Creative Enterprise Zone is an interactive evening of presentations, games and surprises designed to celebrate creativity and connect you with others in our community. Creative Enterprise Zone Give & Take events tap the unique knowledge and curiosity of those who “Make It Here,” sparking unexpected conversations and new connections. Mark your calendars. The event is free and open to the public.
Shannon Forney, owner of soon-to-open WORKHORSE Coffee and the visionary behind “St. Paul’s Smallest Museum.” With the help of the Knight Arts Challenge she is transforming a vintage fire hose cabinet in near the coffee shop entryway into an inspiring streetscape gallery featuring art, displays and scenes from a variety of local artists and creatives.
Jack Becker, Founder and Executive Director of Forecast Public Art; Forecast Public Art is a non-profit arts organization in the Creative Enterprise Zone that connects the energies and talents of artists with the needs and opportunities of communities, guiding their partners in creating public art that expresses the community’s sense of place and pride.
Lana Barkawi, Executive and Artistic Director of MIZNA; Mizna is an organization devoted to promoting Arab-American culture and providing a forum for its expression. Publishing the only international journal of Arab-American literature of it’s kind, Mizna is committed to giving a voice to Arab-Americans through literature and art. Read more about them.
Space is limited so please RSVP here.
Thursday, May 28th
Doors @ 6:30 PM
Program @ 7:00 pm
All Are Welcome!
At Forecast Public Art
2300 Myrtle Ave #160, St Paul