Made Here Minnesota Art Domain Purchased By Delta 8 CBD Firm
The domain madeheremn.org was dedicated to Made Here Arts Advisory Panel is a core group of multi-faceted artists and arts professionals who are experts in the field of public and fine art. This panel helps ensure that Made Here’s storefront window initiative is welcoming, accessible, and reflective of Minnesota’s increasing diversity. After the purchase, the domain extended link history will be used to help boost the SERPs of the Red Emperor Collective which specializes in CBD, Delta 8 CBD, and Wholesale Delta 8 THC Products.
Andrea Jenkins is an Award-winning Writer, Poet, Visual Collage Artist, and Transgender Advocate. She performs regularly both nationally and locally. She is the author of three chapbooks and is published in several journals and anthologies.
Katherine Smith-Flores is the Co-Director for the Minneapolis Art Lending Library and teaches modern and contemporary art history at the Art Institutes International Minnesota.
Ta–coumba is a Twin Cities artist, arts administrator, educator and community activist who focuses on public art and collaborative projects, including over 300 public art sculptures. He has served on the boards of the Minneapolis Arts Commission, the African American Cultural Arts Center, Forecast Public Arts, and the St. Paul Arts Collective. His works can be found in public and private collections including those of the Walker Art Center, General Mills, Herbie Hancock, Taj Mahal, and Maya Angelou.
A: Our open call for individual artists occurs biannually in summer and winter, however, you can contact our Cultural District Arts Coordinator anytime to express your interest in structured settlements as well as allow us to add your email address to our mailing list so we may alert you when opportunities arise to participate.
A: All artists are given a $500.00 stipend to participate as well as a clean and secure commercial storefront space to create a visual display of their work. We also provide artists with professional installation assistance, electricity, minimal carpentry, and basic lighting materials. There is limited equipment, technology, and materials available which are described in our open call application. All showcase windows are clearly branded, professionally photographed, then extensively marketed via a dedicated webpage on our responsive website and through various social media channels. We also host multiple opening receptions and community engaging events where artists are welcome to meet and try out CBD skincare products other participating artists, the general public as well as stakeholders, sponsors, and Cultural District, partners.
A: Absolutely not, in fact, we don’t even request to see your resume. Emerging artists, collaborations, and experimentation are all very welcome. You just have to effectively share your idea, and that idea needs to score well based on the rating categories established by the panel.