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Summer Dance Intensive

Come experience the nurturing and intimate atmosphere of the 16th annual MCA Summer Dance Intensive, located in the beautiful river town of Winona, Minnesota.

If you are an intermediate or advanced dancer between the ages of 11 and 22, who is ready for your dance technique to soar to new heights, then this is the intensive for you!

You will spend 7 to 9 hours of your day studying dance in technique classes and rehearsals under the direction of seasoned, professional instructors in the state-of-the-art Valencia Arts Center (VAC). The VAC is conveniently located next door to the Alverna Center where boarding students reside. New this year per requests, the 2018 intensive will be 3 weeks!! Auditions at one of our four tour locations or by video submission is required for acceptance.

July 8-28, 2018

2018 Summer Dance Intensive Auditions will be held in: La Crosse, WI (Jan. 27), Green Bay, WI (Feb. 10), Minneapolis, MN (March 10), and Winona, MN (April 14).  Video auditions are also accepted Jan. 1- April 1.

 

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This was our first SDI and we weren’t sure what to expect. We learned quickly that MCA means Intense! Our daughter worked harder than she ever has and her knowledge along with her passion grew every day. A true Blessing to watch. On the last day, she was ready for a rest but not to say goodbye to many new friends. What a great group of dancers. Thank you, MCA.

Parent of SDI Participant

I loved everything about it and can’t wait to come back next year!

SDI participant

Summer Dance Intensive FAQs

What are the top three reasons dancers choose our Summer Dance Intensive?
  1. You get to do what you came to do….DANCE! Dancers often classes and rehearsals up to 7-9 hours a day (at many other intensives students may only dance 4-6 hours a day). At MCA all students are a part of the final showcase, when students are not selected for repertoire rehearsals they have alternative dance and theory classes.
  2. Lots of personal attention… you really get to know the MCA staff, instructors and guest artists.
  3. Affordability….our Summer Dance Intensive is affordable and free of extra expenses. With the exception of a couple of meals and nominal entertainment on the weekend, all meals and activities are included. There is no need to buy meal cards or write separate checks for tuition, room and board. Attendance for the final showcase and laundry facility usage is also free.
What is the typical daily schedule for a student in the intensive?

(Please note, this is a sample schedule)

Sample SDI Daily Schedule

7:30 am   Breakfast at Alverna Center

9-10:45 am  Ballet Technique Class for Yellow Level S#1

9-10:45 am Ballet Technique Class for Red Level S#2

11 am-12:15 pm Pointe Technique and Variations for Red Level S#1

11 am-12:15 pm  Pointe Technique and Variations for Yellow Level S#2

12:15-1:15 pm  Lunch at Alverna Center and free time

1:15-2:15 pm Theory Class: Dance Costume Design

2:15-3:30 pm  Contemporary Dance Technique Class (modern, jazz, African, hip hop, etc)

3:45-5:30 pm Repertory for selected dancers in S#1

3:45-5:30 pm Repertory for selected dancers in S#2

5:35 pm   Bus leaves for dinner on main campus

5:45-7 pm Dinner and Free Time

7-9 pm Arts and Culture Experience (attend a performance at Great River Shakespeare Festival, Minnesota Beethoven Festival, Minnesota Marine Art Museum, etc) OR Arts and Culture Class (Character Development Workshop, Theatrical Dance Makeup Seminar, Musical Theatre Repertory, Dance Aesthetics in Film, etc)

9:15 pm  Checked into dorms

10:00 pm  In bed

10:30 pm Lights out!

How long does the 2018 Summer Intensive run and what are the fees?

MCA will hold the Summer Intensive for 3 weeks this year (this is a change from 2-weeks in the past due to surveys of students who wanted a longer intensive). The program will run Sunday, July 8- Saturday 28, 2018. There is a tuition only option for local students and commuters. Tuition for all 3-weeks is $1,230. Room & Board fees are $1,199 include overnight accommodations, activity ticket & fees (during the week), ice machine, laundry, and all meals.The only extra expenses are: 1-2 meals each weekend, Intensive t-shirt (optional), and performance recording (optional).

There may be a minimal fee for activities on the weekend, such as $15 to Kayak/ Canoe at Lake Park or $10 Miniature Golf, Carousel Ride & Ice cream at Lark Toys. Both of these day trips allow for students to choose to participate in paid activities or just enjoy time hanging out in beautiful locations at no charge.

Returning students save 25%

Who performs in the final showcase?

All summer dance intensive students perform in the final showcase.  All students perform in the musical theatre repertoire piece and perform in a variety of demonstrations.  In 2017 selected students performed repertoire or demonstrations in ballet, pointe, variations, musical theatre, tap, flamenco, modern composition, and jazz. The final showcase traditionally lasts around 45 minutes- 1 hour and is complete with simple costumes and full stage lighting. The 2018 showcase will be performed on the Saint Mary’s University campus in the beautiful 450- seat Page Theatre.

How many levels are there in the intensive and what level will I be placed in?

On the first day of the intensive, students will participate in placement classes. Students will be placed in one of two levels: intermediate or advanced. You may be placed in both levels depending on your ability in different dance disciplines. For example, you may be placed in advanced jazz and intermediate ballet. Also, placement may be changed throughout the intensive by visiting guest artists and/or if the MCA faculty see a need for a level change.

Where do boarding students stay?

Boarding students reside in the Alverna Center, a beautiful historical building located across the courtyard from the Valencia Arts Center (MCA’s home and where classes are held). The Alverna Center features 24-hour security, free wi-fi, catered meal service, and a solarium for group activities. Students are assigned one or two other roommates. All dorm rooms have private bathrooms and each floor has a community refrigerator, extra towels, sheets and more.  Laundry facilities located in the basement of Alverna and are free for students to use, students are just asked to bring along their own detergent. View photos of Alverna Center below.  An adult chaperone will reside onsite with the students.

What are Meals like for Boarding Students?

Meals are organized through Chartwells Catering Services.  Breakfast and Lunch are served at the Alverna Center (the dorm building, located across the courtyard from the Valencia Arts Center (Home of MCA).  For breakfast students are able to choose from a variety of options including; cereal, yogurt, fresh fruit, bagels, toast, and hard-boiled eggs.  Lunches are alternated between hot and cold day options; samples include; build your own sandwiches, fajita bar, mac n’ cheese, salads, and meatball subs.  For dinner students are transported up to the Saint Mary’s University Campus where they can choose from a variety of hot & cold options in a buffet cafeteria setting. Accommodations for dietary concerns or allergies can be addressed on an individual basis.

What are MCA's facilities?

MCA is housed inside the Valencia Arts Center (VAC). Facilities include:

  • Three state-of-the-art dance studios
  • Black Box Theatre
  • Recital Hall
  • Dressing rooms with private lockers
  • Four music practice rooms
  • Costume shop
  • Offices and public lounge

The VAC is handicap accessible and is located on the beautiful and historic St. Theresa Campus in the center of Winona, MN about a mile from the Saint Mary’s University of MN campus.

As a student, do I have to participate in all the dance forms offered?

Students must participate in all dance forms throughout the intensive with the exception of tap and hip-hop. These classes will not be offered as frequently as other dance disciplines and are considered optional. Participation is required in all other classes including ballet, pointe (pre pointe for students not yet on pointe), variations, pas de deux, jazz, modern, musical theatre dance, Pilates and theory. Each year we try to highlight at least one form of ethnic dancing such as African, Flaminco, or Irish as well.

Do female students need to have experience dancing on pointe?
Can parents and family members visit students during the intensive?

There is no set visitation day, however parents are welcome to visit students on a day when the class load is less and students have more free time. If, for example, parents wish to take their child off campus for dinner one evening, please make sure to have the student sign out with the dorm chaperone or the program directors before leaving campus. Don’t forget to mark your calendar for the Showcase on: Saturday, July 23, 2016. The performance is free and open to the public.

What are the meal options for my child if he/she will be a commuter student?

Students who will not be staying in the dorms should eat breakfast before they arrive for the day and pack a sack/box lunch and dinner. Purchasing individual meals in the cafeteria is not an option.

When are my registration materials due?

The application/registration form, photo, and $50.00 non-refundable payment are due by April 15, 2018. The balance of your Summer Intensive tuition and room and board fees may be paid in two equal installments. Checks should be made out to “Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts” or payments may be made through our online registrations system.

What does it mean if my child was placed on the Summer Intensive waiting list?

Your child may have been placed on a waiting list based on their audition process and/or registration availability. Your letter concerning acceptance would have indicated this. After May 1, if additional spots are still available, your child will be contacted for acceptance into the intensive. You may register at that time.

How do I know if my child has been awarded a talent-based scholarship?

Dancers selected for talent-based scholarships will be notified at the time of acceptance and will have a two week time period to accept and register.  If a student who received a scholarship does not choose to attend the MCA Summer Intensive, that scholarship may be passed on to another student. Your child will be contacted if additional scholarships become available.

How can I also audition for a scholarship for the Saint Mary's University Dance Program?

New in 2018, students who will be entering University in Fall of 2018 will be able to simultaneously or souly audition for MCA’s Summer Dance Intensive and the Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota (SMUMN) Theatre and Dance Department, Dance Scholarship. The dance scholarships are renewable scholarships that range from $1,000 to $3,000 a year. For more information about the SMUMN Theatre & Dance Department click here. There is no fee to be considered and video auditions are accepted.

Do returning students need to audition?

No, if you have been a participant in the MCA Summer Dance Intensive you do not need to audition to participate in the program unless you would like to be considered for a talent based scholarship. We also offer returning students a 25% savings off their entire fee (including room & board).

We value returning students and the experience they bring to the program as well as we love to provide them with new challenges year after year. Returning students can register at any time by filling out this form and sending in a $50 deposit by April 15, 2018.

Audition information

When will I receive information about my roommate assignment, orientation/arrival day activities, a daily class schedule, etc.?

Information packets will be sent to all Summer Intensive students by June 1, 2016.

What are MCA's programs for students that are under the age of 11?

Yes, MCA offers a variety of summer camps, classes and workshops. In June MCA is holding a 2-week Summer Dance Dance Intensive for ages 9 years- high school which will run June 18-29, 2018, 9am-4pm, Monday- Friday. At this time there is no boarding option.

Where is Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts located?

The Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts is located in the beautiful South Eastern Minnesota river town Winona, which is sandwiched between the bluffs. This small town with big arts is home to the Minnesota Marine Art Museum, The Great River Shakespeare Festival, Minnesota Beethoven Festival, Midwest Music Fest and more. Winona is home to MCA’s affiliate, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, Winona State University and South Eastern Technical College. It is a beautiful place take to hike, sit in a cafe, or stroll along the lake path. Families of students attending the intensive may want to plan a family vacation around the camp. Read While in Winona for some ideas of things you might enjoy in Winona.

Winona was named one of the16 most tourist-friendly cities in the U.S. by Expeida in 2017. Parents and students can also take comfort that while in Winona they are also in the city that was named 2016 Number 1 safest college town in America and the 18th safest city in America according to Safewise.

Here is a little video that sums up why we love Winona:

If I have more questions whom do I contact?

Please Contact:
Megan Baginewski,
MCA Administrative Assistant
mca@smumn.edu
507-453-5500

What other Summer Camps & Programs are offered at MCA & Saint Mary's University?

MCA offers summer camps and classes for ages 3-adult. In 2018 we will once again be offering a Mini-Summer Dance Intensive for dancers ages 9-13 years-old and Tap Camp, which will be expanded to 1 week!

Saint Mary’s University offers a variety of summer camps including Basket Ball, Volleyball & Hockey.

The quality instruction our daughter got and the camaraderie was superior to other intensive’s my daughter has attended. She loved camp and didn’t want to come home. We were also impressed with the personal communication from the staff.

Parent of SDI Participant

My daughter had a wonderful time and I felt like she was very safe there.

Parent of SDI Participant

Sample daily schedule for MCA’s Summer Intensive

Sample SDI Daily Schedule
7:30 am Breakfast at Alverna Center
9-10:45 am Ballet Technique Class for Yellow Level S#1
9-10:45 am Ballet Technique Class for Red Level S#2
11 am-12:15 pm Pointe Technique and Variations for Red Level S#1
11 am-12:15 pm Pointe Technique and Variations for Yellow Level S#2
12:15-1:15 pm Lunch at Alverna Center and free time
1:15-2:15 pm Theory Class: Dance Costume Design
2:15-3:30 pm Contemporary Dance Technique Class (modern, jazz, African, hip hop, etc)
3:45-5:30 pm Repertory for selected dancers in S#1
3:45-5:30 pm Repertory for selected dancers in S#2
5:35 pm Bus leaves for dinner on main campus
5:45-7 pm Dinner and Free Time
7-9 pm Arts and Culture Experience (attend a performance by Great River Shakespeare Festival, Minnesota Beethoven Festival, Minnesota Marine Art Museum, etc) OR Arts and Culture Class (Character Development Workshop, Theatrical Dance Makeup Seminar, Musical Theatre Repertory, Dance Aesthetics in Film, etc)
9:15 pm Checked into dorms
10:00 pm In bed
10:30 pm Lights out!

My daughter enjoyed the high level of training and the small class sizes!

Parent of SDI Participant

Compared to other SDI’s this one was more bang for our buck!…longer amount of time spent dancing, more variety of classes taught, and a better showcase of lessons learned, at MCA. MCA seemed FAR SUPERIOR!

Parent of SDI Participant

Meet Some of the Past and Future Guest Artists and Faculty for MCA’s Summer Dance Intensive:

Allan Kinzie

Allan Kinzie

Associate Artistic Director of Ballet Ensemble of Texas

Allan Kinzie has been a Ballet Master and Choreographer for the past twenty six years. Some of the works he has created have been, “Coppelia”, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, “Appalachian Spring”, “Scenes de Ballet”, and “Trauma into Light” to name a few. HIs ballets have been performed in Europe and the United States and his most recent work “Evensong” to music of Arvo Part was recently performed in the international finals of the Youth America Grand Prix competition in New York City. As a dancer, Mr. Kinzie performed with Dallas Ballet, Chicago City Ballet, Ballet Theatre Francais de Nancy, Ballet du Nord, and the Boston Ballet. Mr. Kinzie has toured extensively and performed with Rudolph Nureyev in his production of Don Quixote in fifteen foreign countries. Although choreographing with an emphasis on contemporary composers and movement invention is a passion, Mr. Kinzie is an accomplished Master Teacher and has taught at Walnut Hill School for the Performing Arts, the Boston Ballet School, Southern Methodist University, Texas Christian University and the University of Oklahoma.

Jessica Dienger

Jessica Dienger

MCA Hip Hop, Tap & Jazz Faculty

Jessica has been studying all forms of dance since the age of three. She eventually turned her lifelong passion for the art into a career when she began teaching at the Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts in 2006. She was a founding member and dancer of the Two Lakes Dance Project in 2010, and in 2014 restaged Plum’s Divine Crazy Quilt for the DRC 40th Anniversary Concert. Dienger has created original works for both DRC & DRC. Dienger now teaches jazz, hip hop and tap at MCA. In 2017 she became a certified PulsePointe Barre Instructor. She resides in La Crosse, WI with her husband, Mitch and daughter Elliotte.

Danielle Schelich

Danielle Schelich

Dorm Chaperone

Schleich started dancing at the age of five at The Classical Ballet Academy of Minnesota, performing in numerous original works and historic ballets. In 2005, she moved to Winona and joined The Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts. Since then, Danielle has had the opportunity to perform in all of the Dance Repertory Company productions, present original choreography for DRC II, and both participate in as well as chaperone for MCA’s summer dance intensive. She has also attended the American College Dance Festival as well as workshops with Madison Ballet and River North Dance Chicago. Danielle graduated from Saint Mary’s University in 2015 with a B.A. in Criminal Justice and minors in Dance and Biology.

Jamie Schwaba

Jamie Schwaba

Managing Director of MCA & Theatre Instructor

Schwaba holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre with a minor in Communications from Carroll University in Waukesha, WI and is currently pursing a Masters degree in Adult and Continuing Education Leadership through University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee.  Before relocating to Winona for this position she was the Director of Continuing Education and Children’s Theatre Director at University of Wisconsin- Marinette from 2007-2014. Also while living in Marinette Schwaba was an active member of the Menominee Area Arts Council who’s mission was to promote, educate and support local arts activities.  Prior to living in Marinette she spent 8 years in the Milwaukee area where she was the Education Director at Milwaukee Youth Theatre, taught at First Stage Milwaukee, Danceworks, To The Pointe Fine Arts Academy and the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music as well as performed professionally with Skylight Music Theatre, Discovery World and Windfall Theatre.

Tammy Schmidt

Tammy Schmidt

Director of Dance

Schmidt holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Ballet from Texas Christian University and a Master of Fine Arts in Dance from the University of Oklahoma. In 2017 she became an ABT (American Ballet Theatre) Certified teacher for Pre-Primary-Level 3. As director of dance, Schmidt leads and teaches in the dance division of MCA, as well as the dance minor program at Saint Mary's University. Additionally, she serves as artistic director for MCA's Dance Repertory Company. Schmidt has restaged and choreographed several full-length ballets for the company including: Cinderella, Paquita, The Nutcracker, Excerpts from Swan Lake, and the Kingdom of the Shades from La Bayadère. Schmidt received the State of Oklahoma's Miguel Terekhov award for her original ballet, A Tender Age. Schmidt is a member of the American College Dance Festival Association and the National Dance Education Association. She has previously taught at Viterbo University, Winona State University, La Crosse Dance Centre, the University of Oklahoma, North Houston Ballet, and Backstage Dance Theatre. Her performing career includes work with Ballet Dallas, Houston Ballet, Ballet Austin, Milwaukee Ballet, and Oklahoma Festival Ballet. Contact Tammy at: Tschmidt@smumn.edu or 507-453-5502.

Sharon Mansur

Sharon Mansur

Dance Professor & SHIFT Curator

Originally from the East Coast, Sharon Mansur is a dance and visual artist integrating movement and images within live performance events, site-specific installations and dance films. She is currently based in Winona, MN, and her dance films have been screened throughout the U.S. as well as Ireland, Canada, Germany and Italy. variation on residue won Best Performance Award at the Mirror Mountain Film Festival in 2015.  Sharon has been a dance professor at Winona State University and the University of Maryland, and was recently a guest artist at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Luther College, and the Texas Dance Improvisation Festival. She has guest taught at several other universities, dance festivals and studios, including at MCA’s Summer Dance Intensive.  Sharon is currently on staff at Infinity Chiropractic & Wellness Center in Winona as a Certified Massage Therapist, Reiki energy healing practitioner and Somatic educator, and curates their SHIFT~ performance salons.

Raina Racki

Raina Racki

Instructor - Dance

Raina's dance roots and shoots sprouted here in Winona, training, performing and even starting to teach ballet with Stefannie Valencia Kierlin.  After 10 years with Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (formally known as The Ballet School and Children in Concert), Raina dove barefoot into modern dance at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee where she earned a BFA degree in Dance, after which, she attended a Summer Intensive at the Alvin Ailey School in New York City.  Raina has enjoyed teaching dance in Honolulu and Hilo, HI, Durham, NC, Chicago, IL, Haifa, Israel and Winona, MN.  Her performing career has included a range of work in ballet, modern and hula dance, musical theatre, theatre, choral singing, French horn tooting and a touch of aerial strap flying.  Raina feels blessed to have traveled the world and performed in places such as Kyoto, Japan, Vilnius Lithuania, and at the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.  Some companies Raina has worked with are:  Children in Concert of Winona; Chicago Moving Company, Rachel Bunting and the Humans, and Lyric Opera Company of Chicago; Convergence Dance Theater, Ohi'a Productions and Wai Company of Oahu, Portland Musical Theater Company and Randee Paufve and Dancers in Oregon. When not in the studio, Raina loves spending time gardening and being with her beloved husband and children.

Avin Honecker-Sherman

MCA Faculty & Certified Pilates Instructor

Honecker-Sherman is a graduate from Winona State University with a B.A. in Professional Studies: Dance and Movement Studies. She has performed with MCA’s Dance Repertory Company as well as performing for WSU, the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, Ballet Arts City Children’s Nutcracker Project, American College Dance Festivals, Sam Costas “10,000 Dances” Company, Sweets of May Irish Dance, Children’s Dance Theatre, and many other community performances. Honecker-Sherman is a graduate of Perpich Center for Arts Education and has also been a guest teacher. Her teaching experience includes ballet, modern, jazz, tap, clogging, improvisation, swing, and Irish dance. She is also a Personal Fitness Trainer, is a certified instructor in Pilates, and is skilled in kickboxing, land and water aerobics, and weight training.

Ryan Cappleman

Ryan Cappleman

Skylight Music Theatre & University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Ryan Cappleman, B.F.A in Inter-Arts Musical Theatre Performance from Peck School of the Arts at University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee. A Milwaukee native, Cappleman is a performer, choreographer, director, musician, and teacher. He has performed Off Broadway, in Chicago, and in Milwaukee with the Skylight, In Tandem Theater, Vogel Hall, First Stage Children’s Theater, Milwaukee Chamber Theater, Sunset Playhouse, and Windfall Theater. Ryan has won six Tommy Awards for choreography and direction, working with many area high schools and universities. Ryan teaches for Danceworks, and has taught previously at First Stage, Children’s Theater of Madison, Northbrook Theater for Young Audiences, and The Virginia State Thespian Conference.

Jennifer Taber-O'Neill

Jennifer Taber-O'Neill

MCA Faculty, Align Barre, and Cecchetti Grade I teacher certified

Jennifer Taber-O’Neill holds an M.A. in Dance Education from Barat College and a Bachelor of Dance Arts from the University of Michigan. Taber-O’Neill has taught at Winona State University, College of Lake County, Lansing Community College, and at numerous conferences, studios and academies throughout the Midwest. Currently, Ms. Taber-O’Neill is on faculty at Rochester Community and Technical College and Saint Mary’s University, Winona. Taber-O’Neill was the Artistic Director of the Pre-Professional Program and the Education Director for Allegro School of Dance and Music in Rochester, Minnesota. Jennifer is Align Barre, Leap ‘N Learn, Cecchetti Grade I teacher certified and is a member of the National Dance Education Organization. Taber-O’Neill’s original works have been performed by many colleges and companies including the College of Lake County, Lansing Community College, and the Children’s Dance Theater Her performance experience includes Happendance Company, Revival Dance and the Emily Berry Dance Company (now B3W).

Christine Martin

Christine Martin

Instructor - Dance

Martin has been a faculty member at the Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts since 1994 and served as managing director from 1999 to 2012. She also teaches dance for Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, Viterbo University, and Winona State University.  Martin previously taught at Virginia Luoma Dance Studio and Viterbo University. Martin's performing career includes work with the Minneapolis-based tap company, Keane Sense of Rhythm at: The Minneapolis and Thunder Bay, Canada Fringe Festivals, the Minneapolis and Chicago Human Rhythm Projects, and Choreographer's Evening at the Walker Arts Center. She has staged and choreographed a variety of original works and excerpts for Classical ballet's for the MCA's Dance Repertory Company including Paquita, Swan Lake, and The Nutcracker. Martin has choreographed several musicals including A Chorus Line, Baby, Cabaret, Company, Dames at Sea, Guys and Dolls, Gypsy, Little Shop of Horrors, Showtune, Urinetown, and The Wizard of Oz for Gilmore Creek Summer Theatre, Home and Community Options, SMU's Department of Theatre and Dance, and WSU's Theatre and dance Department. Martin is a graduate of Saint Mary's University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Relations.

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LOCATION

Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts
1164 West Howard (10th) Street
Winona, MN 55987

Phone: 507-453-5500
Fax: 507-453-5507

HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday - Tuesday
9 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Wednesday
11:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Thursday - Friday
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Building and Galleria open during programming

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This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

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