SEE. SAY. SHOW
Please join us for ACW See. Say. SHOW on the Second Sunday of each month from 12:00- 2pm for an art sharing session! Click here for details past and future
Art to Change the World Studio Visits
University of Minnesota OLLI event. This is OLLI https://ccaps.umn.edu/olli
Your authentic experience will start with an interactive discussion session focused on the topic “CAN art change the world? “ with ACW artists. The sessions following will be held at the studios of the following social practice artists. Each session will be from 10:30 to 12:00 with an optional special partnership price at one of the unique North East restaurants. Max. 15. Read More
–REFINEDr, an initiative of The Fulton Group, LLC is pleased to announce its first edition in 2019 of Art4Good to benefit Minneapolis-based Art to Change the World (ACW)
Artists include, Carly Beseman, Barbara Rogers Bridges, Anthony Calabrese, Remo Campopiano , Pat Carney, Teresa Cox, Paige Dansinger, Justine Di Fiore, Lyle Ferguson, Nathanael Flink, Greg Gossel, Christopher Harrison, Daniel Kerkhoff, Anne Kleinhenz , Candy Kuehn , Jay Larson, Kim Matthews, Layl McDill, Ann Meany, Melissa May Metzler, Brittany Omann, Kurt Schulz, Andrea Stanislav, Jill Stebbins, Frank Stone, Kellie Rae Theiss, Xavier Tavera, Susan Wagner, Christopher A. Williams, and Harold Zisla.
Date: Friday, June 28, 2019, 6:00 – 9:00 PM
The Q.arma Building, Quarter Gallery (2nd Flr.), 1224 Quincy Street NE,
Minneapolis, MN 55413, www.qarmabuilding.com
Purchase: Credit Cards only.
Contact Herman Milligan, Managing Partner, The Fulton Group, LLC,
June and July Dates
June 24, July 1, July 8, July 15, July 22, July 29
Hola! Join novelist and poet, Anya Achtenberg, for the ACW Spanish group meeting.
Sin lecciones, sin presión, simplemente hablar juntos sobre lo que nos interesa. (No lessons, no pressure, we simply talk together about what interests us.)
FREE! After the first time, you need to be an Art to Change the World member www.arttochangetheworld.org
Please bring your own beverage. Fermented welcomed!
5:00-6:00 at 2323 Monroe St NE, Minneapolis 55418. Confirm: firstname.lastname@example.org
June 20 Opening and June 28 June 29 Workshops
As part of the Art is My Weapon exhibition, curated by Minneapolis photographer, Nikki McComb, Homewood Studios is offering a healing workshop. The Art is My Weapon exhibition opens at Homewood on June 20, 2019. Join us from 5:30-7:30 for the opening reception. Homewood Studios 2400 Plymouth Avenue North Minneapolis, MN 55411 612-587-0230
June 29, Saturday Community healing workshop. All ages.
4:00-5:00 Pizza and Conversation
The workshop is FREE but there is a maximum registration of 15. Register by emailing George Roberts email@example.com and use Invent & Present Workshop in the subject line.
June 28, 2019 High School Workshop
We have 5-8 candidates from South High School and 5- 8 candidates from North High School. I think this is a brilliant idea.
12:00 Meet and Greet over Pizza
Invent & Present! is a partnership project which seeks to provide the opportunity to work with TODAY, I’m Alright, a large interactive healing cabinet created by twin cities sculptor, Barbara Bridges. Participants, led by Barbara, Laura Mann-Hill from the Children’s Theatre Company and George Roberts from Homewood Studios, will imagine and embody their dreams for the future. They will work collaboratively to “build their own life raft” by creating a unique presentations using music, visual and performance strategies.
The participants will explore the cabinet and talk about the healing objects they find in the cabinet with the workshop leaders and each other. The participants will also choose an object from the healing cabinet that they will take home. To read more about TODAY, click here: https://www.arttochangetheworld.org/barbara-bridges/ To read more about this partnership, click here and scroll down: https://www.arttochangetheworld.org/coming-events/
Art to Change the World (ACW) is a non-profit, diverse coalition of artists, educators, scientists, topic experts, and other change makers who join forces in service of positive social change. We employ the arts, education, audience engagement, and organizational partnerships to invoke positive discussion, reflection, and action.
* A positive, non-competitive, collaborative community across disciplines, age, race, economics and abilities.
*A safe space for change makers where all voices and multiple perspectives are empowered.
South High School, Minneapolis
South High School is a public high school with over 80% black and brown students. ACW has a partnership with South and are collaborating to provide access to the Art Is My Weapon exhibition.
Homewood Studios is an artists’ workspace and galley/meeting space in North Minneapolis serving a predominantly African American neighborhood, is designed for local artists and their neighbors in the belief that a visible presence of working artists contributes to the vitality, self-image, and coherence of our community.
Children’s Theatre Company (CTC) is the nation’s largest and most acclaimed theatre for young people and serves a multigenerational audience. It creates theatre experiences that educate, challenge, and inspire for more than 295,000 people annually. CTC is the only theatre focused on young audiences to win the coveted Tony Award® for Outstanding Regional Theatre and is the only theatre in Minnesota to receive three Tony® nominations (for its production of A Year with Frog and Toad). CTC is committed to creating world class productions at the highest level and to developing new works, more than 200 to date, dramatically changing the canon of work for young audiences.
Art is My Weapon, lead by Minneapolis photographer, Nikki McComb, aims to use art and creativity to spark social change. Following the momentum of The Guns in the Hands of Artists exhibit We hosted a gun buy-back in the Twin Cities. Supported by the Minneapolis Police Department and The City of Minneapolis the weapons were decommissioned and distributed to Minnesota artists to create statements about the impact of gun violence in our community. We have been able to engage the public, community leaders, organizations, elected officials, and the media etc. in respectful nonpartisan conversations around gun violence that ultimately lead to greater public awareness, conscientious community action and responsible solutions to reducing gun violence.
ACW illustrates our “never before tried” approach to Art Changing the World.
As the Director of this wild pony ride we are on, it is my job to help discover new ways for artists to monetize their practice. I started Art to Change the World because I believe artists should be paid for their time and the old gallery model does not always accomplish that goal. We have worked hard to expand our membership to include alternative perspectives and I would like to introduce one our newest members today.
Richard Raymond is a young engineer and real estate investor in North East Minneapolis. He is very passionate about politics and social justice but he is new to the idea of using art as a medium with which to invoke change. He is very excited to learn from this community and be able to contribute to it in a meaningful way. He owns two B and B properties in NE Minneapolis. https://www.airbnb.com/users/47931140/listings?user_id=47931140&s=50.
We are JUST starting to design what we are calling the North East Art Experience B and B project. Please join us on this workgroup if you have a B and B in North East, would like to be one of the 6 artists to hang your work (you earn 90% of all sales) or if you have ideas on how we should shape this project. firstname.lastname@example.org
This is what we are thinking so far. Please send ideas for event or entertainment.
- Artists will hang work in two month rotations for a six month pilot program.
- There will be a one night event called the North East Art Experience No rentals in units that night. 5:00-7:00
- All six artists will be expected to attend. Do not have to be NE artists.
- $10 tickets booked ahead of time – children are free.
- Vendors will be approached for food and drinks.
- A vendor coupon hand-out will be developed to encourage the attendees to go on to our vendor supporters following the ACW event.
- Special B and B rental discount coupon will be offered to attendees.
- Vendors may want to hang ACW work during the ACW event.
- Artworks will be 10% off on the night of the event.
Each unit will have entertainment. Musician. Spoken Word Poet. Celebrity.
Join me on May 11 for ACW member Danielle Ricci’s “Artist’s with Mission” Collaboration.
TOTIS 1 will join the work of Julie Sriek and Samantha Rei with the Borealis Dancers to illustrate how Art CAN Change the World!
Playwright’s Center 2301 E Franklin Ave, Mpls. Join us! email email@example.com
May 14, 2019
Featuring Craig R Harris Solo keyboard
May 14, 2019 at 7:00 PM
Homewood Studios, 2400 Plymouth Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN 55411
Craig R Harris presents the second of his 4-concert series of solo keyboard-based performances. Craig will be revisiting music he has created for dance and theater shows throughout his career – revitalizing it, creating new work based on raw materials from these shows, and presenting new compositions currently in development.
June 29, 2019
Title: Art to Change the World Private Event (Facebook link)
Artist name: Malcom Potek
Location: PotekGlass Studio Shop & Gallery, 2505 NE Howard St, suite C, Minneapolis 55418
Date(s) of event: Sat. 6/29 @2pm
Cost: $47.50 member price
We are excited to host an exclusive glass-making experience for Art to Change the World members! You are invited to PotekGlass Studio Shop & Gallery in suite C at the Flux Arts building for a private kiln-forming demo and class. Simple to start endless in its potential, kiln-forming is to glass what conducting is to instruments. You will explore the foundations of glass fusing by learning to cut patterns out of sheet glass, make frit and work with a variety of glass formats by combining them in the kiln to produce a glass ring dish.
May 4, 2019
ACW SOCIAL EVENT
6:30 to 8:30
Location: Clay Squared to Infinity
2505 Howard St. NE
Minneapolis, MN 55418
Meet other ACW members at Layl McDill’s studio and play with clay too! Pot luck- bring a dish to share.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to rsvp.
Picture: Hilltop in Gibera: Site of the Festival of Poor Cinema by Davis Schnack
December 14, 2018 Barry Scanlan Opening
December 23, 2018 http://laylmcdill.com/windows-into-wonderment/
December 6 Erik and Ana’s Face to Face Social Event