To expand this cooperative that provides daily classes and a mentorship program for the hand printing of original artwork.
To support the Annual Hmong Arts and Music Festival, the only arts focused Hmong festival in the world.
To build understanding of the long invisible, yet vibrant North End community through digital storytelling by local youth and adults.
To help develop local screenwriters through a fellowship competition where all finalists receive mentoring and classes to improve their work
To activate storefronts affected by construction of the Central Corridor Light Rail on University Avenue in St. Paul with site-specific interactive theater productions.
To transform the city's landmarks by having lighting designer Jeff Bartlett turn buildings into kinetic canvases for light, color and drama
To amplify artists' and immigrant business owners' voices along Snelling Avenue through mosaics, graffiti art and paint murals that showcase the neighborhood's stories.
To preserve the art of Somali poetry through a mobile art program offering performances and educational programming.
To support the winners of the 2014 Knight Arts Challenge St. Paul.
To engage community members in developing and executing projects that increase the vibrancy of neighborhoods and commercial districts along the new Central Corridor Green Line
To foster cross-cultural exchange and dialogue among Twin Cities Latino and Asian communities, Teatro del Pueblo and Pangea World Theater will collaborate on a series of new works titled "Latino-Asian Fusion Series"
To support Living Cities and the Integration Initiative, a multidisciplinary focus on both neighborhood and system transformation in five cities, including St. Paul and Detroit