MN Sinfonia New Works Competition
to Aug 15

MN Sinfonia New Works Competition


With the generous support from the McKnight Foundation, the Minnesota Sinfonia is pleased to announce a call for new and unpublished (chamber) orchestral scores. Five new works will premiere during the 2019-20 season.

Four adult composers will receive the following awards: One will receive $6,000; and the remaining three will share $8,500, the amounts ranging between $500 and $6,000 to be determined by the Sinfonia.

One young composer (under the age of 19 before June 1, 2019) will be awarded $500. All decisions are made by Minnesota Sinfonia Artistic Director, Jay Fishman, and are final.



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Artmobile Intern Needed Summer 2019!
to Apr 19

Artmobile Intern Needed Summer 2019!

The East Side Arts Council is looking for someone to assist our Lead Artist during this summer’s Artmobile session!

Each summer, the Artmobile van - packed with supplies - winds through the streets of the East Side of St. Paul, rain or shine, sticky or cool. No registration is required for the free, drop-in art classes taught by professional artists in area parks and recreation centers. Participation is open to all. Last year, the Artmobile reached more than 1,000 kids.

 We strongly believe that creative arts are for everyone.

The Artmobile Internship is a great opportunity to experience working with a grassroots arts organization. This position would allow you to assistant teach alongside six local and professional artists. The intern provides assistance to the Lead Artist, works directly with our participants and the Guest Artist. This role is especially integral as we rely on information documented by the intern to help guide our future planning regarding the Artmobile and also when seeking funding to continue our community outreach work as an organization.

Job responsibilities include:

- Document the program by recording demographics of participants.

-Document the experience of Artmobile participants by taking photographs and recording comments made by participants, parents, and others involved in the program each day.

-Organize and compile documented statistics weekly and at the program’s end.

-Assist in the implementation of art projects and various tasks assigned by the Lead Artist and guest artists as needed.

-Organize and load supplies onto the van prior to departure each day

This position requires excellent organizational skills as well as the ability to work with, at times, little direction. Knowledge of creative arts is a must, and an interest in community art is of the utmost importance. The Artmobile intern must possess the ability to work well with a variety of people, especially in regards to children and youth.

May require lifting up to 25lbs. Must be a licensed driver.

Stipend, Dates, and Hours:

·       This is a paid internship with a stipend of $600 ($100/week for 6 weeks).

·       Artmobile 2019 dates: July 8th - August 16th, Monday - Friday

·       Hours are from 12:30pm - 3:30pm (Classes are from 1pm - 3pm)

Please send a resume and cover letter to Jacob Timmons, Program Coordinator, at 

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Saint Paul Art Crawl - Art at 967 Payne
to Apr 28

Saint Paul Art Crawl - Art at 967 Payne

The East Side will be thriving in this year’s art crawl!

Make sure to visit East Side Arts Council’s neighbor - Art at 967 Payne!

Art at 967 Payne : An emerging art space in the heart of the historic commercial district at Payne Avenue and Case Street, on the East Side of Saint Paul

Email: for more info!

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Love Lines by Ana Laura Juarez: Gallery Opening
6:00 PM18:00

Love Lines by Ana Laura Juarez: Gallery Opening

Please join us for the opening of our new gallery exhibition Love Lines by Ana Laura Juarez featuring drawings by Dennis Madamba.

Statement: “Love Lines celebrates the idea that drawing can happen anywhere/anytime and shows the interweaved lives of artists Ana Laura Juarez and Dennis Madamba. Consisting of diary drawings, self portraits and gifts exchanged between one another, the exhibit shares a glance at self love, exchange of love, and moments lived in the present. Many of the portraits were created by the artists' ritual of drawing one another while traveling, waiting for food to arrive, and in between work at cafes. “

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