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“Drink for a Cause” fundraiser for Articulture – hosted by 612Brew
September 25 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
Make your way out to Articulture’s fundraiser to help support equitable arts education. Grab a cold beverage, introduce yourself, and relax on one of Minneapolis’ premier private patios. Articulture will receive a donation of $1 from every pint sold. The entire family is welcome at 612Brew – even your dog! So, bring the whole crew!
Saturday, September 25
5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
612Brew – 945 Broadway Ave NE – Minneapolis
Who is Articulture and what do they do?
Articulture empowers individuals and communities to create positive change through the visual arts.
We believe that the act of creating art is a pathway to self-fulfillment. Every person has a story to tell, and at Articulture we want everyone to have a turn to tell theirs. By creating space and opportunities for artists of all levels, we want to give as many people as possible the chance to find creative expression through the visual arts.
Our programs uphold our mission of empowering individuals through the process of creating art. From our summer camps for children to adult classes that serve a multitude of demographics, each class is curated to use art as a form of self-expression. Our programs seek to provide opportunities for quality artistic learning. Our grant funded Art and Healing program gives access to creative experiences for members of underserved communities who greatly benefit from the creative process.
Our other grant funded program is the Youth Arts Collaborative (YAC), which engages urban teens to incentivize social change through the creation of community public art.
Articulture was founded in 2000 and supported by members of the community who saw a need for more visual arts programming in the area. Initially running classes and workshops for children and adults out of a church basement, we rapidly grew and moved into a storefront in the Longfellow neighborhood of south Minneapolis.
As the organization evolved, we added various programs and workshops to better serve the needs of the community. In 2008, Articulture moved into the larger space we currently have in the Seward neighborhood, which has enabled further growth.
In addition to programming, our present location facilitates additional avenues of supporting local Minnesota artists through our small retail space.
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