Our work with Native community members
Become a community partner
How it works
We strive to grow mutually beneficial partnerships that are as diverse and wide-ranging as our programming and community. Our partners offer real-world insight to our artists through valuable conversation, research or field trips. The Guthrie can help amplify a partner’s work by inviting them to participate in post-play discussions or showcasing their work in production-related materials.
Our goal is that everyone benefits from the experience of working together on these highly invested collaborations and that we build lasting relationships.
Start a conversation
To explore the idea of becoming a community partner, contact Rebecca Noon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Square, The Advocates for Human Rights, The Aliveness Project, Beauty Lounge Minneapolis, CAIR-MN, Curl Power Salon, East Side Freedom Library, Flip Phone Events, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, Iraqi and American Reconciliation Project, Juxtaposition Arts, Legacy Arts Group, members of the Twin Cities Indigenous community, Partnership Resources, Inc., United Theological Seminary