Through an award from the Joyce Foundation, Teatro del Pueblo along with our collaborative partner Pangea World Theater will present the Latino Asian Fusion Series. Three playwrights have been commissioned to create new works that highlight the intersections, relationships, and...Read More
For over 20 year Teatro del Pueblo has been performing Latino inspired works throughout the Twin Cities. We present Public Performances in the Spring and Fall of every year.
Teatro del Pueblo is committed to spreading cultural diversity in the arts. Geared toward a broad range of students from elementary age to the college level, our educational programs offer an assortment of touring productions, theater residencies and after-school programs.
Teatro del Pueblo is joining with Knight Foundation to host a one-hour community Q&A on Tuesday, April 15, 6pm at Wellstone Center—Neighborhood House, 179 Robie St E, St. Paul, to answer questions about applying for the upcoming St. Paul Knight Arts Challenge.
The challenge opens for applications beginning April 7. Individuals, organizations and businesses—both nonprofit and for profit—can apply for a share of $1.5 million for arts and culture projects that engage and enrich the city. The deadline for the contest, a project of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, is May 5.
The challenge is open to anyone who has a great idea for the arts. The application, to be available at http://www.knightarts.org/knight-arts-challenge/stpaul, consists of only two questions and is deliberately designed to be simple to encourage non-traditional applicants. There are only three rules for the challenge:
1. The idea must be about the arts;
2. The project must take place in or benefit St. Paul;
3. The grant recipients must find funds to match Knight’s commitment (within a year).