Young Professional Arts Partnership Tour

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The Landmark Center, Room 205

75 West 5th Street

Saint Paul, MN 55102

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In the spirit of collaboration, the Arts Partnership is hosting a cocktail hour and an informational tour for the 4 Partners’ Young Professionals organizations. Come enjoy free wine, hors d'oeuvres and live music while learning about the new concert hall being built at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts. Be a part of what could be a long-lasting partnership. The groundwork has been set—it is up to us to keep it going.


Bring your business cards for a chance to win prizes contributed by the SPCO, the Minnesota Opera, the Schubert Club, and the Ordway!


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The Landmark Center, Room 205

75 West 5th Street

Saint Paul, MN 55102

United States

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Organizer The Arts Partnership

Organizer of Young Professional Arts Partnership Tour

The Arts Partnership is four organizations--Minnesota Opera, The Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, The Schubert Club and The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra--joining together to provide an extraordinary opportunity for our community.  The $79 million Arts Partnership Campaign will fund the solution to the long-standing challenges of producing at The Ordway Center for the Performing Arts in downtown St. Paul, Minnesota.  The imperative of the campaign is to “solve not study.”

 

The Arts Partnership is a unique collaboration--none of its four organizations dominate.  Rather, leadership of the Arts Partnership rotates among the four and the needs of the community are placed above the needs of any one particular organization.  The result is that a beloved landmark--the Ordway--will bring even greater value to the community. 

 

The challenges at the Ordway boil down to time and money.  There is too little time on the over-utilized calendar, and the endowment is too small.  The solution is the construction of an 1100-seat concert hall (on the footprint of the under-used McKnight Theatre) to relieve scheduling pressure, and to raise an endowment to support the use of the Center by all the Partners.  The mutual interests of the four organizations hold the Arts Partnership together, with the schedule and usage rules described in a binding Master Agreement.  It is a national model for how arts organizations can thrive together.

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