Adja Gildersleve -Visual Arts, Sound Arts
Photographer, Videographer, vocalist, guitarist and entrepreneur
Anna Meyer -Visual Arts, RARE Artist Rep
Photographer resources artist needs
Andrea Jenkins -Literary Arts, Visual Arts
Poet, Writer, Published Author and mixed media Visual Artist
Brayden Spearman -Visual Arts
Photographer and Visual Artist
Chong Moua -Literary Arts
Producer, Promoter, Artistic Entrepreneur
Denaisha Motley -Sound Arts
Vocalist Denaisha is an emerging vocalist who’s voice will move you
Emmanuel Ortiz -Literary Arts, Visual Arts
Poet, Writer and Visual Artist Twin Cities Indigenous and People of Color Figure Drawing
Ignacio Rivera Literary Arts-Visual Arts
Storyteller activist and artists, a filmmaker and writer
Kevin Kaoz Moore Sound Arts- Musician
Writer, Actor, Spoken Word, Health Educator, Hip Hop Artist
Kye Allums Literary Arts & Fitness
Writer and athlete, a lecturer and educator social justice activist
Mickey Breeze Sound Arts-Musician
DJ Mickey Breeze is a 16 year old DJ creating a positive youth movement thru
Myanna Gates Sound Arts-Musician
Myanna is a 15 year old musician, lyricist, rapper and hip hop artist
Quinn Villagomez- aka Shimmer Sound Arts-
MC and Broadcast Journalist, Co-Hosts Fresh Fruit Radio
Ryan Stopera Visual Arts
Ryan is a photographer videographer social worker community organizer and entrepreneur
Sophie Fessor- Visual Arts
Sophie is a visual artist with a focus on graphic design and illustration
Tana Katana Mathews Sound Arts-Musician –Katana Da Don is a musician, lyricist, rapper, producer of beats and promoter
Yosenio Lewis Literary Arts- health educator, speaker, writer and performance artist
Zealot Hamm Literary Arts, Visual Arts- Zealot is a poet a writer and visual artist
Zeam Porter- Visual Arts, Graphic Design-
Zeam is one of the characters in the Social Justice League
Minnesota People of Color LGBTQ Pride
Offering everyone a, “S.L.I.C.E.” of Pride.
People of Color LGBT Pride’s mission is to do its best to create an atmosphere where our LGBTQ people of color and affected homeless youth are educated and empowered to handle life’s challenges.
Bridging the gaps between other organizations and community. Assisting in providing an opportunity for networking and outreach by the many services and community organizations that serve People of Color within the LGBTQ community.
Making sure the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities and our affected homeless youth, families, allies and friends of the LGBTQ community is aware that there is assistance and services are available for everyone.
This is a figure drawing/painting group, specifically & exclusively for Indigenous people and people of color, working with a live nude model (also POC/Indigenous). Centering our aesthetics and styles; celebrating our forms, figures, features; and building connections and community.
Bring your own supplies, drawing board, maybe a snack to share.
$10 for the session. Money is to pay the model & space rental. Please confirm you can attend. (This is very helpful!). We need to have 10 artists confirmed attending and paying or we have to cancel.
SWOP Minneapolis is the Twin Cities chapter of the Sex Workers Outreach Project.
SWOP provides Sex Workers and Allies with resources and community!
Morning classes (11am-12pm) Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays
Evening classes (6:30-7:30pm) Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays
Come see why everyone loves Zumba! This is a dance fitness party that uses Latin and World rhythms. It is fun, accessible to all ability levels, and a great way to make community! Please bring water and shoes you can dance in.
Pound is the world's first cardio jam session inspired by the infectious fun of playing the drums. We'll bring the drumsticks and rockin songs, you come ready to sweat! Taught by Mayra, who is certified in Pound.
Xco Latin Workout
Xco Latin is a dynamic and intense workout that mixes latin rhythms and athletic movements. Use of weights (provided) is optional but encouraged. Learn more about this amazing fitness class at xcolatinworkout.com
MGBS is a collaborative project.
Artists and crafts people of all trades come together for each Mother Goose. We have guest artists draw up the event flyers, and handbills. Guest set designers help with styling the space for the show's theme for the month. Musicians are invited to create a theme, intermission and outro song for the show each month. A videographer is brought in to record the show. MGBS invites artists in the community to sell their wares during the show, at Mother Goose's oddities and rarities stand.
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