Springboard for the Arts partners with local organization Brownbody to bring a winter community event series to the Rondo/Frogtown neighborhood.
In celebration of the new year, Springboard for the Arts has created a mini ice rink at their site on 262 University Avenue in Saint Paul. Beginning on January 20 through February 4, Springboard will partner with local organization Brownbody for Springboard on Ice, a series of performances and free community events for all ages!
Join Springboard and Brownbody for the following events:
Live Peformances by Brownbody and Free Drop-in Skating Lessons
Saturday, January 20 and 27
Sunday, February 4
1:00-4pm Central Time
Film Screening and Q&A of "Tracing Sacred Steps" a new film from Brownbody
Saturday, January 27, 5:00 - 7:00pm Central Time
For more information and to view the full event schedule, visit https://springboardforthearts.org/springboard-on-ice/
Springboard on Ice activities are made possible with support from the Saint Paul Cultural STAR Program.
Photography by Thai Phan-Quang.
Springboard on Ice serves as a continuation of Springboard's Site Activation program. Launched in early 2022 as a call for local artists to activate Springboard's space in Saint Paul, the program has since facilitated over 40 unique, artist-led events, including live performances, book releases, artist markets, festivals, and workshops.
For more information or media requests, contact Destiny Davison, Communications Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-789-2098.
Grounded in African diasporic perspectives, Brownbody's mission is to build artistic experiences that disrupt biased narratives and prompt audiences to engage as active participants in the journey. Brownbody accomplishes this through a blend of modern dance, theater, social justice, and figure skating. Learn more at http://www.brownbody.org.
Founded in 1991, Springboard for the Arts works at the intersection of arts and economic and community development, helping local artists and communities thrive together. Springboard for the Arts' mission is to support artists with the tools to make a living and a life, and to build just and equitable communities full of meaning, joy, and connection. Our vision is of a world where artists are essential; local economies are vibrant and just; and the systems that surround us are human-centered. With headquarters in St. Paul and Fergus Falls, MN, our practitioner-led work consists of direct resources, consulting, training, and movement building that supports over 22,000 artists and community members and helps support, incubate and launch over 500 artist-led businesses each year. Learn more about our work at http://www.springboardforthearts.org.