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.

University and School Partners

Concordia College Cultural Events
The Cultural Events Office helps promote additional arts and humanities events on campus, including art exhibits, lectures, the Concordia Christmas Concert, National Book Awards at Concordia, and more.

JPII Catholic Schools
JPII Catholic Schools is comprised of people who have developed a strong sense of family, whose foundation is in the Catholic Church. JPII Catholic Schools strives to provide the opportunity to develop life skills based on values, faith, and acceptance of self, and service to others as exemplified by Jesus Christ.

Memorial Union Gallery NDSU
The student-focused Memorial Union Gallery inspires and enables critical, interdisciplinary explorations of art, ideas, and experience.

MSUM College of Arts, Media and Communications
The College of Arts, Media and Communication creates the next generation of storytellers because the world needs your voice.

NDSU Barry Hall

As a community of scholars, educators, and business professionals, the College of Business supports NDSU’s mission as a student-focused, land-grant, research university by providing quality educational experiences through collaboration and community engagement, research for the advancement of knowledge, and collaborations to benefit business and the greater community.

ArtWORKS Participant

NDSU College of Science and Mathematics

The College of Science and Mathematics prepares NDSU graduates to be part of it all – working in this country and abroad in a wide spectrum of science and mathematics fields.

ArtWORKS Participant

Trollwood Performing Arts School
Trollwood Performing Arts School, located at Bluestem Center for the Arts, is a unique arts organization committed to providing high quality arts education, exceptional community entertainment, and serves as a community events and exposition center.

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