“Fit to Give a King” Christmas Video

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Enjoy our new Christmas video “Fit to Give a King.” Thanks to J.D. O’Brien for creating the video, Delstarr for the speed painting, and Keith Anderson for the drums!

WCCO Radio Interview

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It was a privilege to be on WCCO Radio for their “Charity Spotlight” segment with Roshini Rajkumar yesterday! We were represented by Morgan Chitwood from Chitwood Media, and TJ Valtierra who works with students from the Little Earth community. Morgan … Continued

Photo Story-Telling Grant from MRAC!

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We are excited to announce that we have received a Capital Grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council to purchase DSLR cameras, laptops and accessories to lead a new Inverted Arts “Photo Story-Telling Program.”  This project will serve students from … Continued

Filmmaking with JD at Columbia Academy

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By JD O’Brien After jumping on board with Inverted Arts this past summer, I got the opportunity to teach my first after-school film class with the 6th through 8th graders at Columbia Academy. A lot was learned, and the students … Continued

Meet Artist Mentor J.D. O’Brien

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JD is a visionary storyteller using video as his canvas as a commercial producer and director. He’s based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was awarded “Best Director” in his class at the University of the Nations Documentary Film School in … Continued

Thank You!

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A great, big THANK YOU to everyone who donated during Give to the Max Day November 15th. Together we raised $6,520 for these four 2019 projects below! And if you missed Give to the Max Day, it’s not too late … Continued

Minnesota Camp

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By Sarah Nelson   As human beings we are capable of so much. We are capable of love, strength, beauty, building, resilience, inventing, problem solving, and creating. All bringing different skill sets and perspectives into our communities and workplaces, from … Continued