Coordinator: Jacque Wilson
The Minneapolis American Indian Center (MAIC) is one of the oldest urban Indian Centers in the country. MAIC preserves and supports cultural traditions through the arts, youth and intergenerational programs. Programs Include: Ginew/Golden Eagles Program, Indigenous Women's Life Net, Indian Child Welfare Program (ICWA), Senior Citizens Programs, Two Rivers Gallery, Workforce Investment Act Program.
Community Space also available for rent.
Created in 2009, New Native Theatre is the Twin Cities only Native American organization dedicated to producing professional theatre and events for the stage from a Native American worldview.
New Native Theatre offers a monthly playreading series entitled, The Well Red Series. You can catch Well Red every last Friday evening of the month at All My Relations Gallery, 1414 Franklin Avenue East, Minneapolis.
The Tiwahe Foundation is a living legacy that honors and champions American Indian families, traditions, and spirituality through giving, fosters leadership and improves lives for present and future generations.
The American Indian Family Empowerment Program Fund (AIFEP) is a grant-making project of the Tiwahe Foundation, which awards grants to individuals working to be of service to their community, connected to their culture, and to have their potential realized. AIFEP supports an individual or family in pursuit of professional, educational, or cultural opportunities. Grants range from $500 to $2,500.
Two Rivers Gallery is located at the Minneapolis American Indian Center along the American Indian Cultural Corridor. Our mission is to expose emerging Native artists by providing a space to exhibit work and nurture creativity. Two Rivers is an active space for the community to build relationships and to collaborate strengthening Native art and artistic voices within the Twin Cities.