We’ve just launched the largest initiative in our history: a $14 million capital campaign to build a state-of-the-art facility at our current location. A generous lead gift of $1.3 million from the McKnight Foundation ensures a jump-start into this campaign and into new territory. McKnight’s gift re-enforces our belief in our mission and demonstrates the value of what we do at Juxtaposition Arts. JXTA’s success is due to the continued advocacy from those in our many shared communities: this is what makes JXTA possible.
We’re raising money to build a new facility, but this project is much more than raising funds for a building. The new structure on the corner of Emerson and Broadway will house new and expanded programs, employ new and seasoned artists and designers, and ensure young people have access to the arts for generations to come. This foundation will allow us to plant firm roots and to continue our place-making mission on solid footing as we move into this next phase of JXTA’s trajectory. Thank you to the McKnight Foundation for their continued support. Together we’re building a secure and exciting future for JXTA.
Image from left to right: McKnight Foundation Arts Program Director Vickie Benson, JXTA Chief Cultural Producer Roger Cummings, JXTA Tactical Urbanism Lab Lead and Development Associate Adrienne Doyle, JXTA Chief Executive Officer DeAnna Cummings, Textiles Lab Lead Ben Peterson, and McKnight Foundation President Kate Wolford.