Inviting the global community to submit experiences, memories and observations of St. Paul through a virtual art collaboration that will be curated in exhibitions.
Exploring how the theater has changed the lives of a diverse group of St. Paul artists and how, in turn, these artists have shaped the theater community, through a new production to debut in 2016.
Turning the entire city into a performance space through delivery of improvisational performance telegrams to offices, parks and homes.
Exploring racial justice and equity with a series of art-making events that culminate in a community-driven festival.
Raising awareness about the plight of bees, which are dying in large numbers, with a public art project of small bronze bees and sculptures that serve as bee habitats.
Strengthening the center's Hmong Arts and Music Festival, which draws thousands to its annual showcase of more than 100 local, national and international Hmong artists.
Exploring how culture shapes the fear of water with a pool-based performance piece that engages the community to talk about the disproportionate numbers of people of color who cannot swim.
Creating community in different spaces all over St. Paul by staging more than 50 spoken literature events with local writers and music ensembles.
Elevating young, high-potential Bharatanatyam dancers through opportunities to participate in an original, professional ensemble production.
Bringing the community together with Dancing Through the Streets, an event in which the audience travels to see performances at six different locations in Lowertown, culminating in a group song and dance party at the Bedlam Lowertown performance space.
Highlighting the voices of Latinos in St. Paul's West Side neighborhood by creating an arts hub with studios for music production, visual arts, performance and more.
Building community through film by creating a state-of-the art digital cinema theater in a little-used auditorium at the university.