Family Portraits at McDonough Rec Center
Nov
17
12:00 PM12:00

Family Portraits at McDonough Rec Center

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Family Portraits

Free Sessions Every Month for Families of the North End

Photographer Tomas Leal will be onsite at teh McDonough Rec Center for a community celebration and honoring families through the art of photography. Everyone is welcome to stop by with friends and families to capture a moment and honor the people you love and respect.

Digital images are uploaded to a site where you can save for use on social media or send out for prints. Sessions take place at our studio at 213 Front Avenue and are free to the public.

Family Portraits is part of the North End Arts Initiative and is made possible through the generous support of the Saint Paul Foundation, Metropolitan Regional Arts Council Arts Activity Program and the Saint Paul Cultural Arts Program.

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Becoming Hmoob
Dec
1
11:00 AM11:00

Becoming Hmoob

Please join us for Becoming Hmoob - a series of dialogue intended to identify ideas towards becoming Hmong which can then be expressed through photography or video.

Our first artmaking workshop begins

SATURDAY, October 27, 2018

11AM - 2PM A LIGHT MEAL WILL BE BE PROVIDED

CLICK HERE to Register

We are currently seeking up to eight paired participants to take part in 4 conversations and artmaking mentorships. Through a series of dialogue, we intend to identify ideas towards becoming Hmong which can then be expressed through photography or video. All ages are welcome and encouraged to join. Artwork created during this experience will be exhibited in the public with the intention of igniting conversations throughout the Hmong community.

No experience is required to participate and there is no cost. Artist mentors will be on hand to walk participants through the dialogue and artmaking process.

Workshops will take place on Saturdays between 11am-2pm at In Progress. Light meal and childcare will be provided. Dates are as followed.

October 27th

November 10th

December 1st

December 15th

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE EMAIL US at inprogress301@gmail.com or call 612.805.0514

You can also find information on our website at: www.in-progress.org/hmoob

This project is made possible through the generous support of the Mardag Foundation and individual funders.

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Family Portraits
Dec
2
2:00 PM14:00

Family Portraits

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Family Portraits

Free Sessions Every Month for Families of the North End

Photographers Tomas Leal & Quanisha Hill dedicate 2 hours every month to honoring families through the art of photography. Everyone is welcome to stop by with friends and families to capture a moment and honor the people you love and respect.

Digital images are uploaded to a site where you can save for use on social media or send out for prints. Sessions take place at our studio at 213 Front Avenue and are free to the public.

Family Portraits is part of the North End Arts Initiative and is made possible through the generous support of the Saint Paul Foundation, Metropolitan Regional Arts Council Arts Activity Program and the Saint Paul Cultural Arts Program.

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Becoming Hmoob
Dec
15
11:00 AM11:00

Becoming Hmoob

Please join us for Becoming Hmoob - a series of dialogue intended to identify ideas towards becoming Hmong which can then be expressed through photography or video.

Our first artmaking workshop begins

SATURDAY, October 27, 2018

11AM - 2PM A LIGHT MEAL WILL BE BE PROVIDED

CLICK HERE to Register

We are currently seeking up to eight paired participants to take part in 4 conversations and artmaking mentorships. Through a series of dialogue, we intend to identify ideas towards becoming Hmong which can then be expressed through photography or video. All ages are welcome and encouraged to join. Artwork created during this experience will be exhibited in the public with the intention of igniting conversations throughout the Hmong community.

No experience is required to participate and there is no cost. Artist mentors will be on hand to walk participants through the dialogue and artmaking process.

Workshops will take place on Saturdays between 11am-2pm at In Progress. Light meal and childcare will be provided. Dates are as followed.

October 27th

November 10th

December 1st

December 15th

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE EMAIL US at inprogress301@gmail.com or call 612.805.0514

You can also find information on our website at: www.in-progress.org/hmoob

This project is made possible through the generous support of the Mardag Foundation and individual funders.

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Family Portraits
Jan
6
2:00 PM14:00

Family Portraits

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Family Portraits

Free Sessions Every Month for Families of the North End

Photographers Tomas Leal & Quanisha Hill dedicate 2 hours every month to honoring families through the art of photography. Everyone is welcome to stop by with friends and families to capture a moment and honor the people you love and respect.

Digital images are uploaded to a site where you can save for use on social media or send out for prints. Sessions take place at our studio at 213 Front Avenue and are free to the public.

Family Portraits is part of the North End Arts Initiative and is made possible through the generous support of the Saint Paul Foundation, Metropolitan Regional Arts Council Arts Activity Program and the Saint Paul Cultural Arts Program.

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Family Portraits
Feb
3
2:00 PM14:00

Family Portraits

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Family Portraits

Free Sessions Every Month for Families of the North End

Photographers Tomas Leal & Quanisha Hill dedicate 2 hours every month to honoring families through the art of photography. Everyone is welcome to stop by with friends and families to capture a moment and honor the people you love and respect.

Digital images are uploaded to a site where you can save for use on social media or send out for prints. Sessions take place at our studio at 213 Front Avenue and are free to the public.

Family Portraits is part of the North End Arts Initiative and is made possible through the generous support of the Saint Paul Foundation, Metropolitan Regional Arts Council Arts Activity Program and the Saint Paul Cultural Arts Program.

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Family Portraits
Mar
3
2:00 PM14:00

Family Portraits

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Family Portraits

Free Sessions Every Month for Families of the North End

Photographers Tomas Leal & Quanisha Hill dedicate 2 hours every month to honoring families through the art of photography. Everyone is welcome to stop by with friends and families to capture a moment and honor the people you love and respect.

Digital images are uploaded to a site where you can save for use on social media or send out for prints. Sessions take place at our studio at 213 Front Avenue and are free to the public.

Family Portraits is part of the North End Arts Initiative and is made possible through the generous support of the Saint Paul Foundation, Metropolitan Regional Arts Council Arts Activity Program and the Saint Paul Cultural Arts Program.

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Family Portraits
Apr
7
2:00 PM14:00

Family Portraits

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Family Portraits

Free Sessions Every Month for Families of the North End

Photographers Tomas Leal & Quanisha Hill dedicate 2 hours every month to honoring families through the art of photography. Everyone is welcome to stop by with friends and families to capture a moment and honor the people you love and respect.

Digital images are uploaded to a site where you can save for use on social media or send out for prints. Sessions take place at our studio at 213 Front Avenue and are free to the public.

Family Portraits is part of the North End Arts Initiative and is made possible through the generous support of the Saint Paul Foundation, Metropolitan Regional Arts Council Arts Activity Program and the Saint Paul Cultural Arts Program.

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Digital Journeys Spring Exhibit & Gathering
Apr
27
6:00 PM18:00

Digital Journeys Spring Exhibit & Gathering

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DIGITAL JOURNEYS

Spring Gathering of Artists & Mentors

Please join us as we celebrate our newly emerging artists and their artwork. The event will include an exhibit reception, video and usic presentations. Families, friends and the public are invited to this event where participants will share their artistic goals and present samples of work they have begun.

The gathering will take place:

SATURDAY, April 27th, 2018

6-8PM

A LIGHT MEAL will be provided PROVIDED

Please direct any questions you have directly to Kristine Sorensen at inprogress301@gmail.com or call 612-805-0514

This project is supported in 2018 by the FR Bigelow Foundation and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council Arts Learning Program.

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Family Portraits
May
5
2:00 PM14:00

Family Portraits

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Family Portraits

Free Sessions Every Month for Families of the North End

Photographers Tomas Leal & Quanisha Hill dedicate 2 hours every month to honoring families through the art of photography. Everyone is welcome to stop by with friends and families to capture a moment and honor the people you love and respect.

Digital images are uploaded to a site where you can save for use on social media or send out for prints. Sessions take place at our studio at 213 Front Avenue and are free to the public.

Family Portraits is part of the North End Arts Initiative and is made possible through the generous support of the Saint Paul Foundation, Metropolitan Regional Arts Council Arts Activity Program and the Saint Paul Cultural Arts Program.

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Family Portraits
Jul
7
2:00 PM14:00

Family Portraits

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Family Portraits

Free Sessions Every Month for Families of the North End

Photographers Tomas Leal & Quanisha Hill dedicate 2 hours every month to honoring families through the art of photography. Everyone is welcome to stop by with friends and families to capture a moment and honor the people you love and respect.

Digital images are uploaded to a site where you can save for use on social media or send out for prints. Sessions take place at our studio at 213 Front Avenue and are free to the public.

Family Portraits is part of the North End Arts Initiative and is made possible through the generous support of the Saint Paul Foundation, Metropolitan Regional Arts Council Arts Activity Program and the Saint Paul Cultural Arts Program.

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Fresh Voices Community Screening
Nov
12
6:00 PM18:00

Fresh Voices Community Screening

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Fresh Voices

Community Screening 10.12.18

Please join us as we look back and look forward at some Fresh Voices videos and photos and hold a discussion about life for young Latinos living in Crookston.

Artists, families and communities are welcome to come to this free event. We hope to see lots of old and new faces. Specific information is listed below:


MONDAY - OCTOBER 12th
Highland Elementary - Auditorium

801 Central Ave N, Crookston, MN 56716
6-7:30M

For mor information please email Kristine Sorensen @ inprogress301@gmail.com

 

 

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Becoming Hmoob
Nov
10
11:00 AM11:00

Becoming Hmoob

Please join us for Becoming Hmoob - a series of dialogue intended to identify ideas towards becoming Hmong which can then be expressed through photography or video.

Our first artmaking workshop begins

SATURDAY, October 27, 2018

11AM - 2PM A LIGHT MEAL WILL BE BE PROVIDED

CLICK HERE to Register

We are currently seeking up to eight paired participants to take part in 4 conversations and artmaking mentorships. Through a series of dialogue, we intend to identify ideas towards becoming Hmong which can then be expressed through photography or video. All ages are welcome and encouraged to join. Artwork created during this experience will be exhibited in the public with the intention of igniting conversations throughout the Hmong community.

No experience is required to participate and there is no cost. Artist mentors will be on hand to walk participants through the dialogue and artmaking process.

Workshops will take place on Saturdays between 11am-2pm at In Progress. Light meal and childcare will be provided. Dates are as followed.

October 27th

November 10th

December 1st

December 15th

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE EMAIL US at inprogress301@gmail.com or call 612.805.0514

You can also find information on our website at: www.in-progress.org/hmoob

This project is made possible through the generous support of the Mardag Foundation and individual funders.

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Family Portraits
Nov
4
2:00 PM14:00

Family Portraits

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Family Portraits

Free Sessions Every Month for Families of the North End

Photographers Tomas Leal & Quanisha Hill dedicate 2 hours every month to honoring families through the art of photography. Everyone is welcome to stop by with friends and families to capture a moment and honor the people you love and respect.

Digital images are uploaded to a site where you can save for use on social media or send out for prints. Sessions take place at our studio at 213 Front Avenue and are free to the public.

Family Portraits is part of the North End Arts Initiative and is made possible through the generous support of the Saint Paul Foundation, Metropolitan Regional Arts Council Arts Activity Program and the Saint Paul Cultural Arts Program.

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Digital Journeys Fall Gathering
Nov
3
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Journeys Fall Gathering

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DIGITAL JOURNEYS

Fall Gathering of Artists & Mentors

Please join us as we bring our newest In Progress artists together talk about how their first month of mentorship and artist development is going. Mentors will also be present to share some of their artwork and to work with participants to get some great portraits. Families, friends and the public are invited to this event where participants will share their artistic goals and present samples of work they have begun.

The gathering will take place:

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd, 2018

2-4PM

A LIGHT MEAL WILL BE PROVIDED

The Digital Journeys Program is currently limited to 12 participants and prioritizes youth that meet the following criteria:

  • ages 12-20

  • poor or low income

  • youth of color

  • youth representing other underserved groups

  • youth living in the north end neighborhood of Saint Paul

Please direct any questions you have directly to Kristine Sorensen at inprogress301@gmail.com or call 612-805-0514

This project is supported in 2017 by the FR Bigelow Foundation and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council Arts Learning Program.

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Becoming Hmoob
Oct
27
11:00 AM11:00

Becoming Hmoob

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Please join us for Becoming Hmoob - a series of dialogue intended to identify ideas towards becoming Hmong which can then be expressed through photography or video.

Our first artmaking workshop begins

SATURDAY, October 27, 2018

11AM - 2PM A LIGHT MEAL WILL BE BE PROVIDED

CLICK HERE to Apply to the Program

We are currently seeking up to eight paired participants to take part in 4 conversations and artmaking mentorships. Through a series of dialogue, we intend to identify ideas towards becoming Hmong which can then be expressed through photography or video. All ages are welcome and encouraged to join. Artwork created during this experience will be exhibited in the public with the intention of igniting conversations throughout the Hmong community.

No experience is required to participate and there is no cost. Artist mentors will be on hand to walk participants through the dialogue and artmaking process.

Workshops will take place on Saturdays between 11am-2pm at In Progress. Light meal and childcare will be provided. Dates are as followed.

October 27th

November 10th

December 1st

December 15th

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE EMAIL US at inprogress301@gmail.com or call 612.805.0514

You can also find information on our website at: www.in-progress.org/hmoob

This project is made possible through the generous support of the Mardag Foundation and individual funders.

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Qhia Dab Neeg Film Festival
Oct
20
5:00 PM17:00

Qhia Dab Neeg Film Festival

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To commemorate our 9th year, Qhia Dab Neeg will be featuring Hmong Filmmakers and films in collaboration with Hmong individuals in addition to Hmong Artists and Artists who draw inspiration from the Hmong culture and arts. There will also be a special segment for our musically talented and spoken word artists. The public will have the opportunity to see all the works as well as meet and greet each participating artist.

Any questions, please email qhiadabneegfilmfestival@gmail.com

Building is Handicap accessible.

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

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Digital Journeys Mentor Meeting
Oct
12
7:00 PM19:00

Digital Journeys Mentor Meeting

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In Progress will hold a meeting for professional mentors in the Digital Journeys Program. The meeting will review:

  • mentor roles

  • payment process

  • journaling 

  • social media documentation

  • web portfolio development

  • mentor/mentee pairing

This meeting is for contracted mentors only. Please contact Kristine Sorensen at inprogess301@gmail.com for further information.

Mentors may RSVP HERE

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Young America - Artist Talk
Sep
29
6:00 PM18:00

Young America - Artist Talk

Youth are the motion behind the movements. Young Americans are the future of this America. What happens next weighs on our shoulders. The images presented in this exhibit express our experiences, our knowledge and our understanding of this new/old nation.

—exhibit curators Aaliyah McQueen & Thelmalee Titus

Please join us September 29th for a reception and artist talk with artists creating artwork about the how they perceive the world they live in. The event will include a light meal, good conversation, music and spoken word. For more information please contact Kristine Sorensen at inprogress301@gmail.com .

The event is free and open to the public but please RSVP by CLICKING HERE

FEATURED ARTISTS
MABRUKA AHMED 
KAYLA DEWITT
KATIE DEWITT

CHRIS ESPERICUETA
BRADLEY GOODSKY
ROZALINA HUNT 
AALIYAH MCQUEEN

THELMALEE TITUS
ALIANA SANCHEZ
TASHEEN WAKANABO 
ELYSSIA WHITE

EXHIBIT PARTNERS & SPONSORS
AMERICAN INDIAN COMMUNITY HOUSING ORGANIZATION

BUG O NAY GE SHIG SCHOOL

BEST BUY CHILDREN'S FOUNDATION

F.R. BIGELOW FOUNDATION

HEARTLAND RACING PIGEON FEDERATION INC. GAMBLING FUND

MCKNIGHT FOUNDATION

METROPOLITAN REGIONAL ARTS COUNCIL - ARTS LEARNING PROGRAM

MN STATE ARTS BOARD - ARTS ACCESS PROGRAM

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS

Young America is a collective exhibit featuring artwork from numerous In Progress Programs offered in 2018.

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VOICES of the NORTH END Community Gathering
Sep
27
6:00 PM18:00

VOICES of the NORTH END Community Gathering

Join In Progress, the city of Saint Paul, and members of the North End as we celebrate the many the voices that make of up the history, diversity, and sense of community within our neighborhood.

The evening will showcase video and photography works collected from a diverse cross-section of the North End neighborhood and will shed light on why we stand as one community.

To RSVP just CLICK HERE!

So join us for some food, conversation, and the beginning of a public conversation about our common bonds.

This event is free and open to the public, and a light meal/refreshments will be served between 6 & 7PM.

photograph of North End Residents Anne Adabra as she helped her daughter practice her gymnastics. Photographer Tomas Leal 2018.

VOICES of the NORTH END is a partnership between the City of Saint Paul and In Progress. Many thanks to the Knight Foundation and Saint Paul Foundation for their sponsorship of this project.

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IP Board Meeting & Community BBQ
Sep
16
10:00 AM10:00

IP Board Meeting & Community BBQ

It's that time of year again!   Fall board meeting and artist get together this coming Sunday.  Please join us for a meet & greet with our board members! 

The board will do business between 10AM and 11AM.  You are welcome to listen in if you like.  But the fun will start at 11AM.  We will provide some basics - brats and burgers, etc.... The rest is up to us all.  If you would like to join us please RSVP and please bring a little something to share if you can.  

RSVP by CLICKING HERE!

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EXCHANGE Tour Planning
Sep
15
10:00 AM10:00

EXCHANGE Tour Planning

INTRODUCTIONS- we will be sharing our stories of how we all go to be in the room together - what does it mean to be an artist and what does it mean to stand up with love for you community.

  1. COMMON THREADS - what do we have in common from one community to the next?  What are the ideas, conversations, images and stories that we think might resonate from one community to the next?

  2. LUNCH  (Krungthep Thai on Rice /  Noonish)  

  3. ARTWORK REVIEW - So having had this discussion - what images/videos do each of you want to share from your community.  We do not have to have firm decisions, but we should define a few anchor pieces per community.  Final decisions will be made jointly based on technical, aesthetic, and thematic with support from the curatorial team.  Kris will provide some baseline work for us to review, but feel free to bring in samples if you like.

  4. LOGISTICS - where do we present?  How will this all work?   What type of schedule will we have?  What will prints look like etc.    This is Q&A time, general planning time, etc.  

  5. FINAL THOUGHTS - Contracts, 1st payments and mileage reimbursements made.  Time to head home.  

This is a closed event -so please contact Kristine Sorensen at inprogress301@gmail.com if you would like to find out more information.

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Garage Arts
Aug
15
5:00 PM17:00

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Tomas Leal and Quanisha Hill will provide exploratory media arts activities to youth from the north End neighborhood.  

Activities take place at the MCDONOUGH REC CENTER, are free and everyone is welcome to join.

For more information contact Kristine Sorensen at inprogress301@gmail.com

 

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Garage Arts
Aug
8
5:00 PM17:00

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Tomas Leal and Quanisha Hill will provide exploratory media arts activities to youth from the north End neighborhood.  

Activities take place at the MCDONOUGH REC CENTER, are free and everyone is welcome to join.

For more information contact Kristine Sorensen at inprogress301@gmail.com

 

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Garage Arts
Aug
1
5:00 PM17:00

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Tomas Leal and Quanisha Hill will provide exploratory media arts activities to youth from the north End neighborhood.  

Activities take place at the MCDONOUGH REC CENTER, are free and everyone is welcome to join.

For more information contact Kristine Sorensen at inprogress301@gmail.com

 

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Garage Arts
Jul
31
6:00 PM18:00

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Tomas Leal and Quanisha Hill will provide exploratory media arts activities to youth from the north End neighborhood.  

Activities take place at the RICE STREET TEEN ZONE, are free and everyone is welcome to join.

For more information contact Kristine Sorensen at inprogress301@gmail.com

 

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Fresh Voices Digital Artmaking Workshop
Jul
27
1:00 PM13:00

Fresh Voices Digital Artmaking Workshop

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Digital Artmaking Workshop 7.9.18 - 7.27.18

Nationally acclaimed photographer Xavier Tavera will teach a community portraiture process that demonstrates how to take the best of your every day home environment to create masterful and compelling images of the people you love and respect. The workshop is open to the public but early registration is encouraged. 

SUNDAY 11AM - 3PM

Meet at Crookston Public Library
110 Ash Street, Crookston MN 56716

 

 

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Fresh Voices Digital Artmaking Workshop
Jul
26
1:00 PM13:00

Fresh Voices Digital Artmaking Workshop

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                          Fresh Voices

Digital Artmaking Workshop 7.9.18 - 7.27.18

Nationally acclaimed photographer Xavier Tavera will teach a community portraiture process that demonstrates how to take the best of your every day home environment to create masterful and compelling images of the people you love and respect. The workshop is open to the public but early registration is encouraged. 

SUNDAY 11AM - 3PM

Meet at Crookston Public Library
110 Ash Street, Crookston MN 56716

 

 

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Digital Me
Jul
26
12:30 PM12:30

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                        Digital Me

Artists Teaching Students the Art of Digital Storytelling

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe works with middle school students at Capitol and Hazel Park Middle Schools teaching the art of digital storytelling June - July 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday - Thursdays 12:30-2:30PM

This activity is not open for registration.  Please contact In Progress with any questions. 

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Garage Arts
Jul
25
5:00 PM17:00

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Tomas Leal and Quanisha Hill will provide exploratory media arts activities to youth from the north End neighborhood.  

Activities take place at the MCDONOUGH REC CENTER, are free and everyone is welcome to join.

For more information contact Kristine Sorensen at inprogress301@gmail.com

 

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Fresh Voices Digital Artmaking Workshop
Jul
25
1:00 PM13:00

Fresh Voices Digital Artmaking Workshop

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                          Fresh Voices

Digital Artmaking Workshop 7.9.18 - 7.27.18

Nationally acclaimed photographer Xavier Tavera will teach a community portraiture process that demonstrates how to take the best of your every day home environment to create masterful and compelling images of the people you love and respect. The workshop is open to the public but early registration is encouraged. 

SUNDAY 11AM - 3PM

Meet at Crookston Public Library
110 Ash Street, Crookston MN 56716

 

 

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Digital Me
Jul
25
12:30 PM12:30

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                        Digital Me

Artists Teaching Students the Art of Digital Storytelling

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe works with middle school students at Capitol and Hazel Park Middle Schools teaching the art of digital storytelling June - July 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday - Thursdays 12:30-2:30PM

This activity is not open for registration.  Please contact In Progress with any questions. 

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Garage Arts
Jul
24
6:00 PM18:00

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Tomas Leal and Quanisha Hill will provide exploratory media arts activities to youth from the north End neighborhood.  

Activities take place at the RICE STREET TEEN ZONE, are free and everyone is welcome to join.

For more information contact Kristine Sorensen at inprogress301@gmail.com

 

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Fresh Voices Digital Artmaking Workshop
Jul
24
1:00 PM13:00

Fresh Voices Digital Artmaking Workshop

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                          Fresh Voices

Digital Artmaking Workshop 7.9.18 - 7.27.18

Nationally acclaimed photographer Xavier Tavera will teach a community portraiture process that demonstrates how to take the best of your every day home environment to create masterful and compelling images of the people you love and respect. The workshop is open to the public but early registration is encouraged. 

SUNDAY 11AM - 3PM

Meet at Crookston Public Library
110 Ash Street, Crookston MN 56716

 

 

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Digital Me
Jul
24
12:30 PM12:30

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                        Digital Me

Artists Teaching Students the Art of Digital Storytelling

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe works with middle school students at Capitol and Hazel Park Middle Schools teaching the art of digital storytelling June - July 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday - Thursdays 12:30-2:30PM

This activity is not open for registration.  Please contact In Progress with any questions. 

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Fresh Voices Digital Artmaking Workshop
Jul
23
1:00 PM13:00

Fresh Voices Digital Artmaking Workshop

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                          Fresh Voices

Digital Artmaking Workshop 7.9.18 - 7.27.18

Nationally acclaimed photographer Xavier Tavera will teach a community portraiture process that demonstrates how to take the best of your every day home environment to create masterful and compelling images of the people you love and respect. The workshop is open to the public but early registration is encouraged. 

SUNDAY 11AM - 3PM

Meet at Crookston Public Library
110 Ash Street, Crookston MN 56716

 

 

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Digital Me
Jul
23
12:30 PM12:30

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                        Digital Me

Artists Teaching Students the Art of Digital Storytelling

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe works with middle school students at Capitol and Hazel Park Middle Schools teaching the art of digital storytelling June - July 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday - Thursdays 12:30-2:30PM

This activity is not open for registration.  Please contact In Progress with any questions. 

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Fresh Voices Critique Session
Jul
22
11:00 AM11:00

Fresh Voices Critique Session

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Fresh Voices

Critique Session

Please join as we review the artwork from 2018 and begin putting plans together for where exhibits will take place throughout the Crookston area. IP artist Kristine Sorensen will work with participants, family members and community leaders to determine a fall/winter strategy for placing artwork, video stories and more throughout the community in a way that will raise the visibility of Latinos and the stories that impact their communities.


SATURDAY - SEPTEMBER 15TH
Writing & Critique Session
2-5PM


Crookston Public Library
110 Ash Street, Crookston MN 56716

 

 

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Fresh Voices Exhibit Intensive
Jul
21
11:00 AM11:00

Fresh Voices Exhibit Intensive

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Fresh Voices

Digital Artmaking Workshop 8.18.18 - 8.19.18

Photographer & Curator Tomas Leal will lead Fresh Voices artists through a digital portraiture workshop this coming weekend in Crookston MN. Learn about lighting, portraiture subtlies and how to get the most out of your DSLR camera. 
 

There will be opportunities to be in front of the camera, and behind the camera. Invite your friends and families. Our goal is to present the families of Crookston at their best.

SATURDAY 2PM - 6PM

Meet at Crookston Public Library
110 Ash Street, Crookston MN 56716

SUNDAY 1PM - 4PM
Meet at Crookston Public Library
110 Ash Street, Crookston MN 56716

 

 

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Fresh Voices Digital Artmaking Workshop
Jul
20
1:00 PM13:00

Fresh Voices Digital Artmaking Workshop

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                          Fresh Voices

Digital Artmaking Workshop 7.9.18 - 7.27.18

Nationally acclaimed photographer Xavier Tavera will teach a community portraiture process that demonstrates how to take the best of your every day home environment to create masterful and compelling images of the people you love and respect. The workshop is open to the public but early registration is encouraged. 

SUNDAY 11AM - 3PM

Meet at Crookston Public Library
110 Ash Street, Crookston MN 56716

 

 

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