Exciting New Offerings – Sign up today!

Region 2 Arts Council is excited to offer several Professional Development opportunities and an information session for the Individual Artist Grant applications due October 31. Please read below for details:

Individual Artist Grant applications are due October 31

IAG Information Session
via Zoom
Thursday, October 15
6:30 p.m.

Click here to Register
(Registration is required)

Region 2 Arts Council Individual Artist Grants are made possible with funding from the McKnight Foundation

Arts in Digital Spaces Series for Artists and Arts / Culture Organizations

Whether you’re starting from scratch or ready to build on your existing digital engagement, the Arts in Digital Spaces series will provide the tools you need. How it works:

Part 1: Sign up Now! Once registered you will receive a brief questionnaire to identify your needs (closes Oct. 16)
Part 2: Attend, listen and learn! Two webinars will be made available to those that sign up – These webinars will provide you with the key elements of digital engagement.

Arts and Culture organizations located in Beltrami, Clearwater, Lake of the Woods, Mahnomen, and Hubbard Counties will be invited to apply for a deeper dive with our facilitators for Parts 3&4. Contact staff@r2arts.org for more information!

This workshop series is made possible by Region 2 Arts Council, the Forum of Regional Arts Councils of Minnesota, and Open Voices LLC


Work of Art is a professional development curriculum designed to teach business skills to artists in all disciplines — visual, performing and literary arts. Artists can take the whole series, or individual workshops that best suit their needs.

Dates for Workshop Series
October 21 – April 7
Every two Wednesdays
1:00 – 3:30pm 
Click here for details and to register

This series is sponsored by the Lake Region Arts CouncilRegion 2 Arts Council, and West Central Initiative. This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Lake Region Arts Council and Region 2 Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage fund.