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2022

Sep

27

Art-Train Agency/Organization Training Registration

Minneapolis, MN

01:00 PM to 04:00 PM

The Art-Train Agency/Organization Training is for staff at government agencies, tribal councils, community non-profits and arts councils of all sizes. For a single fee (waived for Black, Indigenous and People of Color-led community based organizations), participants attend an initial synchronous virtual training session, and then receive one year of ongoing technical assistance through an online resource library and optional bi-weekly drop-in virtual group coaching and networking rooms with Art-Train staff, experts and an expanding network of peers (every other Thursday).


Each 3 hour training includes:

-Understanding federal funding access and approaches

-Impacts of working with local artists

-3 customizable program models to engage local artists

-Tools for equitable collaboration

-Peer networking


Upcoming Training Date:

  • Tuesday, October 25, 1:00-4:00pm CST


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2022

Sep

27

Work of Art: Career Planning, for Rural Artists

Online Event, Minneapolis, MN

06:00 PM to 08:30 PM


Where do you want to be both artistically and professionally? Learn how to define your values, identify key choices and develop a plan to achieve your career goals.

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2022

Sep

28

SBA and FDIC MoneySmart Series - Organization Types

Online Event, Minneapolis, MN

01:00 PM to 02:00 PM


Looking for help starting or managing your small business? We are teaming up with the SBA District Offices in North and South Dakota to offer Money Smart, a small business management series.


The Money Smart Series for Small Business provides a practical introduction to topics related to starting and managing a business. Developed jointly by SBA and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the curriculum consists of 13 modules.


The Organizational Types and Other Considerations for a Small Business module provides an overview of business organizational types and is designed to help participants to understand how selecting the correct organizational type can benefit their business.


Objectives

Identify general characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of each of these organizational types for small businesses:

• Sole proprietorship

• Partnerships (general partnership, limited partnership and limited liability partnership)

• Limited liability company (LLC)

• C-corporation

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2022

Sep

29

Hub Happy Hour

To Be Determined, Minneapolis, MN

04:00 PM to 05:00 PM

An informal Hub Happy Hour takes place every Thursday. Take a break to connect with fellow members of drinks and snacks to wind down your week!

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2022

Oct

01

Work of Art: Portfolio Kit

Online Event, Minneapolis, MN

01:00 PM to 03:30 PM

Your portfolio is the core of your promotional material. Focus on the essential elements: sharpening your artist statement, tailoring your artistic résumé, and selecting and formatting your work samples. Collaborator: Springboard for the Arts. Funded by Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

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2022

Oct

05

Coffee with Terri

Online Event, Minneapolis, MN

11:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Executives are busy! It's hard to schedule 1-1 meetings with everyone, but Katie & Terri love connecting! Get to know our Co-founders, the social impact community and Impact Hub at these monthly coffees.

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2022

Oct

06

Hub Happy Hour

To Be Determined, Minneapolis, MN

04:00 PM to 05:00 PM

An informal Hub Happy Hour takes place every Thursday. Take a break to connect with fellow members of drinks and snacks to wind down your week!

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2022

Oct

08

Work of Art: Marketing

Online Event, Minneapolis, MN

01:00 PM to 03:30 PM


Define your product, discover your target audience, make decisions about how you sell your work, and identify a budget and strategy for your artistic business.



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2022

Oct

11

Art-Train Individual Artist Training

Online Event, Minneapolis, MN

01:00 PM to 04:00 PM


The free Art-Train Individual Artist Training is for artists who are interested in building on their existing skills to collaborate in and with their communities through their local agencies, non-profits, and arts councils. Artists will deepen practices around creative problem solving, equitable community engagement, and creating arts-based strategies to address recovery efforts.


After taking a synchronous virtual training, artists receive one year of ongoing virtual support through an online resource library and optional bi-weekly group coaching rooms with Art-Train staff, experts and an expanding network of peers (every other Thursday).


The goal of this training is to help artists identify how they can contribute to equitable recovery & rebuilding by a) understanding and advocating for local artists’ role in community and economic development, and b) by building their skills in equitable collaboration.


We will share ways to engage and influence the agencies and organizations that are eligible to receive and deploy American Rescue Plan block grants (allocated to every City, County, State and Tribal Territory in the US) to create programming that engages local artists in recovery.