This Is Our City
Creative CityMaking Interactive Visual Art Exhibit
Beyond the Pure Fellowships for Writers
Grant program & fellowship opportunity for emerging Minnesota writers
The stage is yours. What will you share?
A partnership of Intermedia Arts and the city of Minneapolis
Sparking dialogue and social change with new performing arts, visual arts and films!
A writing circle for teen poets, novelists, fiction writers, essayists and more!
Participants write, direct, and produce their own short films.
Workshops & Residencies
Intermedia Arts offers workshops, daycamps, residencies and more!
Talented teen artists producing media for local organizations and businesses
Work with accomplished local artists in a variety of art forms!
Affordable, creative, co-working here at Intermedia Arts.
Youth Leadership Council
The YLC builds leadership skills while creating new arts opportunities for youth.
The Creative Community Leadership Institute
Leadership training for community-engaged artists and developers.
Family Art Day | Dia Del Arte Familiar
Creative Fun-Making at Intermedia Arts | Diversión Creativa en Intermedia Arts
3 Bands. 3 Hours. 3 Bucks.
VERVE Grants for Spoken Word Poets
Awards grants of up to $4,000 to emerging Minnesota spoken word poets.
Intermedia Arts' internationally renowned multimedia celebration of women in hip-hop.
Summer Youth Internships
Youth learn valuable job skills as they create films about issues in the community.
Summer Day Camps and Classes
Summer day camps and workshops in hip hop, theater, graffiti, animation, and literature!
The Joint Project
Build. Explore. Create. Welcome to The JOINT Project: a kinesthetic collaboration among artists.
A provocative look at the "N" word through the female lens.
A multi-disciplinary exhibition features fresh new artwork by Twin Cities area youth spanning ages from 11 to 19.
An exhibit featuring Minneapolis based-artists working for community change.
So Fresh and So Green
Exploring themes of Environmental Crisis, Racial Injustice, Economic Imbalance, Homophobia and Transphobia.
Political Theatre Festival: In America We Trust
The 13th Annual Political Theater Festival.
Artifact Traffic is a multidisciplinary storytelling performed by Native American artists and friends through spoken word, live visual art, film, animation, dance and music.
40th Anniversary Gala
Delicious food, silent auction, and live music!
A radical, and ruckus evening of Queer expression.
Mentorship and education on the culture, history and techniques of graffiti aerosol art.
This Was Made for Women's Bodies
The stories of real women must be told.
Influences of Graffiti on Art, People and Culture.
FaceTime Challenge Portrait Studio
Be part of a creative and energizing mural project this summer at Intermedia Arts!
Home Sweet Home Again
Artwork and poetry by local artists and poets on homelessness, affordable housing, and the meaning of home.
Word Becomes Flesh
Complexities and contradictions surrounding race and gender in America.
A liteary reading series featuring emerging and established GLBT writers.
Love is Love
An artistic collective response to the Marriage amendement and the impact on our community
A film fest envisioning a different future of urbanism and how we live together.
Not About Bombs
Eminent female Iraqi artists explore an identity in flux.
Mixed media exhibition showcasing the mysteries and miracles of Latin American life and art.
A film showcasing global change through innovative enterprise
The Art of Tibetan Survival
Contemporary & traditional artists share visions of Tibet in this mixed media exhibition.
Color Theory for the 21st Century
A literary reading series featuring readings by writers of color.
Outside the Circle
An exploration of love and what happens when we internalize society’s phobias.
Inspiring and informative story about the rise of urban farming.
A new residency program designed to support local, community-engaged artists.
The only teen dance party where you make and star in a superhero movie!
New Indigenous Cinema
The best in contemporary film and video made by Amerian Indian artists.
Confessions of a Lazy Hmong Woman
May Lee Yang discovers The Rules for Being Good Hmong Girl.
SASE Jerome Grants for Writers
Now the Beyond the Pure Fellowships for Writers
Loose Ends: Definitions of the Young Mind
An all-youth created and curated interdisciplinary art exhibit
Dimensions of Indigenous
Annual exhibit featuing the work of native and Indigenous artists.
Feed & Be Fed (Alimenta & Déjate Alimentar)
A cross-cultural gallery exhibition in celebration of Dia de los Muertos
Artist, mother, and resident Michele Spaise tells the story of her community through photography and sound.
Viva Las Roots
An interactive culinary journey honoring cultural recipes of the past
Upstream: Recent Photographs
It takes courage to show yourself when somebody is staring at you through a lens.
28 Days of Good Energía
28 days of arts events celebrating culture, joy, and the revolutionary act of eating together
A generation struggles to heal from the traumas of a secret war.
Performance series exploring Indigenous identity, rights, struggles, and experiences.
Performance project that focuses on revising archived and embodied Cherokee Two-Spirit/GLBTQ memories.
Stephen King, Dario Argento, and Freddy Krueger? They ain't got nothing on us!
Potluck of Ideas
Community Potluck exploring the state of America today
Meet Intermedia Arts' current Artist-in-Residence, Robert Farid Karimi.
G.A.S.P! (Gender Anarchy Sex Positivity)
Exploring non-conforming gender roles and sex positive education through art and community organizing
Journey into the passions of hip-hop with international icons Rokafella and Kwikstep.
Sounds of (R)evolution
Multimedia literary reading showcasing stories of community leaders, artists and Changemakers.
The America Project
Inspiring and igniting passionate ideals around citizenry, civic work, and active civic engagement.
¡Viva la Soul Power!
A PopUp Performance Restaurant where every day is Dia de Los Muertos!
Legacies of War
Explore a forgotten chapter in U.S. history through the voices of Laos villagers.
Phillips Community Televison
Intermedia Arts and Phillips Community Television completed an exciting merger in 2009!