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Minnesota State Arts Board

The Minnesota State Arts Board is a state agency that stimulates and encourages the creation, performance, and appreciation of the arts in the state.

Upcoming Opportunities

FY 2021 Operating Support

Operating Support provides general support to high quality, established arts organizations that produce, present, or exhibit works of art; to organizations that provide a broad range of services to artists; and to community arts schools and conservatories that make arts learning available to Minnesotans of all ages and abilities.

The Operating Support grant application deadline is Friday, January 17, 2020:  learn more and apply today.

FY 2021 Arts Learning

Arts Learning is a grant program that offers funding for projects that help lifelong learners acquire knowledge, understanding, and skills in the arts. Projects must provide participatory learning and engage learners with skilled teaching artists and high quality artistic experiences.

The Arts Learning grant application deadline is Friday, February 7, 2020:  learn more and apply today.

Request for Proposals: Folk and Traditional Arts Field Survey in Southeast Minnesota

The Minnesota State Arts Board is seeking proposals from qualified individuals or firms that can conduct a folklife field survey and community map of existing and potential traditional arts activity among first and second generation immigrant residents living in or near several southeast Minnesota communities.

A successful project will result in the identification of as many folk and traditional artists as possible as well as identification of community leaders interested in perpetuating folklife traditions that may not yet exist in these regions. Work for this project must take place between late February 2020 and June 30, 2020.

To receive a copy of the complete Request for Proposals contact Rina Rossi by e-mail FolkandTraditionalArts@state.mn.us.

Proposals from interested individuals or firms must be received by the Arts Board not later than 11:59 p.m. Central Time on Monday, February 10, 2020.

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WebGrants

Link to WebGrants

The Minnesota State Arts Board's WebGrants system is open for registration.

How to Register in WebGrants: online tutorial, PDF version
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Webgrants FAQ document: FAQ (PDF)
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Arts Research / Policy / Cultural Issues

Link to Creative Minnesota 2019

 

Creative Minnesota 2019

Creative Minnesota 2019 is the third biennial report that provides a comprehensive assessment of the state's arts and creative sector. The Creative Minnesota project was developed by a collaborative of arts and culture funders in partnership with the Minnesota Citizens for the Arts. These partners include: the Minnesota State Arts Board, the Forum of Regional Arts Councils of Minnesota, Target, Jerome Foundation, Mardag Foundation, Springboard for the Arts and the Bush Foundation, with in-kind support from the Minnesota Historical Society, City of Minneapolis and others. For a list of committee members, go to http://creativemn.org/study-partners/.

 

Link to Promoting Appreciation Arts in Health & Wellness in the TC

 

Promoting Appreciation for the Role of Arts in Health and Wellness in the Twin Cities

Promoting Appreciation for the Role of Arts in Health and Wellness in the Twin Cities is a pilot study that qualitatively explores Americans' current thinking about the connection between arts and health, and their responses to communications about this topic. Conversations with a diverse cross-section of individuals in the Twin Cities provide important insights into how a conversation about the arts-health connection may play out at broader scales, and the potential of this focus to attract new engagement with and support for the arts. The pilot study was conducted as a strategic partnership among Topos, Metris Arts Consulting, and Americans for the Arts.

 

Link to Rural Prosperity through the Arts & Creative Sector

Rural Prosperity through the Arts & Creative Sector

The Rural Prosperity through the Arts & Creative Sector serves as an action guide that offers research insights and lessons learned from states that are harnessing the power of the arts to drive rural prosperity. This guide is part of a collaborative among the National Governors Association, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies.

 

 

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