Six Minnesota artists with disabilities have been awarded 2019 Early Career Artist Grants by VSA Minnesota, with funds from the Jerome Foundation.
News from VSA Minnesota
Caritas Vocal Ensemble will perform an a cappella benefit concert for VSA Minnesota on Sunday , June 2 at 2:30 at Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church in Minneapolis.
The Minnesota Access Alliance will present a “Marketing Accessibility” workshop featuring insights from the Guthrie Theater on Monday, April 8, at 3:00 at the Rondo Library in St. Paul.
Attend the workshop Engaging People with Disabilities in the Arts: Could, Should or Must on Friday morning, March 8, in St. Paul.
An exhibit of art by Chicano/Latino/Hispanic artist Jimmy Longoria, from Stillwater, MN, will end soon at Vision Loss Resources in Minneapolis.
Nine Twin Cities arts organizations have received ADA Access Improvement Grants from VSA Minnesota.
VSA Minnesota will have limited office hours over the Christmas and New Year holiday weeks.
Nineteen ADA Access Improvement Grant applications to be reviewed May 31, 2019.
It is never easy to share bad news; no one wants to do it and no one wants to hear it. And yet, there are times when it has to be done, so here goes.
VSA Minnesota – the state organization on arts and disability – will be closing its doors and ceasing its operations at the end of September, 2019.
Apply for a $2,000 grant if you are a Minnesota early career / emerging artist with disabilities. Deadline is Feb. 1, 2019.