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Engage our community

creating art that transforms the neighborhood

Provide youth with skills

support and experience to be strong and compassionate leaders

Semilla Center for Healing and the Arts

The Spanish word for “seed” is “Semilla”.

Over the past 12 years, Semilla has taught over 2,300 people to create mosaics, murals, writing, photography, and drama, and installed 23 murals and over 50 artistic place makers in the Phillips community and greater Minneapolis.

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A Party Invitation and Call for Artists, Party Hosts, and Musicians
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Semilla Center’s May Art Party scheduled for today will be RESCHEDULED, due to a rain forecast, TO THURSDAY, MAY 6 at 5:30pm. More info.

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CORE VALUES

Beauty, Justice, Radical Hospitality, Peace
Arts
Goal:

Engage the community in creating art that transforms their neighborhood.

Youth Development
Goal:

Equip youth with the skills, knowledge, and hope they need to be strong and compassionate community leaders.

Greening/Health
Goal:

Foster a community of support for personal healing and physical, mental, spiritual and neighborhood well-being.

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05 May
By: Semilla Center Comments: 0
Semilla Center’s May Art Party scheduled for today will be RESCHEDULED
Due to a rain forecast, TO THURSDAY, MAY 6 at 5:30pm. It will be outside of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church at 2742 15th ...
20 Apr
By: Semilla Center Comments: 0
A Party Invitation and Call for Artists, Party Hosts, and Musicians / Una invitación a una fiesta
We had a hard year last year, in many, many ways. Covid-19, economic hardship, violence, addiction, police brutality, social ...
02 Apr
By: Semilla Center Comments: 0
Neighborhood Art Parties Updates
Hello Neighbors! We have updates on Art Parties, a Creative Writing Contest, and Call for Photographs to be in the Phoenix of ...
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This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

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