<p>Julana Torres and Rico Anderson perform in The Red Door Project's EVOLVE which explores the relationship between law enforcement and communities of color</p>
<p>	Photo credit: Kathleen Kelly</p>
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The Red Door Project’s EVOLVE

<p>Artist Facilitator Josh Stelly works with MAC participants in his Manitou Springs studio.<br />
	Photography by Anslee Wolfe, on behalf of Colorado Springs Health Foundation (a local funder of the MAC program)</p>

Military Arts Connection

SFAI Story Maps Fellowship

<p>(l to r) Mayor of Crystal, MN, Jim Adams; Springboard for the Arts Director of Community Development Programs Jun-Li Wang; Artists Nick Knutson (in the robot costume), Shawn McCann, and Geno Okok; Hennepin County Senior Planning Analyst Crystal Myslajek and family; Hennepin County Commissioner Mike Opat (Dist. 1), at the Art on the Strip celebration in Crystal, in front of a new mural commissioned from McCann for Cultivate Bottineau.</p>
<p>	Photo Credit: Peter Jamus</p>

Springboard for the Arts’ Cultivate Bottineau Placemaking Project

<p>Dedication Day.  Bureau of Enquiry</p>

community collabARTive

Following in the Footsteps of Alexander Hamilton, year III

<p>The Broadway cast of Come from Away gives a free public performance at the Playbill SFH Piano at Stonewall National Monument. Cast members, some of whom are members of the LGBTQ+ community, also shared emotional testimonials about how much it means to the theater community to have this type of environment where all have a place to express themselves openly.</p>

Sing for Hope + Playbill + National Park Service World Pride Concerts

<p>Veteran and civilian dancers selected from a series of workshops rehearsed a new piece with professional artists for six months before their combined performance with DIAVOLO at the Straz Center during the week of the Medal of Honor Convention in Tampa, FL. Photo provided by the Straz Center.</p>

Straz Center's VetArtSpan

<p>Pictured: “A Somba Celebration” by Goree Drum & Dance, reflecting on day-to-day life in Senegal and remembering to be grateful for the good things in life.<br />
	Created & Directed by Balla & Ndeyekhady Sy, performed by Adrienne Collini, Adiah Shaw, Karah Adams, Balla Sy, Shamba Muhammed, Devin Shaw, Saniosa Twitty, Serrita Sy, Imani Williams, Nzeinga Head<br />
	St. John’s Episcopal Church<br />
	Saturday, May 4, 2019<br />
	Photo by Steve Wagner</p>

Station Hope 2019

<p>The iconic "Torch of Friendship" sculpture in downtown San Antonio not only represents the long-lasting connection between the city and Mexico, but is also the catalyst for the city-wide partnership between the Department of Arts & Culture and 20+ arts and non-arts organizations to present the "Sebastian in San Antonio: 50+ Years / 20+ Sites / 100+ Works" exhibit.</p>

Sebastian in San Antonio