Our Partners
In fiscal year 2017, Intermedia Arts partnered with the following 70 community organizations,schools, libraries, government entities, businesses, and individuals for programming and projects:

20% Theater Company Twin Cities
American Civil Liberties Union
American Evaluation Association
Ananya Dance Theatre
Body Wisdom, Inc.
Bush Foundation
Ce Tempoxcalli
Chadwick Phillips
City of Minneapolis (Arts Culture and the Creative Economy)
City of Minneapolis (Creative Asset Mapping)
City of Minneapolis (Electoral Engagement)
City of Minneapolis (Regulatory Services Department)
City of Saint Paul (Artists in Residence)
City of St. James
City of Worthington
Don’t You Feel It Too?
Ecuador Manta
Electric Machete Studios
EMC Arts
Family Tree Clinic
Festival de las Calaveras
Grantmakers In the Arts
Green Card Voices
Hennepin County
Hennepin County Library (Minneapolis Central Library)
Highpoint Center for Printmaking
Hip Hop History and the Arts
IFP Minnesota
Jean-Nickolaus Tretter Collection In Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual And Transgender Studies
Joi Unlimited / OM Community Coach Training Program
Kalpulli Ketzal Coatlicue
Kresge Foundation
Kulture Klub Collaborative
Learning Dreams
Little Coyote Puppet Theatre
Little Earth of United Tribes
Maia Maiden
Mama Mosaic
Memphis UrbanArt
Mesa Arts Center
National Performance Network
Nexus Community Partners
Pangea World Theater
Patricks Cabaret
Project for Public Spaces
Quatrefoil Library
Rainbow Health Initiative
Rainbow Research
RARE Productions
Rosy Simas Danse
Southwest Minnesota Housing Partnership
St. James High School
St. Paul Youth Services
Tantrum Art Collective
The Givens Foundation of African American Literature at the University of Minnesota Libraries
The Ordway
Tokheim Stoneware Museum
Tru Art Speaks
TruRuts Endeavors
University of Minnesota's Office for Multicultural Student Engagement
University of St. Thomas
Urban Strategies
Worthington High School

In FY17, Intermedia Arts served an additional 29 organizations and community members through rentals of our facilities (including our theater, gallery, and ArtsHub), which enabled them to showcase and host their own creativity, work, and activities in the community. Organizations and individuals served include:

16 Feet Choreographers
Advantage Labs
All God's Children
Amanda Leaveck
Button Poetry
Clare Driscoll and Georgia Sylvester
Curl Power Salon
Data Curation Experts
Electric Citizen
Frank Theater
Institute for Functional Medicine Connects Minneapolis - St Paul
Julianna and the Blue Lotus
Lecia Grossman
Line Break Media
Minneapolis College of Art & Design
Minnesota Fringe Festival
Small Multiples
St Paul Conservatory for the Performing Arts
Stephanie Mann
The Jerome Foundation
Trans Job Fair
Twin Cities Film Festival
Underground Media Collective
Veterans Resilience Project