528 Hennepin Ave, Suite 511, Minneapolis, MN 55403
Allied Chemical is the physical headquarters for composer, artist, and writer Chris Strouth and his group Paris1919. Strouth's work is about exploration of the new while rooted in tradition. In the six degrees of seperation between John Cage and Judas Priest, Chris Strouth is number three.
528 Hennepin Ave, Suite 505, Minneapolis, MN 55403
Arts ink is an arts and non-profit creative agency and think tank. With services ranging from project management, graphic design and strategic planning, we strive to keep our services affordable and accessible for organizations with varied budgets.
528 Hennepin Ave, Suite 703, Minneapolis, MN 55403
Dovetail Partners is a 501(c)3 non-profit providing authoritative information about the impacts and trade-offs of environmental decisions, including consumption choices, land use and policy alternatives.
528 Hennepin Ave, Suite 710, Minneapolis, MN 55403
Illusion Theater was founded in 1974 and presents its season on the 8th floor The Cowles Center in downtown Minneapolis. Since the beginning, Producing Directors Michael Robins and Bonnie Morris have led Illusion Theater in illuminating the illusions, myths, and realities of our times and in using the power of theater to catalyze personal and social change. In thirty-five years, Illusion has generated over 500 plays, developed thousands of artists, and created ground-breaking educational works.
The Italian Cultural Center (ICC), founded in Minneapolis in 2006, is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization open to anyone interested in the unique phenomena of Italian culture. ICC's vision is to establish a multifaceted center in Minnesota for all things Italian; to serve as a beacon for classic and contemporary Italian culture through language, art, music, design, cinema, architecture, and technology. Their mission is to promote the knowledge, understanding and appreciation of Italian culture through educational services and cultural events.
528 Hennepin Ave, Suite 215, Minneapolis, MN 55403
James Sewell Ballet was founded in New York City by James Sewell and Sally Rousse and brought to Minnesota in 1993. Combining their expertise, vision and chutzpah they envisioned a close-knit company of dance artists willing to both challenge their physical limits and expand their notions about ballet. Nearly two decades later, critically acclaimed JSB performances move and delight audiences across the country. The embodiment of the original vision is a professional company of nine dancers performing innovative work that explores the technical boundaries of ballet.
Based in the Twin Cities, James Sewell Ballet studios are located at The Cowles Center for Dance & the Performing Arts in Downtown Minneapolis. Annual spring and fall JSB performances are currently presented at The Goodale Theater in The Cowles Center. JSB's annual cutting edge "Ballet Works Project," featuring new works by emerging and established choreographers, is presented at the JSB TEK BOX on the second floor of The Cowles Center.
The McKnight Foundation has named The Cowles Center For Dance & The Performing Arts as the new administrative partner for the McKnight Fellowships in Choreography and Dancers. These programs award fellowships to individual mid-career dancers and choreographers who reside in Minnesota.
528 Hennepin Ave., Suite 407, Minneapolis, MN 55403
Founded in 1972, the Minnesota Chorale is Principal Chorus of the Minnesota Orchestra and ranks among the foremost professional choruses in the United States. Led by Kathy Saltzman Romey since 1995, the Chorale is best known for its work with the Twin Cities' two major orchestras, but is equally dedicated to fostering and deepening relationships through its award-winning Bridges community engagement initiatives, educational activities including the Minneapolis Youth Chorus, and independent presentations of choral works. A seasoned artistic partner, the Chorale continues to explore new artistic directions and collaborative opportunities, while earning the highest critical acclaim for its work on the concert stage.
Minnesota Concert Opera (MCO) performs full-length operas in concert format using local and guest artists, piano or orchestra and an opera chorus, and is sung in the original language with English surtitles. Produced with minimal sets, costumes or staging, this unique and portable performance style allows MCO to bring world-class opera to Minnesota’s communities, introducing a large variety of opera (and occasionally musical theater) repertoire to all age groups and demographics. Using some of our state’s finest up-and-coming singers, side-by-side with seasoned guest artists, MCO connects with every community in which it performs, interacting with local choirs contracted by the company to sing the chorus.
For the past fifty years the mission of Minnesota Dance Theatre has been to create masterful and provocative dance performances which entertain and inspire audiences. Minnesota Dance Theatre (MDT) was founded in 1962 by Loyce Houlton, one of the first American women to gain international recognition as a choreographer, teacher and producer. In 1995, Lise Houlton was appointed artistic director, having recently retired from an acclaimed international performing career that included Stuttgart Ballet and American Ballet Theatre.
528 Hennepin Ave, Suite 418, Minneapolis, MN 55403
Noordijk, inc. is a consultant firm that focuses on building creative communities through the adaptive reuse of historical structures into arts related projects. While our experience is broad, in many ways it all comes back to creating places for the arts to survive and thrive.