Classes & Workshops

BUSINESS JAMS
Independent Music Collaborative of Central Minnesota (IMCCM) is presenting its first Business Jam, featuring musicians Paul Spring, Carrie Schneider and Pete Johnson.

Business Jam is an event that combines the intimacy of a house concert with the inspirational content of a TEDtalk.

Artists are invited into a space, food is served and socializing leads into a performance. Yet, instead of having the artist share stories relating to their music, they talk about how their business has formed, lessons they have learned, and projects they are working on. Aspiring musicians of all ages are encouraged to participate!

Tuesday, June 19 from 7-9 p.m.
at Pioneer Place Theatre, 22 5th Ave S, St. Cloud
Cost: $10 for Adults, $25 for family of any size

More information about the presenters and to register visit indymusicmn.com/opportunities

BusJams

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2018 Arts Camp
for Educators & Teaching Artists

June 11 & 12, 2018

Check out the 16 workshops that are a part of this summer’s camp to find exciting ways to add depth and variety to your teaching and new pathways that can help all students experience success.

MONDAY, JUNE 11
• 8:30-10:30: Modern Photography Techniques and Uses - Steve Diamond; Confidence and Creativity through drama - Kaaren Johnson
• 10:30-12:20: Awareness Through Movement - Leigh Dillard; Resources, Acivities and Strategies for bringing Art into the classroom - Sheila McGuire and Amanda Lesnikowski 
• 12:30-1:20: Residencies - the how and why - Alicia Peters and Heather Allen, Central MN Arts Board (first 20 sign ups receive a free light boxed lunch).
• 1:30-3:20: Drawing as Foundation - Charles Kapsner;  Inspiring Creativity in Free-verse Poetry For Reluctant Writers to Advanced - Bill Meissner 
• 3:20-5:20: Ceramics, Art and History - Ursala Hargens, Northern Clay Center
• 5:00-9:00: Open Studio

TUESDAY, JUNE 12
• 8:30–10:20: Traditional Somali Songs and Games - Dalmar Yare; Teaching Sketchnotes - Nichole Hahn  
• 10:3-12:20: Using Technology to Support Instruction and Activity in the Classroom  - Nichole Hahn; Teaching for Artistic Behaviors (Background and Practice in a high school setting) Sara Underhill 
• 12:30 – 1:20: Munching with the Museum!  Jamee Yung, Weisman Art Museum – University of Minnesota (first 20 sign ups receive a free light boxed lunch)
• 1:30 – 3:20:  Mental Health in Children and Adolescents – Art Based Interventions - Kristin Kane; Intro to ELLs and Best Practice Through the 90-Second Newberry - Leah Larson, Minnesota Department of Education 
• 4:00 - 6:00: Letterpress Printing (Part-Present-Future)  Join the Revival  - Mary Bruno, Bruno Press 

Graduate level credit for all sessions is available from University of the Pacific at a cost of $62 per credit up to 3 credits per course. Registration forms will be distributed and completed at Arts Camp. More information is available online. CEU’s will also be issued for all of the classes you attend.

Deadline for registration is Wednesday, June 6, but many classes have limited enrollment so register EARLY to ensure a place.

ArtsCamp

Explore the briefs and schedule
and sign up for all the
classes that will help you add
new energy to you and your classroom regardless of your
teaching background

REGISTER BY JUNE 6!
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A registration fee of $50 allows you to take as many of the offerings on Monday and Tuesday, June 11-12


MerchShops at BRUNO PRESS
Hosted by Independent Music Collaborative of Central MN -imccm and Bruno Press
Sat., June 23, 2018 from 1-4 p.m.
Bruno Press, 154 5th Ave SE, Saint Joseph, MN 56374

JOIN US FOR THE FIRST MerchShop, hosted by Local Artist, Mary C Bruno, at her studio, Bruno Press in St. Joseph! The purpose of the event is to make stuff that is cool, discuss how merchandise helps fuel a musician's tank to keep creating, and how to collaborate with other artists to make a local brand for Central Minnesota.

We will discuss:
-- funding sources for future projects
-- how to sell stuff
-- how to collaborate

You will leave with some CD covers and posters after learning the ins and outs of a letter press!

$25 Workshop fees include time, expertise of the facilitators and artist, as well as materials! *Note: If you know Mary, You know this will be a blast!

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$25 includes materials


CMAB Grant Writing Webinar
Contribute to a thriving, collaborative and innovative community through the arts!
Take steps to make creative things happen! Learn how to pursue funding for your (or your organization’s) creative pursuits!!

The Central MN Arts Board offers art grant programs for individuals, arts groups, arts and community organizations, schools and municipalities in Benton, Sherburne, Stearns and Wright counties.

Tuesdays- July 10,17,24 and 31st from 12:30 -2pm

4 sessions, 1.5 hours each

Join Heather Allen, CMAB Program officer for a 4-session webinar designed to take you through the steps of planning an arts grant proposal. The guidance and resources you receive can be used to apply for grant funds in support of your artistic vision.

  • Learn about common mistakes grant writers make and how to avoid them
  • Spend time gathering contacts and resources that will make your project a success
  • Build or strengthen the plan for your creative endeavor
  • Receive guidance and support

This course may serve as an introduction to grant writing, if you have never applied for a grant before, but will also benefit those who already have applied for grants in the past.  Help us to make meaningful and lasting contributions to Region 7W’s cultural fabric.  Join us and take steps to make your artistic vision a reality!


REGISTER
Send an email to media@centralmnartsboard.org
include name and phone number

This webinar is free for any
residents of Region 7W
(Benton, Sherburne, Stearns
or Wright counties). 


Opportunities Presentation
Learn about the 11 different grant opportunities offered by the Central MN Arts Board in Benton, Sherburne, Stearns and Wright counties. Program officer Heather Allen will offer an overview of all of CMAB's grant programs, as well as some general advice for submitting competitive applications. Plenty of time will be allotted for questions.

Wed.,July 11, 2018 from 5:00 - 6:30 pm
at the Great River Regional Library - Bremer Community Room 104

FREE and Open to the Public! No registration necessary!

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