Central MN Arts Board Awards Artist Career Development Grants
At the November meeting, the Central Minnesota Arts Board (CMAB) awarded $24,285 in Artist Career Development grants. The CMAB Artist Career Development program provides funds of up to $3,000 in support of projects, training opportunities and purchases that assist artists in making the next step in their artistic careers. READ MORE
Central MN Arts Board Awards Arts Legacy funds for Artist In Residencies
At the September 14, 2017 meeting, the Central Minnesota Arts Board (CMAB) awarded $14,000 in Arts Legacy funds to four area organizations in support of Artist Residencies.READ MORE
Central MN Arts Board awards Project Grants to area organizations
At the September 14th meeting, the Central Minnesota Arts Board (CMAB) awarded $84,303 in support of fourteen regional arts projects. READ MORE
2017 Creative MN quantifies the impact and needs of Minnesota's artists and creative workers
Creative Minnesota and Minnesota Citizens for the Arts released a new study February 28, 2017 reporting that there are over 104,000 artists and creative workers in Minnesota.
The study also found that the combined economic impact of nonprofit arts organizations, their audiences and artists and creative workers is over $2 billion annually. READ MORE

CMAB Artist Career Develpment Grant recipient builds wood-fired kiln
Johnne Law McMahan talks about the process of building a wood-burning kiln and the result of firing the kiln for the first time. SEE MORE

CMAB interviews artists in Arts and Harmony International Juried Art Show
The Arts in Harmony International Juried Art Show displayed 219 artists' work such as paintings, drawings, sculptures, photography, and sequential art. 39 artists that won an award at the show located in the Sherburne County Government Center February 3rd and March 27th, 2014. SEE MORE

ECFE Nature Explore Center Gateway Public Art by Sue Seeger
In October 2013, Sue attended the Grand Opening of the Nature Explore Center and cut the ribbon to open the Nature Explore Center. Prior to the public art installation the entrance was a weedy, worn, muddy path to a black, powder-coded 6-foot high fence with a standard gate.SEE MORE


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