Our Partners are nonprofit arts and culture organizations, individual artists, arts-related businesses and other nonprofits using art to further their missions and contribute to the Metro’s vibrancy and economic well-being. We turn to our Partners to help sustain and nurture a community where creativity thrives and enhances the lives of all our citizens.

To view the benefits of being a Partner with us or to apply, click here.


Individual Artist Partners

Scroll our community’s diverse range of creatives working in all art forms and media

Andersen Studios/Ken Andersen
(photography)

Angie Mueller
(craft)

Ann Arbor Miller
(photography)

anna johnson printmaking two spirits

Brad Bachmeier/Bachmeier Pottery
(ceramic pottery, sculpture, public art)

BiblioTrek/Mark Elton
(illustration, graphic design)

Sing to me in the morning

Birgit Pruess
(photography, jewelry)

Brandin Haaland
(painting)

brownbird handmade lacey hagensen all natural lipbalm

Brown Bird Handmade
(jewelry, handmade, crafts)

Carol Anne Hough
(playwright)

Carol Kapaun Ratchenski
(writer, creativity mentor)

The Poetry Reader by Char Marie Flood
Christina Johnson Fargo Film Festival poster

Christopher Coen
(multi)

Cold Sweat/Ryan Tetzloff
(hiphop, dj, turntable)

Dan Koeck Photography
(photography)

David Allen Music
(alt-country)

Dennis Krull/5foot20 Design Lounge
(fine art, graphic design, photography, jewelry)

Designs by Krista Marie
(jewelry, craft)

Eli Davis
(drums)

Emily Vieweg
(poetry)

eric e. johnson printmaking

Fun House Press Studio
(printmaking)

Giraffic Media/Andrea Engebretson
(solutions-based design)

Hope Thier Art
(paint, photography)

Huck.
(hip-hop)

It’s All Malarkey/Brandi Malarkey
(painting, writing, lampwork, diverse arts)

James Bergman
(singer/songwriter)

Jason Boynton
(musician)

Jeff Knight/Cereal
(graphic design)

Jessica Vines
(educator, singer, songwriter)

Joe Larson
(paint, mosaic)

Jon Solinger
(photography)

Josh Melby
(house, techno, hip hop)

Joshua Kohl
(tenor)

Kary Janousek
(wet-plate photography)

Keaton Will
(jazz, funk)

Kyle Vanderburg
(composer, sound artist)

Lydia Hull
(resin)

lynn fundingsland photography

Lynn Fundingsland
(photography)

Maranda Pedersen
(sculpture)

mark holter art

Mark Holter
(paint)

Morgan Jaeger
(drawing)

Nancy Ness Art
(abstract painting)

nicole gagner haybale painting

Nicole Gagner
(acrylic, oil, paint on wood)

Paul Andre Shields
(producer, track master, musician)

Omar Leyes
(jewler)

Phyllis Lincoln
(painting)

raymond rea film density over duration
Bob Schlomann, _Lake Superior_

Sarah Morrau
(jazz, pop, folk, spiritual)

Steve Revland
(furniture)

Stepanie Manesis
(sculpture)

taea made emily brooks

Tim Lamey Studios
(photography)

Tucker’d Out
(bluegrass)

wander made studio
(crafts, home goods)

Please read this form thoroughly. For questions email communications coordinator Ethan Mickelson at ethan@theartspartnership.net.
  • Include name of business if applicable and identify if you would like to be listed with first and last name included as well - and in what order - (Jeff Knight/Cereal or Cereal/Jeff Knight for example). Keep in mind that a first and last name will also help the public and our staff more easily identify you.
  • Some tips to follow

    This page is a gallery for the public to browse our diverse range of artists. Visually appealing images that illustrate your primary medium are preferred. Logos may make sense for some, while headshots might be relevant for musicians or if no one piece of work accurately portrays your art form. Watermarked images are accepted.
  • Accepted file types: jpg, png.
    Image dimensions must be 1080 pixels x 1080 pixels (square) with a minimum file size of 100 KB and maximum of 50 MB. If the image currently published is suitable please skip this section. ***We reserve the right to crop and request alternate photos as needed.
  • Facebook or Instagram are acceptable.
  • This is the place to show some diversity if you work with various media. We are open to each unique interpretation (such as "solutions-based design" from Giraffic Media for example) but try to keep this as simple as possible. Separate media with commas and limit to one line of 50 characters.
  • We welcome your feedback! Further development is contingent upon partner involvement so please stay in touch.