Today’s the day!
Give to the Max Day is a statewide celebration of community and local organizations through charitable giving. Your tax-deductible donation today can provide Articulture with much-needed support for our programming.
Driven by our mission to empower individuals and communities to create positive change through the visual arts, we are proud to provide art classes for people from all walks of life, participate in partnerships with local organizations, and facilitate teen-led public art projects in our community. Making a donation will not only support these programs, but also the people and communities who benefit from them.
Nibbles and Sips with our Friends from Zipps!
Thursday, November 9
Please join Articulture for a fun evening in support of our mission, to empower individuals and communities to create positive change through the visual arts.
Funds raised at this special event help support the wonderful visual arts education programming Articulture brings to our communities. Some of this programming includes Arts & Healing programming for adults with mental illnesses, public arts programming for urban teens, and after school arts programming for urban schools.
The event will include:
Wine, Beer and Spirits Tasting by Zipps Liquor
Small Bites from local sponsors
Tickets are $10. Purchase them online in advance (http://bit.ly/2i9MpZI) or at the door. 21+ only, please.
Find more information about this event at our Facebook page.
We will be closed Monday, October 2 and the morning of Tuesday, October 3. We will reopen at 1:00pm on Tuesday.
We apologize for the inconvenience. If you need to reach us, please leave a voicemail at 612-729-5151, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will have limited hours the week of September 4-8 due to Labor Day and a family emergency. Please see the tentative schedule below.
If you need to get a hold of us and we are out of the office, feel free to leave a message at 612-729-5151 or email email@example.com.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
Wednesday: 5:30-8pm *store only
Our fall classes are officially open for registration!
With art classes for toddlers through adults, we have a little something for everyone. But that’s not all! In addition to the classics, we threw in some new classes this session. See our fall flyer for the full list of classes, then register online here.
Fall just got more exciting. 🍂
Articulture recently completed a two year pilot program with Touchstone Mental Health—a nonprofit serving adults with severe and persistent mental illnesses. Our Arts and Healing classes offered a safe space to explore a creative outlet while being among others with similar experiences. This class was a source of community building and support as our students discovered the therapeutic benefits of creating art.
To cap off the program, Articulture hosted an art show entitled Healing Through Art: Living with Mental Illness on December 3, 2016 as part of the Seward Winter Frolic. The salon-style display showcased approximately 75 unique pieces created by the students of the Touchstone class over the two-year period. This powerful exhibit provided an intimate look into the complexities of mental illness.
Articulture is pleased to announce that Aroha Philanthropies has just renewed its support for this phenomenal partnership program with Touchstone Mental Health.
Per Aroha Philanthropopies’ most recent newsletter:
Aroha Philanthropies recently renewed its support for arts programming by Touchstone Mental Health, a Minneapolis-based provider of residential and support services to clients with severe mental illness. Touchstone offers an array of classes in art, music and movement that encourage creative expression, in part through an innovative partnership with Articulture, another Minneapolis-based organization.
Participants in the classes expressed their gratitude for the program and its impact on their lives. One wrote, “Without this class, my mind and my behavior would not be what it is today. I’m now more relaxed, confident, and at ease with who I am.” Another said, “[The art class] has helped me tremendously, in many different aspects of my life, not only in art but in being accepted.”