Tuesday, April 30, 2019

[#mnrising Dispatch] April 2019

[#mnrising Dispatch] April 2019

In this spring season of re-birth, we see nourishing investments in our neighborhoods, soil, and people taking bloom. Students are preparing for graduation and the turn of seasons offers increasing daylight and new growth. To follow nature's course, consider applying for the FINNOVATION Fellowship, a nine-month program that supports early-stage impact entrepreneurs who have bold ideas for sustainable, systems-level change. Or testing out a new idea or partnership with a Humanities Innovation Lab grant. And to see up close and in depth our relationship with water in Minnesota, join a Nibi Walkalong the Red Lake River, Cannon River, or Pokegama Lake, as you feel called. Here's hoping that snow and rain give way to sunny days and that these April showers indeed bring May flowers!

Seeking Humanities Innovation Lab Applications

The Humanities Innovation Lab supports individuals or organizations who use humanities practices and subject matters to make small steps toward a big idea. The Lab supports experimenting, playing, learning, and growing as the essential spark for humanities ideas with public impact. This opportunity is about answering the question “What would we do if we had $2,000 and six months to try something new?” Minnesota Humanities Center is calling this a Lab to foster an exploratory environment in which you don’t have to have it all figured out. [Read more.]

Seeking Mural Artist for Barbara Barker Center for Dance

The University of Minnesota's Dance Program is currently accepting proposals for a new mural for the lobby of the Barbara Barker Center for Dance. In this 20th anniversary year of the building, program leadership has identified the need for a rejuvenation of its space. The purpose of the new, two-dimensional mural is to infuse the space with a sense of joy, energize all who enter, evoke the idea of movement, and simply inspire. Any artist is welcome to submit a proposal. Preference will be given to artists with a connection to Minnesota. [Read more.]

Apply for 2019 #RunAsYouAre MN Training

#RunAsYouAre 2019: National Training is a day long workshop for women who want to run for office and support other women who want to run. VoteRunLead's signature "How to Run for Office" trainings, led by national certified trainers, will be in 20 cities across the country including Minneapolis on Friday, May 18. VoteRunLead is the largest and most diverse women's campaign training organization in the country. To date, VoteRunLead has trained more than 33,000 women to run for office. VoteRunLead centers women of color, with 60% alumnae of color, and is the only organization working in America’s heartland with a Rural Women’s Initiative. [Read more.]

Ramsey County SummerLands Pilot Project

Does your community group have an idea for a temporary pop-up park, container garden, community event space or art installation? Ramsey County is making some land available for seasonal community use. Apply to manage a piece of land from June 2019 to October 2019. Applications must be received by May 2. Acceptable uses include: Temporary Community Event Space, Temporary Park or Greenspace, Temporary Art Installations, Temporary Container Garden. Visit the website for more information about available land and the application. [Read more.]

News from the Network

Updates and events with our esteemed partners and collaborators!

#MinneAsianStories: This Is Home - Launch
Monday, May 6
Saturday, May 4
10am - 12pm
MN Capitol Rotunda

EDTalks: Immigrant Voices Supporting Students through Storytelling and Relationship-Building 
AchieveMpls
Monday, May 6
Doors: 5:30pm, Program: 6-7:30pm
Icehouse

Mind Opener: Should recreational marijuana be legalized in MN? 
Tuesday, May 7
Citizens League
7:30am - 8:30am
Model Cities

YNPN-TC Resume Workshop
Wednesday, May 8
6pm - 8pm
Villa del Sol

Social Enterprise IMPACT Showcase 
Social Enterprise Alliance-Twin Cities
Wednesday, May 8
6pm - 9pm
PAIKKA Event Center

MSP Mingle at Be The Match
Thursday, May 9
5:30pm - 7:30pm
Be The Match

Workshop: MSP Hello
Make It. MSP.
Friday, May 10
8:30am - 11:30am
Securian Financial Club at CHS Field

FORUM 2019: Breaking Patterns Charities Review Council
Tuesday, May 14
7:30am - 12:00pm
The Cowles Center

Night on the town with YNPN-TC
Tuesday, May 14
5pm
Rival House

EPIP-MN Philanthrofolk Happy Hour
Thursday, May 23
5pm - 8pm
Number 12 Cider

Break the Bubble
Thursday, May 23
6pm - 9pm
Finnegans

City of Saint Paul: Zoning Principles and Process
Thursday, May 23
5:30pm - 7:30pm
Rondo Library

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