Jul
30
  • DATE: Thu. Jul. 30, 2015
  • TIME: 9:00 am

Session #1: July 14 – July 30, 2015 Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays from 9am-12pm.

 

Jul
25
  • DATE: Sat. Jul. 25, 2015
  • TIME: 1:00 pm

The JXTA campus will be buzzing on Saturday, July 25th from 1-7pm.

Tactical Urbanism JXTAATFLOW#JXTATACTICAL

Activity: The newest collaborative lab at JXTA, Tactical Urbanism, will be featuring transit engagement activities in the Saint Satoko Pocket Park. Get interactive with the popular James Rojas workshop, grab a transit Zine, and play in a life-sized transit-themed game that will serve as a fun way to give your input on West Broadway public transit.

Textile & Screen Printing #JXTATEXTILES (Store hours for FLOW: Friday, 7/24 @ 3-7pm and Saturday 7/25 @ 1-7pm).

Activity: Check out our now open storefront, designed & remodeled by Nate Young, Stephen Young, Lindsay Splichal and JXTA apprentices!

Bring your own shirt for a $5 print or $25 for pre-printed gear. Other products available for sale are canvas and nylon drawstring tote bags, #BlackLivesMatter apparel, Northside and Midwest t-shirt designs, plus our new summer t-shirt line.

Contemporary Art Studio #JXTAcpArt

Activity: The summer Public Art artist collective will present their latest works as an exhibition with 3d and multimedia work in the JXTA gallery. Come explore the ideas and themes behind their mission through sound, visuals and conversation.

Graphics Lab #JXTAGraphics

Activity: Button-making time is happening in 1108! Also check out their latest portfolio and get an interactive tour of where the magic happens.

Enviro Design Studio #JXTAEnviro

Activity: Come and see! Enviro Design’s new space, Community Design Studio and Fabrication Lab, will have a soft opening. The lab will also engage in a share-back on their recent work for the developing Northside Greenway work + and showcase different designs and completed Enviro projects in their new learning space.

VALT #JXTAVALT

Activity: Get a hands-on experience of two foundational drawing techniques all VALTers learn. Instructors Drew and Hawwa will conduct a workshop in 1108 space for charcoal gesture drawings and Notan paper cut-outs.

Jul
23
  • DATE: Thu. Jul. 23, 2015
  • TIME: 5:00 pm
  • LOCATION: Homewood Studios
Canaan Ray-Strong 2

Aerosol on wood panel, by Canaan Ray-Strong.

Join us at Homewood Studios for conversation and celebration of Northside artists and creativity on the 10th Anniversary of FLOW: Northside Art Crawl. RSVP on Facebook. 

Beginning at 5pm, the ten FLOW postcard artists will be the featured guests for an artists’ talk focused on the question, “What does it mean to be an artist working, intentionally working, in a community, in our community of North Minneapolis?”

JXTA Contemporary Art Studio apprentices Kayla Baribeau and Canaan Ray-Armstrong along with other Northside artists, will talk on the panel for approximately 60-90 minutes.

Other activities happening that evening on Plymouth Ave include cultural dancing and music at Asian Media Access, a street party between Russell and Sheridan Avenues, examples of work by artists living in the new Art Space Artists Homes on Plymouth, and the gallery show at Homewood Studios – RE: Action ~ Gathering Momentum, a group show by thirteen women artists from the Twin Cities.

Jul
14
  • DATE: Tue. Jul. 14, 2015
  • TIME: 9:00 am

Session #2: July 14 – July 30, 2015 Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays from 9am-12pm.

Jul
10
  • DATE: Fri. Jul. 10, 2015
  • TIME: 9:00 am

Session #1: June 16 – July 10, 2015, meets Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays from 9am-12pm.

*Holiday break starts on June 29 – July 3, 2015.

Jun
30
  • DATE: Tue. Jun. 30, 2015
  • TIME: 5:30 pm

Join fellow Northside residents for free workshops on how to tell the real stories from your community using photography, videography, news reporting, blogging, and social media. Telling Stories from Your Neighborhoodparticipants will not only learn tools and techniques from accomplished professionals, but will be paid a stipend to apply those skills to creating their own community stories that will be shared on theTwin Cities Daily Planet, with assistance from editor Allison Herrera.

Registration is required and space is very limited, so register TODAY, by emailing events@tcdailyplanet.net

NOTE: Registration for all sessions in a particular series is highly recommended.

Jordan Lee Thompson is an art worker and educator who works in a variety of mediums including video production, installation, projection, performance, animation and other new media to combine his passions of participatory art, critical theory, sociology, and storytelling. Jordan has been working with digital media production since he was fourteen, and now spends his days as the Youth Media Coordinator at CTV North Suburbs where he directs the Youth Media Department and its award-winning CreaTV afterschool program. Jordan and his team develop and facilitate on-site and mobile workshops on media literacy and production for youth, helping teens write, produce and distribute their own short films. Jordan also teaches editing classes at Minneapolis Telecommunications Network and is the Creative Director of the Twin-Cities-based multidisciplinary dance company Dance & Other Behaviors. Jordan holds a BFA in Studio Arts, a BA in Art History and Arts Management, and a certificate in Museum Studies from the University of Iowa. You might find him around the Twin Cities wherever there’s new theater, live music and great food.

Jun
29
  • DATE: Mon. Jun. 29, 2015
  • TIME: 12:00 am

JXTA Free Wall summer programs will be closed on the following dates: Monday, June 29 – Friday, July 3, 2015.

Jun
25
  • DATE: Thu. Jun. 25, 2015
  • TIME: 6:00 pm
  • LOCATION: June 17, 2015

A trio of dynamic Minneapolis design leaders will be the highlight of a highly-interactive event about Parks and the Next Generation. Together they will explore questions facing our world-class park system:

  • How are youth engaging with parks and public space differently than a generation ago?
  • What innovations are the next generation bringing to the use and design of future parks?
  • How is “Tactical Urbanism” being used to activate public spaces in creative, playful new ways.
  • Who are the park users of tomorrow and how can parks adapt to meet those changing needs.
  • Our three featured guests will discuss projects now underway in North Minneapolis and demonstrate how youth are recreating our parks, in what promises to be a fun and interactive event.

Featuring:

Roger Cummings, Founder, Juxtaposition Arts and Loeb Fellow;

Tom Fisher, outgoing Dean, University of Minnesota College of Design and incoming Dayton Hudson Land Grant Chair and Director, University of Minnesota Metropolitan Design Center; and

Kristine Miller, Professor and Department Head, University of Minnesota College of Design Department of Landscape Architecture.

With Special Guest Cameron Downey, JXTA Apprentice

For more information on this event, visit the Minneapolis Parks Foundation’s website.

Jun
25
  • DATE: Thu. Jun. 25, 2015
  • TIME: 3:00 pm

It’s a party y’all! This summer, the Pathways to College and Careers (PaCC) program is moving outside to the Saint Satoko Pocket Park, and you’re invited. There will be a James Rojas-inspired community building workshop, transit survey questions and free Zines, games, music prizes and much more. Food will be provided.

Jun
23
  • DATE: Tue. Jun. 23, 2015
  • TIME: 5:30 pm
  • LOCATION: Juxtaposition Arts

Join fellow Northside residents for free workshops on how to tell the real stories from your community using photography, videography, news reporting, blogging, and social media. Telling Stories from Your Neighborhoodparticipants will not only learn tools and techniques from accomplished professionals, but will be paid a stipend to apply those skills to creating their own community stories that will be shared on theTwin Cities Daily Planet, with assistance from editor Allison Herrera.

Registration is required and space is very limited, so register TODAY, by emailing events@tcdailyplanet.net

Session 2: June 30, 5:30pm to 8:00pm, at Juxtaposition Arts.

NOTE: Registration for all sessions in a particular series is highly recommended.

Jordan Lee Thompson is an art worker and educator who works in a variety of mediums including video production, installation, projection, performance, animation and other new media to combine his passions of participatory art, critical theory, sociology, and storytelling. Jordan has been working with digital media production since he was fourteen, and now spends his days as the Youth Media Coordinator at CTV North Suburbs where he directs the Youth Media Department and its award-winning CreaTV afterschool program. Jordan and his team develop and facilitate on-site and mobile workshops on media literacy and production for youth, helping teens write, produce and distribute their own short films. Jordan also teaches editing classes at Minneapolis Telecommunications Network and is the Creative Director of the Twin-Cities-based multidisciplinary dance company Dance & Other Behaviors. Jordan holds a BFA in Studio Arts, a BA in Art History and Arts Management, and a certificate in Museum Studies from the University of Iowa. You might find him around the Twin Cities wherever there’s new theater, live music and great food.