To become a major resource in the artistic and social renaissance of Lowertown St. Paul by expanding programming and audience engagement efforts in a new street-level space.
To bring traditional Indian arts into the community by inviting musicians, poets, dancers and storytellers to celebrate Navarathri, the Festival of Nine Nights, in a public celebration.
To celebrate St. Paul Hip-Hop through an arts and music series that draws attention to an often overlooked culture in the city.
To encourage creative expression by creating a space to present high-quality student-produced art events.
To explore race and racism through community workshops that are paired with a museum exhibition, led by Penumbra Theatre Company, and grounded in theater techniques.
To build the Hmong LGBT artist community by creating a studio where artists can create, perform and receive support to creatively share their stories.
To make art more accessible to the Latino community by creating a community radio show and podcast that provides context on local cultural exhibits and events.
To preserve the legacy of St. Paul's architecture by restoring the historical company signs that distinguish Lowertown.
To introduce St. Paul audiences to the tradition of the Indonesian wayang kulit (shadow puppet play), based on traditional stories and current events in Minnesota.
To offer a free monthly music series at this intimate space in Lowertown focused on art forward events.
To showcase the Saint Paul classical music scene during the Art Crawl through performances in art gallery spaces.
To ensure the city is part of the national discourse on contemporary art by showcasing prominent artists at this artist-run exhibition space.