dIn this issue: Springtime Follies
As befits the season, we're doing a bit of tidying up in access+ENGAGE. You've likely noticed that as mnartists.org's offerings have grown over the past several years, so has the length of our e-mag. In the interest of streamlining what shows up in your inbox twice a month, we're tweaking things a little, migrating our events selections from the "You Are Here" section in a+E to a new "staff-picks" feature, "Tipsheet," on the mnartists.org blog in coming weeks. In the meantime, if you're looking for arts happenings in your neck of the woods, look through our extensive DIY, user-driven calendar. Our newest staffer, Katie Czarniecki, has been tending the listings in recent months to keep things organized; I think you'll find the calendar's listings are both abundant and browser-friendly.
PLUS: A new crop of Community Supported Art (CSA) artists and the opening of sales for the spring 2011 season of member shares!
aE 63: Springtime Follies
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