At Home in Harrison

Redeemer Center for Life

Funding Received: 2017
Minneapolis, MN
$350,000
Funding Period: 2 years and 6 months

Redeemer Center for Life, a Lutheran ministry, will set up a housing security pipeline for Harrison residents in North Minneapolis, MN. In partnership with local artists and organizers, various theatre arts interventions – from posting yard signs that identify unconventional property assets to plays staged in houses – will erode neighborhood stratification and establish new relationships.

This Lutheran ministry has already shaped their community through the development of a bike repair shop, coffee shop, and several affordable housing rental units.

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See below for recent updates, press, and events from this project

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Join us for our fourth At Home in Harrison gathering on Saturday, December 15, 1 - 3 pm to explore, What does home mean ?... Read More
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Join us for our second At Home in Harrison gathering on Saturday, October 27, 12 - 3 pm to explore, What does home mean ?... Read More
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RSVP for our second At Home in Harrison gathering this Saturday, August 25, 3-5 pm, at 407 Russell Ave. N. to explore, What does home... Read More
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We're excited to introduce our 2018 - 2019 artist organizer cohort - ShaVunda Brown, Nestor Garcia Olague, Amoke Kubat, Heeja Martinez and lead artist organizer... Read More
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Redeemer Center for Life, founded by Redeemer Lutheran Church in 1998, will leverage its ArtPlace award to set up a housing security pipeline to support... Read More
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Dec 28, 2017
Families and friends in North Minneapolis can now rejoice as the well-renowned ArtPlace America group has chosen a Minnesota organization to receive the 2017 National... Read More
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Today, we are proud to announce the 23 creative placemaking projects that will receive funding in communities of all sizes across 18 states and one...Read more