Rescheduled (Virtual): Move the Crowd 2020
May 8, 2020, marks the originally scheduled date for our annual Move the Crowd fundraiser. While we were so looking forward to dressing up and celebrating with you in person, the current global pandemic has required us to shift our event to a virtual one.
On Friday, July 31, we will host our first-ever virtual Move the Crowd, featuring live interactive artmaking, an art exhibit and sale, and exciting announcements. The creatives at JXTA are working hard to replicate the energy, vibrancy, and dopeness of our regular in-person Move the Crowd. Plus, you’ll have the chance to peep and purchase new work, made in part as an exercise in resilience during these challenging times.
Your ongoing support helps us continue to provide free programming, education, and employment for over 200 young people in North Minneapolis every year.
Mark your calendar and stay tuned for event details, sneak peeks, and more. If we continue to support each other, we will come out on the other side more resilient, resourced, and with even bigger visions for the future.
Mark your calendars! 2020 marks JXTA’s 25th anniversary, and this year’s fourth annual Move the Crowd fundraiser will be the most significant in JXTA’s history. Help us celebrate JXTA’s past and its accomplishments, and, more significantly, position JXTA for even greater success in the future.
Move the Crowd features an art exhibition, art for sale, music, food, drinks, live art presentations, and more; all showcased at our own home base in North Minneapolis. Get a behind-the-scenes look at how JXTA operates at this very special annual event. Most importantly, your support ensures the same quality education and opportunities are available for generations to come.
Thank you to our sponsors:
LEAD: Best Buy
DOPEST: Phillips Family Foundation, U.S. Bank
DOPER: Knock, Inc., Lakes Sotheby’s, Rose Francis Foundation, Susan & Scot Milchman, Tom & Angela Wicka
DOPE: BluDot, First Avenue, Cindy & Jim Murphy, Sherry & Phillip Jaffe, Priya and John Morioka