Minnesota Public Radio is the state's largest cultural organization, providing 94 percent of the population with free access to some of the best broadcast cultural programming in the world. We are very pleased to have been awarded a grant from the 2013 Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund Competitive Public Radio Grants process, and we're using the funds awarded to implement projects around the following six projects:
Descriptions for all elements of Minnesota Public Radio projects supported in part by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund are available here. (opens in pdf)
Projected outcomes and measurements for all current MPR projects supported by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund are available here. (opens in pdf)
A full report to the Minnesota State Legislature on calendar year 2012 [LINK ATTACHED] Minnesota Public Radio activities supported by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund is available here. (opens in pdf)
For more information on the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund, please visit the State of Minnesota's Legacy Amendment website at legacy.leg.mn.
Minnesota Mixa> highlights the ways the state's increasingly diverse population is reflected in and is influencing its arts and culture scene. Every story adds to the understanding of the evolving multicultural mix that is modern-day Minnesota.
Check out one of their latest videos on local artists, this one featuring Ranee Ramaswamy and Ragamala Dance:
Share your feedback with us about our programming and projects supported by Minnesota Legacy Amendment's Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund.