A Note From Pollen
As always, thank you for sending in all of the job, events, career updates, calls to action, and volunteer opportunities. These submissions are critical in building a community that is better connected. Each time you share Pollen as a resource for helping others get "plugged-in" we do a little dance.
In Volume 96, we share a feature by Andy Sturdevant that captures the experience of OTA14: Sioux Falls, an event on April 4 that brought more than 500 creatives and community builders, entrepreneurs and educators, together for a day of creative collisions and connections.
We also share thoughts and highlights from Stacey Millett about the recent Anchoring Equity: Minnesota's Tomorrow event held at the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs on March 26.
Pollen chats with Jennifer Davis and Tricia Khutoretsky about Jennifer's new art exhibition at Public Functionary. We explore what happens after an artist gets a grant—the relationship to travel research, funding guidelines, and the importance of Minnesota’s art funding community.
This is your last week to enter the Pollen photo contest for a chance to win a free ticket to bushCONNECT—the regional leadership networking event that will bring more than 1,000 individuals together from across Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
Keep sending us new content: jobs, board postings, internships, events, calls to action, and props. Submissions for next issue of Pollen are due Tuesday, April 29 (email to email@example.com).
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