event Calendar

  • Fri
    19
    Sep
    2014

    We will launch the new website on September 19, 2014. Watch for more upcoming events.

  • Wed
    24
    Sep
    2014
    5:30 - 7 pmPillsbury House & Theater, 3501 Chicago Avenue S., Minneapolis

    A talk and discussion with Ann Markusen on Arts and the Economy and artist-led community engagements

  • Fri
    26
    Sep
    2014
  • Thu
    02
    Oct
    2014
    6:00 pmWalker Art Center

    Creative City Road Map artists, Keegan Xavi and Chrys Carroll, will have surveys and opportunities to engage with the Creative City Road Map at the event!

  • Mon
    13
    Oct
    2014
    4:00pm - 7:00pmMinneapolis American Indian Center

    Please join us on Monday, October 13th from 4:00pm - 7:00pm at the Minneapolis American Indian Center to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day! This past April, Minneapolis became the first city in Minnesota to change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day.

    Creative City Road Map artist, Keegan Xavi, will be at the event to have conversations with attendees about the Creative City Road Map and will have surveys for anyone interested to fill out.

    There will be a community meal with indigenous foods from throughout North and South America provided by Native chefs Sean Sherman and Cheo Smith, a film screening of "Women Are Sacred," by bfreshproductions, community speakers and cultural performances.

    The first 500 people will receive Indigenous Peoples Day t-shirts and the first 250 people will receive a limited edition silk screened poster.

    This event is free and open to the public. Please invite your colleagues, family and friends! We look forward to honoring and celebrating the decades of hard work to achieve this historic community victory.

  • Sun
    26
    Oct
    2014
    5-8 PMSouth Minneapolis Private Residence

    Led by artists Chrys Carroll and Keegan Xavi, artists and community members will gather together at a private home in South Minneapolis for dinner, discussion and creative engagement as they collectively visualize their creative city.

  • Fri
    07
    Nov
    2014
    noon - 7 PMPowderhorn Park Building, 3400 15th Avenue S, Minneapolis

    The Creative City Road Map survey and Creative City cards will be available at Powerdhorn Horn Empty Bowls. Hope to see you there!

  • Wed
    12
    Nov
    2014
    7 PM - 11 PMHoney, 205 E Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55414

    Join Creative City Road Map artists Chrys Carroll & Keegan Xavi on Wednesday, November 12, 7-11 pm for a night of live painting, performances by local artists and dancing with a live DJ. Admission is FREE. Complete a Creative City Road Map survey and get a free food ticket! Catering provided by Ginger Hop. For more information about the Creative City Road Map project, please visit creativeminneapolis.org. The event is 18+.

  • Fri
    14
    Nov
    2014
    8 PM -midnight Café Southside, 3405 Chicago Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55407

    The Creative City Road Map team will be at a zine release party by Adrienne Doyle. Enjoy a DJ and food,  and fill out a survey! Community mural making!

     

  • Wed
    19
    Nov
    2014
    6-8 PMWhole Music Club, Coffman Memorial Union, UofM

    Come join the Creative City Road Map team for poetry circles and explorations of our shared creative Minneapolis.

    'The Blacker The Berry ...' "I grew up hearing that expression. And I know a lot of brown women in the United States have too," says Shá Cage, project curator. This powerful multidisciplinary performance and companion visual art exhibit at Intermedia Arts features performance and visual artwork by over 50 women of color.
    "The phrase 'The Blacker the Berry...' creates a cultural focal point for us to explore existing social meanings of the metaphor's negative and positive inferences, cultural images and associations. "When women begin to share places of connectivity, they break through isolation to discover healing, nurturing, networking, and critical sharing." That is The Blacker The Berry.

    Wednesday's event is presented by The department of Gender, Women, Sexuality Studies and African American Studies in partnership with SHE, a student group for women of color on campus.  Women from the Blacker the Berry performance will presented a Pop Up Performance that will serve as a point of departure for the discussion around 'The Decolonized Brown Body.'  The discussion will be interactive and facilitated. There will also be early event 'City Road Map' engagement around the role of arts & economy in Minneapolis.

    The event is free and open to the public.

  • Wed
    19
    Nov
    2014
    8 PM - midnightIcehouse, 2528 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55404

    Please join us for a FREE concert at the Icehouse November 19th entitled Stay Awake: Building Power Post election. The goal of the night is to celebrate all of the hard work from hundreds of volunteers, organizers and everyday leaders to build power for Racial and Economic justice in Minnesota while talking about how we stay awake aware and engaged for the long haul.

    Through The Wellstone Organizing Fellows Program, Minnesota Voices, and We Vote MN, leaders in communities of color have been working tirelessly to register, inform and mobilize community members to use the polls to make their voices heard; and now that the dust has settled after the elections we know that our real work is just beginning. On November 19th we will be sharing good music, food, drink and joy to re-charge for the road ahead, please join us!  With a  powerhouse line up of Greg Grease, Maria Isa, The Lioness and Muja Messiah and DJ’s Toda and King Otto on the wheels this is sure to be a night to remember.

    Please spread this message far and wide. We want to show our power to ourselves.

    Maria Isa

    Greg Grease

    Lioness

    Muja Messiah

    Hosts -  Master Mind & Tish Jones

    DJs - DJ Toda & King Otto

     

  • Sat
    22
    Nov
    2014
    8 PM - midnightPillsbury House and Theater

    Come engage with Creative City Road Map artists at Late night this week. At the Non English Speaking Spoken Here: The Late Nite Series, curators e.g. bailey and Laurie Carlos bring some of the best interdisciplinary performers from New York and Minnesota together to explore the cross-currents of contemporary culture through music and sound, text and images, and movement and dance.

    When you attend a Late Nite performance, you're part of a family and every good family has a good meal. That's why we always serve up great food before you digest some amazing art. Be sure to bring your appetite when you join us for Late Nite. Food from local chefs served at no extra charge starting at 8 pm in the lobby where audiences can mingle with artists before the show.

  • Sat
    06
    Dec
    2014
    1:30 pmWalker Art Center

    The congressman will be fielding questions and facilitating a conversation about the role of the arts, museums, and other local cultural institutions in building and supporting thriving communities. Participants will be asked to complete Creative City Roadmap surveys and share their thoughts about Minneapolis' creative economy.

  • Sun
    14
    Dec
    2014
    3:30 pmThird Place Gallery in South Minneapolis at 3730 Chicago Ave S
    • Spotlighting Underground Artists
    • Theater, Music, Visual Arts, Mingling,
    • Arts Engagement & Creative City Road Map surveying
  • Sun
    21
    Dec
    2014
    3:30 pmVisions Studios at 1506 Nicolett Avenue
    • Spotlighting Immigrant voices
    • Poetry, Music, Visual Arts, Mingling,
    • Arts Engagement & Creative City Road Map surveying
  • Sun
    21
    Dec
    2014
    6:00 pmCafe Southside, 3405 Chicago Ave S, Minneapolis

    Come engage with the Creative City Road Map artists at Cafe Southside during the Tantrum Art Collective's holiday happening. For more information visit the event page at:

     

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