COMPAS, the Arrowhead Library System and the Minnesota State Arts Board present a tour with Siama’s Congo Roots, beginning September 12th, 2019. These captivating and engaging hour-long performances are free and open to all ages and abilities. With 28 performances, there are plenty of opportunities for your community to experience the music and culture of the DR of the Congo (Democratic Republic of the Congo).
COMPAS Events and Fundraisers
Join Kalpulli Ketzal Coatlicue at Doing Good Together’s “Festival of Giving”! Come learn the symbols of the Meso-American calendar, experience the rhythms of an ancient people and begin to understand the connections between ritual and daily life.
Doing Good Together’s mission provides tools to both families and organizations to help them raise compassionate, engaged children.
Join Teaching Artist Aimee Bryant at Northwest Como Rec Center for a week-long improv workshop! What does it take to be an actor? We already have all the tools we need: our minds, bodies, and voices! In these dynamic classes, explore the actor's toolbox and learn how to tell stories with your whole self. Through a fun combination of improv and theatre games participants will learn the building blocks of theatre as well as self-confidence which will be utilized long after these classes end.
Mondays, October 21st - November 25th$140.00 (Standard charge)
Join COMPAS Teaching Artists at McDonough Recreation Center and Mississippi Creative Arts School for a day full of art experiences at their second annual Celebrate Me! festival.
Please join us for a celebration & reading of COMPAS' 40th anthology of student writing at The Minnesota History Center.
Save the Date!
Join COMPAS and creative, artistic community members to invest in bringing arts education to students and older-adults all across Minnesota. Hear the captivating stories from young creators who have been inspired and motivated by COMPAS Teaching Artists. Enjoy appetizers and dinner with emcee and performances from Teaching Artists Saymoukda Vongsay and May Lee-Yang!
Purchase your ticket by September 28th for our early bird special!
Join us at the R.H. Stafford Library for a performance with Teaching Artist Ensō Daiko. This program is a combination of performance, lecture and interactive activities. With an emphasis on individual empowerment and the community building benefits of taiko, the performance is easily adjusted to any age/ability level.