Report about St. Louis Park
Presentation and discussion Thursday, Oct 29th,
at 7 pm at the St Louis Park Rec Center
We have known for a long time that the arts and culture are important to the St Louis Park community. They enhance our quality of life, bring diverse communities together, and make our area a magnet for jobs and businesses. This new study by St Louis Park Friends of the Arts and Minnesota Citizens for the Arts shows that, in addition to contributing to our city’s excellent quality of life, the nonprofit arts and culture sector is also a substantial industry contributing at least $1,517,141 to the local economy annually.
Come see the data and contribute to the conversation.
Fifteen local organizations are part of the study:
• Harmony Theatre Company and School • Sholom Community Alliance • Eclectic Edge Ensemble • Maggie’s Farm Free-Range Theater • Minneapolis Jewish Film Festival • Public Theater of Minnesota • Rimon: The Minnesota Jewish Arts Council • St. Louis Park Historical Society • St. Louis Park Community Band • The Park Theater Company • St. Louis Parks and Recreation • St. Louis Park Middle School Theater • Twin Cities Film Fest • Theater Or • St. Louis Park Friends of the Arts
St. Louis Park Friends of the Arts (FOTA) is about building community through the arts:
Arts for Life scholarships, Arts & Culture grants, and the biennial Our Town program.
FOTA is the home of: The Park Theater Company, SLP Community Band, Maggie's Farm Theater, Middle School Theater, Gift of Music, and Bookmark in the Park.
St. Louis Park Friends of the Arts (FOTA) is a nonprofit community organization that connects people and organizations around the arts, shares arts-related information and resources, and coordinates community arts programs in St. Louis Park.
Next Meeting is on:
November 19, 2015 at 7:00pm
at SLP City Hall
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