmother who introduced her to the ocean’s beauty from her earliest childhood. Nelson adds, “I hope this collection gives the viewer a sense of that environment my Grandma taught me to love so much.”

Exhibit5Karlee Westrem is a 2014 graduate of East Grand Forks High and has been a student of Erin’s for several years.  Karlee received a mentorship grant from the Northwest Minnesota Arts Council during the summer of 2013, and has participated in area student art exhibits, earning top scores. She says she has been inspired by her teacher, Mrs. Nelson, who introduced her to famous artists and styles of art, and experimented with color and design along side her mentor.

Exhibit1The ‘Seaside Visions’ exhibit and the artists will be featured during the Art & Wine Walk on Saturday, June 21st, from 1:00 to 5:00 pm in the NWMAC Gallery. Non-alcoholic beverages and refreshments will be served. To register for the Art & Wine Walk, visit the Blue Moose on the day of the event.

‘Seaside Visions’ is free and open to the public in the NWMAC gallery, located inside the River Walk Artists Shop & Gallery at the River Walk mall, across Demers Avenue from Cabella’s in East Grand Forks. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Saturday, 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., and Sundays, 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. For more information call the Arts Council office at: 218-745-9111, or email: tmjacobson16@gmail.com

Traveling Mini Art Exhibit

Traveling Mini Art Exhibit

Bryan Sanchez and his 1st Place Student artwork

 

A Mini Art Exhibit sponsored by the Northwest Regional Arts Council (NWMAC) is traveling to seven regional libraries in the coming months. The NWMAC’s annual Regional Exhibit held in Middle River MN in April provided the fifteen impressive pieces of artwork for our annual Traveling Mini Art Exhibition.
The Traveling Mini Art Exhibit includes original paintings, photography, drawings, pastels, and clay pottery. Several of the artworks are award winning pieces selected by the show’s juror, Mary Therese of Bemidji, Minnesota.
Artists whose work was chosen for the mini exhibition are (adult artists): Alberta Johnson, and Jan Osborn, Thief River Falls; Mollie Rae Miller, Roseau; Susan Neufeld, Beltrami; Annethea Novacek, Greenbush; and (student artists): Brandi Lee, Halstad; Jaydn Rosell, Climax; Samantha Kraulik, Wannaska; Caleb Richardson, Thief River Falls; Elijah Neufeld, Beltrami; Skye Tillotson, Ada; Kiara Anderson, St. Hilaire; and Bryan Sanchez, Julie Ibanez, and Brooke Panzer, all of Crookston.
The Traveling Mini Art Exhibit will be appearing at Crookston’s Public Library until Wednesday, June 4th. Afterward, the exhibit will be open to the public at the following libraries during regular hours on the following dates:
  • Climax Public LibraryJune 5 – June 26
  • Hallock Public LibraryJune 26- July 25
  • Thief River Falls Public LibraryJuly 25 – September 5
  • Fosston Public LibrarySeptember 5 – October 3
  • Roseau Public LibraryOctober 3 – November 7
  • Warren Godel LibraryNovember 7 – December 3
For more information contact the Northwest Minnesota Arts Council at 218-745-9111, or email:  tmjacobson16@gmail.com