Are you overwhelmed with the grant writing process and don’t even know how to begin?
We can help!
We offer workshops for people who have questions related to our on-line system, grant applications, grant management once they get a grant, and final reporting. Our Executive Director Mara Hanel covers all aspects of the grant process. You will find that it is really helpful to attend. The first ½ hour relates to the deadlines coming up. The second ½ hour relates to the system and questions on grants management and reporting. We offer webinars and a few in-person meetings at our office. Don’t let your fear or inexperience with grants stop you from applying. Let us know if you are interested by emailing email@example.com or call 218-745-9111.
The Northwest Minnesota Arts Council is proud to partner with regional artists Trey Everett & Janet Johnson to host a series of art workshops that will inspire and promote
Equality and Respect for All.
In a response to recent and ongoing events occurring on local, national and international levels, NWMAC is calling our region to participate in this series of workshops as a platform to let Human Rights voices be heard. We are proud to sponsor these workshops and remind everyone of their importance and equality, despite differences in background, race, gender and sexual orientation. Our workshops will be a space to create art that will revolve around our theme of Equality and Respect for All. We are striving to inspire people to process current events through artistic expression. Please join us!
Many art materials and a 12″ x 12″ canvas will be provided, although you will want to bring your scissors and painting supplies if you wish to paint or cut, to work quickly. You also may want to bring snapshots or images that are important to you, to include in your piece. If you finish your piece you will leave it with the facilitator, if you bring your canvas home, you need to deposit $10.00. The workshops will be led by artists Trey Everett and Janet Johnson. No unattended children. Only adults and very engaged young adults, please. You don’t need to consider yourself an artist to attend!
The artworks will exhibit at the NWMAC Gallery in East Grand Forks, opening June 22, 2017. A public reception will be held during the Art & Wine Walk on August 19, starting at 1:00 P.M.