Digital Me
Jan
22
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Digital Me
Jan
23
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Garage Arts
Jan
23
6:30 PM18:30

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Nikol Dowls, Melissa Vang and Sadie Jones 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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Digital Me
Jan
24
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Digital Me
Jan
25
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Karen Stories
Jan
27
12:00 PM12:00

Karen Stories

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                                                            Karen Stories

Digital Storytelling with Karen family living in the North End

Learn the art of telling family stories through film and video.  Learns hands on camera techniques from IP artists Sai Thao, Thaw Hso and Melissa Vang as you learn to craft your own stories.

Everyone is welcome, however emphasis is placed on immigrant families.

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

 

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Digital Me
Jan
29
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Garage Arts
Jan
30
6:30 PM18:30

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Nikol Dowls, Melissa Vang and Sadie Jones 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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Digital Me
Jan
31
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Karen Stories
Feb
3
12:00 PM12:00

Karen Stories

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                                                            Karen Stories

Digital Storytelling with Karen family living in the North End

Learn the art of telling family stories through film and video.  Learns hands on camera techniques from IP artists Sai Thao, Thaw Hso and Melissa Vang as you learn to craft your own stories.

Everyone is welcome, however emphasis is placed on immigrant families.

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

 

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Free Family Portraits
Feb
4
2:00 PM14:00

Free 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.

CLICK HERE to register and save your spot!

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Digital Me
Feb
5
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Garage Arts
Feb
6
6:30 PM18:30

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Nikol Dowls, Melissa Vang and Sadie Jones 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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Digital Me
Feb
7
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Word of Mouth
Feb
7
6:30 PM18:30

Word of Mouth

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Open Mic Event at the Rice Street Library

Come and share your poetry, songs, and stories as In Progress Word of Mouth Open Mic Event.  Everyone is welcome in this safe place to practice up your performance skills.  

This month's Word of Mouth will take place at the Rice Street Library.

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

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Digital Me - Metro State University
Feb
9
9:30 AM09:30

Digital Me - Metro State University

In Progress Artist Melissa Vang will teach the art of photography in partnership with Metropolitan State University.    In these introductory sessions, students learn how to work with cameras, take photographs and share their creativity with others

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

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Karen Stories
Feb
10
12:00 PM12:00

Karen Stories

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                                                            Karen Stories

Digital Storytelling with Karen family living in the North End

Learn the art of telling family stories through film and video.  Learns hands on camera techniques from IP artists Sai Thao, Thaw Hso and Melissa Vang as you learn to craft your own stories.

Everyone is welcome, however emphasis is placed on immigrant families.

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

 

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Hmoob
Feb
11
4:00 PM16:00

Hmoob

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                                                                                                                                                                                        Hmoob

Conversations with Hmong Families About Hmong Identity

Please join us for Hmoob - a series of conversations and artmaking experiences about how to begin to identify who you are and where you want to be as Hmong. During this session we will look at artwork that has emerged from previous conversations and how it can be used to engage others in a deeper conversation about the Hmong experience.

SUNDAY, February 11th, 2018

4-7PM

A DELICIOUS MEAL WILL BE PROVIDED

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Digital Me
Feb
12
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Photography 101
Feb
12
6:30 PM18:30

Photography 101

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                                                                                          Nexus

Photography Skill Building Workshops

MONDAYS, February 12th, 19th & 26th

Instructor:  Tomas Leal

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER  

Camera operation, vocabulary and shooting techniques will be covered during three introductory photography sessions led by professional photographer Tomas Leal.

Check out the options below and make sure you sign up early. These sessions are open to the public but pre-registration is highly encouraged as each session will be capped at 10 participants. 

PLEASE NOTE:  You must be willing and able to attend all 3 sessions.

Each session will include a a short lecture or demonstration, creative practice and time for questions and answers.

This event is made possible through the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

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Garage Arts
Feb
13
6:30 PM18:30

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Nikol Dowls, Melissa Vang and Sadie Jones 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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Digital Me
Feb
14
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Filmmaking 101
Feb
14
6:30 PM18:30

Filmmaking 101

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Nexus

Filmmaking Skill Building Workshop

Wednesdays:  February 14, 21, 28

FILMMAKING BASICS
Instructor:  Touchaingkong Yang

Learn the basic elements of DSLR camera use, sound recording, and vocabulary.  Participants will build and expand their knowledge of the digital film process, and build a foundation for visual expression through moving images.

These sessions are open to the public but pre-registration is highly encouraged as each session will be capped at 10 participants.  

Each session will include a short lecture or demonstration, creative practice and time for questions and answers.

PLEASE NOTE: You must be willing and able to attend both sessions.

This event is made possible through the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

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Melanin Magic Artist Talk
Feb
15
6:00 PM18:00

Melanin Magic Artist Talk

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Melanin Magic

Artist Talk

Please join us at In Progress as we honor a powerful set of photographers from our NEXUS Program - Nikol Imani Dowls, Samuel Harris, Quanisha Hill, Aidia Syed and Alvan Washington.  

The exhibit opens January 1 and will run through February 28th.  But tonight's event is all about meeting the artists behind the artwork, asking questions and honoring the art of photography.  Each artist will provide a short presentation and answer questions about their artwork.  A lite meal will also be provided.

 

 

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Digital Me - Metro State University
Feb
16
9:30 AM09:30

Digital Me - Metro State University

In Progress Artist Melissa Vang will teach the art of photography in partnership with Metropolitan State University.    In these introductory sessions, students learn how to work with cameras, take photographs and share their creativity with others

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

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Karen Stories
Feb
17
12:00 PM12:00

Karen Stories

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                                                            Karen Stories

Digital Storytelling with Karen family living in the North End

Learn the art of telling family stories through film and video.  Learns hands on camera techniques from IP artists Sai Thao, Thaw Hso and Melissa Vang as you learn to craft your own stories.

Everyone is welcome, however emphasis is placed on immigrant families.

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

 

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Digital Me
Feb
19
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Nexus Photography Training
Feb
19
6:30 PM18:30

Nexus Photography Training

MONDAYS, February 12th, 19th & 26th

Instructor:  Tomas Leal

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER  

Camera operation, vocabulary and shooting techniques will be covered during three introductory photography sessions led by professional photographer Tomas Leal.

Check out the options below and make sure you sign up early. These sessions are open to the public but pre-registration is highly encouraged as each session will be capped at 10 participants. 

PLEASE NOTE:  You must be willing and able to attend all 3 sessions.

Each session will include a a short lecture or demonstration, creative practice and time for questions and answers.

This event is made possible through the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

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Photography 101
Feb
19
6:30 PM18:30

Photography 101

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                                                                                          Nexus

Photography Skill Building Workshops

MONDAYS, February 12th, 19th & 26th

Instructor:  Tomas Leal

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER  

Camera operation, vocabulary and shooting techniques will be covered during three introductory photography sessions led by professional photographer Tomas Leal.

Check out the options below and make sure you sign up early. These sessions are open to the public but pre-registration is highly encouraged as each session will be capped at 10 participants. 

PLEASE NOTE:  You must be willing and able to attend all 3 sessions.

Each session will include a a short lecture or demonstration, creative practice and time for questions and answers.

This event is made possible through the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

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Garage Arts
Feb
20
6:30 PM18:30

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Nikol Dowls, Melissa Vang and Sadie Jones 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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Digital Me
Feb
21
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Nexus Filmmaking Training
Feb
21
6:30 PM18:30

Nexus Filmmaking Training

Wednesdays:  February 14, 21, 28

FILMMAKING BASICS
Instructor:  Touchaingkong Yang

Learn the basic elements of DSLR camera use, sound recording, and vocabulary.  Participants will build and expand their knowledge of the digital film process, and build a foundation for visual expression through moving images.

These sessions are open to the public but pre-registration is highly encouraged as each session will be capped at 10 participants.  

Each session will include a short lecture or demonstration, creative practice and time for questions and answers.

PLEASE NOTE: You must be willing and able to attend both sessions.

This event is made possible through the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

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Karen Stories
Feb
24
12:00 PM12:00

Karen Stories

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                                                            Karen Stories

Digital Storytelling with Karen family living in the North End

Learn the art of telling family stories through film and video.  Learns hands on camera techniques from IP artists Sai Thao, Thaw Hso and Melissa Vang as you learn to craft your own stories.

Everyone is welcome, however emphasis is placed on immigrant families.

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

 

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Digital Me
Feb
26
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Copy of Nexus Photography Training
Feb
26
6:30 PM18:30

Copy of Nexus Photography Training

MONDAYS, February 12th, 19th & 26th

Instructor:  Tomas Leal

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER  

Camera operation, vocabulary and shooting techniques will be covered during three introductory photography sessions led by professional photographer Tomas Leal.

Check out the options below and make sure you sign up early. These sessions are open to the public but pre-registration is highly encouraged as each session will be capped at 10 participants. 

PLEASE NOTE:  You must be willing and able to attend all 3 sessions.

Each session will include a a short lecture or demonstration, creative practice and time for questions and answers.

This event is made possible through the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

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Garage Arts
Feb
27
6:30 PM18:30

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Nikol Dowls, Melissa Vang and Sadie Jones 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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Digital Me
Feb
28
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Nexus Filmmaking Training
Feb
28
6:30 PM18:30

Nexus Filmmaking Training

Wednesdays:  February 14, 21, 28

FILMMAKING BASICS
Instructor:  Touchaingkong Yang

Learn the basic elements of DSLR camera use, sound recording, and vocabulary.  Participants will build and expand their knowledge of the digital film process, and build a foundation for visual expression through moving images.

These sessions are open to the public but pre-registration is highly encouraged as each session will be capped at 10 participants.  

Each session will include a short lecture or demonstration, creative practice and time for questions and answers.

PLEASE NOTE: You must be willing and able to attend both sessions.

This event is made possible through the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

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Karen Stories
Mar
3
12:00 PM12:00

Karen Stories

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                                                            Karen Stories

Digital Storytelling with Karen family living in the North End

Learn the art of telling family stories through film and video.  Learns hands on camera techniques from IP artists Sai Thao, Thaw Hso and Melissa Vang as you learn to craft your own stories.

Everyone is welcome, however emphasis is placed on immigrant families.

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

 

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Family Portraits
Mar
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.

CLICK HERE to register and save your spot!

View Event →
Digital Me
Mar
5
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Garage Arts
Mar
6
6:30 PM18:30

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Nikol Dowls, Melissa Vang and Sadie Jones 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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Digital Me
Mar
7
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Film Mentorships
Mar
7
6:30 PM18:30

Film Mentorships

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                                                                                                                      Nexus

Professional Film Mentorships

WEDNESDAYS:  MARCH 7TH - APRIL 11TH, 2018   6:30-8PM

Instructor:  KANG VANG

 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER  

Hone your skills in the art of narrative film creation, screenwriting and production planning from leading Minnesota filmmaker Kang Vang.  This mentorship series is dedicated pushing career minded artists from story concept into a tangible action plan.

Mentorships are designed to provide intensive critique and guidance to NEXUS participants seeking to advance their aesthetic storytelling ability. 

Mentorships are rigorous and require a commitment to attending 6 sessions. General activities focus on participant presentation, critique and practice in writing and production planning.

In order to participate in mentorship sessions you must first meet with NEXUS staff and develop a set of concrete learning goals that you will work on during the mentorship.   

These sessions are open to the public but pre-registration is required.  Each session will be capped at 8 participants.  

This event is made possible through the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

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Nexus Music Collaborations
Mar
8
6:30 PM18:30

Nexus Music Collaborations

THURSDAYS: MARCH 8TH - APRIL 12TH, 2018
Instructors: Vong Lee, Schoua Na Vang & CASSIE MCDUFFIE

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER  

This is the place to be to develop your skills as a practicing spoken word artist, singer, sound engineer or beat maker. Come together and learn from some amazing musicians. Share, collaborate, and create.

Mentorships are designed to provide intensive critique and guidance to NEXUS participants seeking to advance their aesthetic storytelling ability.

Mentorships are rigorous and require a commitment to attending 6 sessions. General activities focus on participant presentation, critique and practice in writing and production planning.

In order to participate in mentorship sessions you must first meet with NEXUS staff and develop a set of concrete learning goals that you will work on during mentorship.

These sessions are open to the public but pre-registration is required as each session will be capped at 12 participants. 

This event is made possible through the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

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Karen Stories
Mar
10
12:00 PM12:00

Karen Stories

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                                                            Karen Stories

Digital Storytelling with Karen family living in the North End

Learn the art of telling family stories through film and video.  Learns hands on camera techniques from IP artists Sai Thao, Thaw Hso and Melissa Vang as you learn to craft your own stories.

Everyone is welcome, however emphasis is placed on immigrant families.

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

 

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Digital Me
Mar
12
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Garage Arts
Mar
13
6:30 PM18:30

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Nikol Dowls, Melissa Vang and Sadie Jones 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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Digital Me
Mar
14
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Word of Mouth
Mar
14
6:30 PM18:30

Word of Mouth

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Word of Mouth

Open Mic Event

Come and share your poetry, songs, and stories as In Progress Word of Mouth Open Mic Event.  Everyone is welcome in this safe place to practice up your performance skills.  

This month's Word of Mouth will take place at In Progress.

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

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Film Mentorships
Mar
14
6:30 PM18:30

Film Mentorships

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                                                                                                                      Nexus

Professional Film Mentorships

WEDNESDAYS:  MARCH 7TH - APRIL 11TH, 2018   6:30-8PM

Instructor:  KANG VANG

 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER  

Hone your skills in the art of narrative film creation, screenwriting and production planning from leading Minnesota filmmaker Kang Vang.  This mentorship series is dedicated pushing career minded artists from story concept into a tangible action plan.

Mentorships are designed to provide intensive critique and guidance to NEXUS participants seeking to advance their aesthetic storytelling ability. 

Mentorships are rigorous and require a commitment to attending 6 sessions. General activities focus on participant presentation, critique and practice in writing and production planning.

In order to participate in mentorship sessions you must first meet with NEXUS staff and develop a set of concrete learning goals that you will work on during the mentorship.   

These sessions are open to the public but pre-registration is required.  Each session will be capped at 8 participants.  

This event is made possible through the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

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Nexus Music Collaborations
Mar
15
6:30 PM18:30

Nexus Music Collaborations

THURSDAYS: MARCH 8TH - APRIL 12TH, 2018
Instructors: Vong Lee, Schoua Na Vang & Cassie McDuffie

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER  

This is the place to be to develop your skills as a practicing spoken word artist, singer, sound engineer or beat maker. Come together and learn from some amazing musicians. Share, collaborate, and create.

Mentorships are designed to provide intensive critique and guidance to NEXUS participants seeking to advance their aesthetic storytelling ability.

Mentorships are rigorous and require a commitment to attending 6 sessions. General activities focus on participant presentation, critique and practice in writing and production planning.

In order to participate in mentorship sessions you must first meet with NEXUS staff and develop a set of concrete learning goals that you will work on during mentorship.

These sessions are open to the public but pre-registration is required as each session will be capped at 12 participants. 

This event is made possible through the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

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Karen Stories
Mar
17
12:00 PM12:00

Karen Stories

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                                                            Karen Stories

Digital Storytelling with Karen family living in the North End

Learn the art of telling family stories through film and video.  Learns hands on camera techniques from IP artists Sai Thao, Thaw Hso and Melissa Vang as you learn to craft your own stories.

Everyone is welcome, however emphasis is placed on immigrant families.

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

 

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Digital Me
Mar
19
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Garage Arts
Mar
20
6:30 PM18:30

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Nikol Dowls, Melissa Vang and Sadie Jones 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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Digital Me
Mar
21
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Film Mentorships
Mar
21
6:30 PM18:30

Film Mentorships

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                                                                                                                      Nexus

Professional Film Mentorships

WEDNESDAYS:  MARCH 7TH - APRIL 11TH, 2018   6:30-8PM

Instructor:  KANG VANG

 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER  

Hone your skills in the art of narrative film creation, screenwriting and production planning from leading Minnesota filmmaker Kang Vang.  This mentorship series is dedicated pushing career minded artists from story concept into a tangible action plan.

Mentorships are designed to provide intensive critique and guidance to NEXUS participants seeking to advance their aesthetic storytelling ability. 

Mentorships are rigorous and require a commitment to attending 6 sessions. General activities focus on participant presentation, critique and practice in writing and production planning.

In order to participate in mentorship sessions you must first meet with NEXUS staff and develop a set of concrete learning goals that you will work on during the mentorship.   

These sessions are open to the public but pre-registration is required.  Each session will be capped at 8 participants.  

This event is made possible through the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

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Music Collaborations
Mar
22
6:30 PM18:30

Music Collaborations

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                                                                                                                                                      Nexus

Music Collaborations & Mentorship

THURSDAYS: MARCH 8TH - APRIL 12TH, 2018
Instructors: Vong Lee, Schoua Na Vang & Cassie McDuffie

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER  

This is the place to be to develop your skills as a practicing spoken word artist, singer, sound engineer or beat maker. Come together and learn from some amazing musicians. Share, collaborate, and create.

Mentorships are designed to provide intensive critique and guidance to NEXUS participants seeking to advance their aesthetic storytelling ability.

Mentorships are rigorous and require a commitment to attending 6 sessions. General activities focus on participant presentation, critique and practice in writing and production planning.

In order to participate in mentorship sessions you must first meet with NEXUS staff and develop a set of concrete learning goals that you will work on during mentorship.

These sessions are open to the public but pre-registration is required as each session will be capped at 12 participants. 

This event is made possible through the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

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Karen Stories
Mar
24
12:00 PM12:00

Karen Stories

Learn the art of telling family stories through film and video.  Learns hands on camera techniques from IP artists Sai Thao, Thaw Hso and Melissa Vang as you learn to craft your own stories.

Everyone is welcome, however emphasis is placed on immigrant families.

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

 

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Karen Stories
Mar
24
12:00 PM12:00

Karen Stories

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                                                            Karen Stories

Digital Storytelling with Karen family living in the North End

Learn the art of telling family stories through film and video.  Learns hands on camera techniques from IP artists Sai Thao, Thaw Hso and Melissa Vang as you learn to craft your own stories.

Everyone is welcome, however emphasis is placed on immigrant families.

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

 

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Digital Me
Mar
26
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Garage Arts
Mar
27
6:30 PM18:30

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Nikol Dowls, Melissa Vang and Sadie Jones 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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Digital Me
Mar
28
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Film Mentorships
Mar
28
6:30 PM18:30

Film Mentorships

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                                                                                                                      Nexus

Professional Film Mentorships

WEDNESDAYS:  MARCH 7TH - APRIL 11TH, 2018   6:30-8PM

Instructor:  KANG VANG

 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER  

Hone your skills in the art of narrative film creation, screenwriting and production planning from leading Minnesota filmmaker Kang Vang.  This mentorship series is dedicated pushing career minded artists from story concept into a tangible action plan.

Mentorships are designed to provide intensive critique and guidance to NEXUS participants seeking to advance their aesthetic storytelling ability. 

Mentorships are rigorous and require a commitment to attending 6 sessions. General activities focus on participant presentation, critique and practice in writing and production planning.

In order to participate in mentorship sessions you must first meet with NEXUS staff and develop a set of concrete learning goals that you will work on during the mentorship.   

These sessions are open to the public but pre-registration is required.  Each session will be capped at 8 participants.  

This event is made possible through the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

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Nexus Music Collaborations
Mar
29
6:30 PM18:30

Nexus Music Collaborations

THURSDAYS: MARCH 8TH - APRIL 12TH, 2018
Instructors: Vong Lee, Schoua Na Vang & Cassie McDuffie

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER  

This is the place to be to develop your skills as a practicing spoken word artist, singer, sound engineer or beat maker. Come together and learn from some amazing musicians. Share, collaborate, and create.

Mentorships are designed to provide intensive critique and guidance to NEXUS participants seeking to advance their aesthetic storytelling ability.

Mentorships are rigorous and require a commitment to attending 6 sessions. General activities focus on participant presentation, critique and practice in writing and production planning.

In order to participate in mentorship sessions you must first meet with NEXUS staff and develop a set of concrete learning goals that you will work on during mentorship.

These sessions are open to the public but pre-registration is required as each session will be capped at 12 participants. 

This event is made possible through the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

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Karen Stories
Mar
31
12:00 PM12:00

Karen Stories

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                                                                                                                              Karen Stories

Digital Storytelling with Karen Families from the North End

Learn the art of telling family stories through film and video.  Learns hands on camera techniques from IP artists Sai Thao, Thaw Hso and Melissa Vang as you learn to craft your own stories.

Everyone is welcome, however emphasis is placed on immigrant families.

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

 

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Family Portraits
Apr
1
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.

CLICK HERE to register and save your spot!

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Digital Me
Apr
2
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Garage Arts
Apr
3
6:30 PM18:30

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Nikol Dowls, Melissa Vang and Sadie Jones 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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Digital Me
Apr
4
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Film Mentorships
Apr
4
6:30 PM18:30

Film Mentorships

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                                                                                                                      Nexus

Professional Film Mentorships

WEDNESDAYS:  MARCH 7TH - APRIL 11TH, 2018   6:30-8PM

Instructor:  KANG VANG

 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER  

Hone your skills in the art of narrative film creation, screenwriting and production planning from leading Minnesota filmmaker Kang Vang.  This mentorship series is dedicated pushing career minded artists from story concept into a tangible action plan.

Mentorships are designed to provide intensive critique and guidance to NEXUS participants seeking to advance their aesthetic storytelling ability. 

Mentorships are rigorous and require a commitment to attending 6 sessions. General activities focus on participant presentation, critique and practice in writing and production planning.

In order to participate in mentorship sessions you must first meet with NEXUS staff and develop a set of concrete learning goals that you will work on during the mentorship.   

These sessions are open to the public but pre-registration is required.  Each session will be capped at 8 participants.  

This event is made possible through the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

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Nexus Music Collaborations
Apr
5
6:30 PM18:30

Nexus Music Collaborations

THURSDAYS: MARCH 8TH - APRIL 12TH, 2018
Instructors: Vong Lee, Schoua Na Vang & Cassie McDuffie

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER  

This is the place to be to develop your skills as a practicing spoken word artist, singer, sound engineer or beat maker. Come together and learn from some amazing musicians. Share, collaborate, and create.

Mentorships are designed to provide intensive critique and guidance to NEXUS participants seeking to advance their aesthetic storytelling ability.

Mentorships are rigorous and require a commitment to attending 6 sessions. General activities focus on participant presentation, critique and practice in writing and production planning.

In order to participate in mentorship sessions you must first meet with NEXUS staff and develop a set of concrete learning goals that you will work on during mentorship.

These sessions are open to the public but pre-registration is required as each session will be capped at 12 participants. 

This event is made possible through the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

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Karen Stories
Apr
7
12:00 PM12:00

Karen Stories

Learn the art of telling family stories through film and video.  Learns hands on camera techniques from IP artists Sai Thao, Thaw Hso and Melissa Vang as you learn to craft your own stories.

Everyone is welcome, however emphasis is placed on immigrant families.

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

 

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Fresh Voices Exhibit Planning
Apr
8
1:00 PM13:00

Fresh Voices Exhibit Planning

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Fresh Voices

Exhibit Planning

Please join as we review the artwork from past programs and begin putting plans together for where exhibits will take place throughout the Crookston area.  IP artist Kristine Sorensen will work with past participants, family members and community leaders to determine a spring summer strategy for placing artwork, video stories and more throughout the community that continues to raise the visibility of Latinos in the northwest region of Minnesota.


SUNDAY - APRIL 8th
Summer Workshop Planning Session
1- 4PM
Crookston Public Library
110 Ash Street, Crookston MN  56716 

 

 

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Copy of Digital Me
Apr
9
2:00 PM14:00

Copy of Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Garage Arts
Apr
10
6:30 PM18:30

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Nikol Dowls, Melissa Vang and Sadie Jones 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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Digital Me
Apr
11
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Film Mentorships
Apr
11
6:30 PM18:30

Film Mentorships

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Professional Film Mentorships

WEDNESDAYS:  MARCH 7TH - APRIL 11TH, 2018   6:30-8PM

Instructor:  KANG VANG

 

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER  

Hone your skills in the art of narrative film creation, screenwriting and production planning from leading Minnesota filmmaker Kang Vang.  This mentorship series is dedicated pushing career minded artists from story concept into a tangible action plan.

Mentorships are designed to provide intensive critique and guidance to NEXUS participants seeking to advance their aesthetic storytelling ability. 

Mentorships are rigorous and require a commitment to attending 6 sessions. General activities focus on participant presentation, critique and practice in writing and production planning.

In order to participate in mentorship sessions you must first meet with NEXUS staff and develop a set of concrete learning goals that you will work on during the mentorship.   

These sessions are open to the public but pre-registration is required.  Each session will be capped at 8 participants.  

This event is made possible through the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

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Nexus Music Collaborations
Apr
12
6:30 PM18:30

Nexus Music Collaborations

THURSDAYS: MARCH 8TH - APRIL 12TH, 2018
Instructors: Vong Lee, Schoua Na Vang & Cassie McDuffie

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER  

This is the place to be to develop your skills as a practicing spoken word artist, singer, sound engineer or beat maker. Come together and learn from some amazing musicians. Share, collaborate, and create.

Mentorships are designed to provide intensive critique and guidance to NEXUS participants seeking to advance their aesthetic storytelling ability.

Mentorships are rigorous and require a commitment to attending 6 sessions. General activities focus on participant presentation, critique and practice in writing and production planning.

In order to participate in mentorship sessions you must first meet with NEXUS staff and develop a set of concrete learning goals that you will work on during mentorship.

These sessions are open to the public but pre-registration is required as each session will be capped at 12 participants. 

This event is made possible through the generous support of the McKnight Foundation.

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Karen Stories
Apr
14
12:00 PM12:00

Karen Stories

Learn the art of telling family stories through film and video.  Learns hands on camera techniques from IP artists Sai Thao, Thaw Hso and Melissa Vang as you learn to craft your own stories.

Everyone is welcome, however emphasis is placed on immigrant families.

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

 

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Word of Mouth
Apr
14
6:30 PM18:30

Word of Mouth

Come and share your poetry, songs, and stories as In Progress Word of Mouth Open Mic Event.  Everyone is welcome in this safe place to practice up your performance skills.  

This month's Word of Mouth will take place at Rice Street Teen Zone

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

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Digital Me
Apr
16
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Garage Arts
Apr
17
6:30 PM18:30

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Nikol Dowls, Melissa Vang and Sadie Jones 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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Digital Me
Apr
18
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Karen Stories
Apr
21
12:00 PM12:00

Karen Stories

Learn the art of telling family stories through film and video.  Learns hands on camera techniques from IP artists Sai Thao, Thaw Hso and Melissa Vang as you learn to craft your own stories.

Everyone is welcome, however emphasis is placed on immigrant families.

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

 

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Digital Journeys Spring Gathering
Apr
22
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Journeys Spring Gathering

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Artist Gathering

Please join us as we bring our newest In Progress artists together to present their artwork and web portfolios and share their experiences as developing media artists. 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:

SUNDAY, Apri 22, 2018

2-4PM

A DELICIOUS MEAL 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 2017 & 2018 by the FR Bigelow Foundation, Best Buy Childrens Foundation and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council Arts Learning Program.

The gathering will take place:

SUNDAY, October 29, 2017

2-4PM

A DELICIOUS MEAL WILL BE PROVIDED

 

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Digital Me
Apr
23
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Garage Arts
Apr
24
6:30 PM18:30

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Nikol Dowls, Melissa Vang and Sadie Jones 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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Digital Me
Apr
25
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Karen Stories
Apr
28
12:00 PM12:00

Karen Stories

Learn the art of telling family stories through film and video.  Learns hands on camera techniques from IP artists Sai Thao, Thaw Hso and Melissa Vang as you learn to craft your own stories.

Everyone is welcome, however emphasis is placed on immigrant families.

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

 

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Digital Me
Apr
30
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Digital Me

Artists Teaching Digital Storytelling in Schools

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe will work with students from Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling January - May, 2018.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Garage Arts
May
1
6:30 PM18:30

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Nikol Dowls, Melissa Vang and Sadie Jones 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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Karen Stories
May
5
12:00 PM12:00

Karen Stories

Learn the art of telling family stories through film and video.  Learns hands on camera techniques from IP artists Sai Thao, Thaw Hso and Melissa Vang as you learn to craft your own stories.

Everyone is welcome, however emphasis is placed on immigrant families.

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

 

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Free Family Portraits
May
6
2:00 PM14:00

Free 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.

CLICK HERE to register and save your spot!

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Digital Me
May
7
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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Digital Me

Artists Teaching The Arts of Digital Storytelling

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe works with middle school students at Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling October - May, 2017.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Digital Me
May
9
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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Digital Me

Artists Teaching The Arts of Digital Storytelling

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe works with middle school students at Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling October - May, 2017.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Karen Stories
May
12
12:00 PM12:00

Karen Stories

Learn the art of telling family stories through film and video.  Learns hands on camera techniques from IP artists Sai Thao, Thaw Hso and Melissa Vang as you learn to craft your own stories.

Everyone is welcome, however emphasis is placed on immigrant families.

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

 

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Digital Me - Highland Park Middle School
May
14
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me - Highland Park Middle School

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Digital Me

Artists Teaching The Arts of Digital Storytelling

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe works with middle school students at Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling October - May, 2017.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Garage Arts
May
15
6:30 PM18:30

Garage Arts

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Garage Arts

Exploratory Creative Arts Experiences for Teens

IP artists Nikol Dowls, Melissa Vang and Sadie Jones 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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Digital Me
May
16
2:00 PM14:00

Digital Me

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Digital Me

Artists Teaching The Arts of Digital Storytelling

In Progress Artist Tiana LaPointe works with middle school students at Highland Park Middle School, teaching the art of digital storytelling October - May, 2017.  Students learn how to work with cameras, craft stories and edit.  Completed artwork is then shared with their fellow students.   

Monday & Wednesdays 2-4PM

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

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Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop
Jun
4
12:00 PM12:00

Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop

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Digital Storytelling in Nett Lake Village

Participants will work to identify themes that explore issues important to those living in Nett Lake Village. The week will be dedicated to project planning, learning in photography, sound, video and the creation of stories.  Completed artwork will be presented in exhibits throughout the region. The workshop is open to the public but is dedicated to youth that are enrolled members.  If you want to join, please register at the link above.


MONDAY - FRIDAY

  • June 4 - 8, 2018
  • 12PM - 3PM and BEYOND
  • Nett Lake Community Center

Sponsored by KBFT Radio & the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop
Jun
5
12:00 PM12:00

Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop

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                                                        Living Histories

Digital Storytelling in Nett Lake Village

Participants will work to identify themes that explore issues important to those living in Nett Lake Village. The week will be dedicated to project planning, learning in photography, sound, video and the creation of stories.  Completed artwork will be presented in exhibits throughout the region. The workshop is open to the public but is dedicated to youth that are enrolled members.  If you want to join, please register at the link above.


MONDAY - FRIDAY

  • June 4 - 8, 2018
  • 12PM - 3PM and BEYOND
  • Nett Lake Community Center

Sponsored by KBFT Radio & the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop
Jun
6
12:00 PM12:00

Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop

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                                                        Living Histories

Digital Storytelling in Nett Lake Village

Participants will work to identify themes that explore issues important to those living in Nett Lake Village. The week will be dedicated to project planning, learning in photography, sound, video and the creation of stories.  Completed artwork will be presented in exhibits throughout the region. The workshop is open to the public but is dedicated to youth that are enrolled members.  If you want to join, please register at the link above.


MONDAY - FRIDAY

  • June 4 - 8, 2018
  • 12PM - 3PM and BEYOND
  • Nett Lake Community Center

Sponsored by KBFT Radio & the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop
Jun
7
12:00 PM12:00

Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop

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                                                        Living Histories

Digital Storytelling in Nett Lake Village

Participants will work to identify themes that explore issues important to those living in Nett Lake Village. The week will be dedicated to project planning, learning in photography, sound, video and the creation of stories.  Completed artwork will be presented in exhibits throughout the region. The workshop is open to the public but is dedicated to youth that are enrolled members.  If you want to join, please register at the link above.


MONDAY - FRIDAY

  • June 4 - 8, 2018
  • 12PM - 3PM and BEYOND
  • Nett Lake Community Center

Sponsored by KBFT Radio & the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop
Jun
8
12:00 PM12:00

Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop

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                                                        Living Histories

Digital Storytelling in Nett Lake Village

Participants will work to identify themes that explore issues important to those living in Nett Lake Village. The week will be dedicated to project planning, learning in photography, sound, video and the creation of stories.  Completed artwork will be presented in exhibits throughout the region. The workshop is open to the public but is dedicated to youth that are enrolled members.  If you want to join, please register at the link above.


MONDAY - FRIDAY

  • June 4 - 8, 2018
  • 12PM - 3PM and BEYOND
  • Nett Lake Community Center

Sponsored by KBFT Radio & the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop
Jun
11
12:00 PM12:00

Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop

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                                                                                                 Living Histories

Digital Storytelling in Lake Vermillion

Participants will work as a group to identify themes that explore issues important to those living in the Lake Vermillion community  The week will be dedicated to project planning, learning in photography, sound, video and the creation of stories and images.  Completed artwork will be presented in exhibits throughout the region.  The workshop is open to the public but is dedicated to youth that are enrolled members.


MONDAY - FRIDAY

  • June 11 - 15, 2018
  • 12PM - 3PM and BEYOND
  • Nett Lake Community Center

sponsored by KBFT Radio & the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop
Jun
12
12:00 PM12:00

Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop

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                                                                                                 Living Histories

Digital Storytelling in Lake Vermillion

Participants will work as a group to identify themes that explore issues important to those living in the Lake Vermillion community  The week will be dedicated to project planning, learning in photography, sound, video and the creation of stories and images.  Completed artwork will be presented in exhibits throughout the region.  The workshop is open to the public but is dedicated to youth that are enrolled members.


MONDAY - FRIDAY

  • June 11 - 15, 2018
  • 12PM - 3PM and BEYOND
  • Nett Lake Community Center

sponsored by KBFT Radio & the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop
Jun
13
12:00 PM12:00

Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop

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                                                                                                 Living Histories

Digital Storytelling in Lake Vermillion

Participants will work as a group to identify themes that explore issues important to those living in the Lake Vermillion community  The week will be dedicated to project planning, learning in photography, sound, video and the creation of stories and images.  Completed artwork will be presented in exhibits throughout the region.  The workshop is open to the public but is dedicated to youth that are enrolled members.


MONDAY - FRIDAY

  • June 11 - 15, 2018
  • 12PM - 3PM and BEYOND
  • Nett Lake Community Center

sponsored by KBFT Radio & the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop
Jun
14
12:00 PM12:00

Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop

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                                                                                                 Living Histories

Digital Storytelling in Lake Vermillion

Participants will work as a group to identify themes that explore issues important to those living in the Lake Vermillion community  The week will be dedicated to project planning, learning in photography, sound, video and the creation of stories and images.  Completed artwork will be presented in exhibits throughout the region.  The workshop is open to the public but is dedicated to youth that are enrolled members.


MONDAY - FRIDAY

  • June 11 - 15, 2018
  • 12PM - 3PM and BEYOND
  • Nett Lake Community Center

sponsored by KBFT Radio & the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop
Jun
15
12:00 PM12:00

Living Histories Digital Storytelling Workshop

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                                                                                                 Living Histories

Digital Storytelling in Lake Vermillion

Participants will work as a group to identify themes that explore issues important to those living in the Lake Vermillion community  The week will be dedicated to project planning, learning in photography, sound, video and the creation of stories and images.  Completed artwork will be presented in exhibits throughout the region.  The workshop is open to the public but is dedicated to youth that are enrolled members.


MONDAY - FRIDAY

  • June 11 - 15, 2018
  • 12PM - 3PM and BEYOND
  • Nett Lake Community Center

sponsored by KBFT Radio & the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Fresh Voices Portraiture Intensive
Jun
23
1:00 PM13:00

Fresh Voices Portraiture Intensive

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                          Fresh Voices

Portraiture Intensive with Xavier Tavera 6.23.18 -6.24.18

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. 

SATURDAY 1PM - 5PM

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

 

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Fresh Voices Portraiture Intensive
Jun
24
11:00 AM11:00

Fresh Voices Portraiture Intensive

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                          Fresh Voices

Portraiture Intensive with Xavier Tavera 6.23.18 & 6.24.18

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 Arts Workshop
Jul
9
1:00 PM13:00

Fresh Voices Digital Arts 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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Fresh Voices Digital Arts Workshop
Jul
10
1:00 PM13:00

Fresh Voices Digital Arts 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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Fresh Voices Digital Artmaking Workshop
Jul
11
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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Fresh Voices Digital Artmaking Workshop
Jul
12
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
13
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
16
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
17
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
18
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
19
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
20
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
23
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
24
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
25
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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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
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 Exhibit Intensive
Aug
18
1:00 PM13:00

Fresh Voices Exhibit Intensive

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Exhibit Intensive with Tomas Leal  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 Exhibit Intensive
Aug
19
11:00 AM11:00

Fresh Voices Exhibit Intensive

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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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