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Claim Our Space commits to curating events that are:

  • Highly collaborative: We believe our clients hold the "secret sauce" that will lead to meaningful engagements. We encourage our clients to be highly collaborative throughout the experiential design process. We prefer to meet regularly with your team in-person or via video conferencing throughout the curation process. We will create and manage a project work plan after we meet with your team for an initial event visioning. We will co-work with your team using your project management tools of choice. We have experience with the following tools: Asana, Trello, Google Suite, Slack, and Basecamp.

  • Supportive of local economies: We commit to partnering with vendors who live and work in the communities where your engagements are held. We partner with a community of preferred vendors from historically underserved communities to assist with your event logistics.

  • Fully inclusive: We support engagement projects and events that uphold your organization’s commitment to community-building, and social justice. We are committed to curating events that meet the needs of your guests. Areas to consider include:

    • Culturally-responsive programming

    • Dietary needs

    • Space for spiritual reflection and nursing

    • Gender neutral restrooms

    • Trauma-informed speakers or warnings

    • ADA accessibility

    • Activities that address varying learning-styles

  • Quality: We are committed to curating engagements that are high-quality and innovative while remaining cost effective to your organization. We will work with your team ensure your budget expectations are fully understood and met throughout the curation of your event.

  • Fun: We believe dynamic spaces that lead to deepened relationships should foster joy. We incorporate joy-creating elements into our engagements.

 
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Our Past Experiences

We have worked with the following organizations to curate events. Please contact us with any questions about particular events.

  • VoteRunLead, RunAsYouAre, 2017

  • Northside Achievement Zone, Path to College Walk, 2018

  • GREATER MSP-BE MSP, Getting Real on Workplace Inclusion, 2018

  • Northside Achievement Zone, Family Academy Graduation, 2018

  • Northside Achievement Zone, One Future Luncheon, 2018

  • Minnesota Council on Foundations, Annual Meeting, January 2019

  • Minnesota Department of Health, Health Equity Summit, March 2019

  • Cookie Cart, Take the Lead Breakfast, April 2019

  • Center for Economic Inclusion, Powering Inclusion Summit, April 2019

  • VoteRunLead, #RunAsYouAre National Training- Minneapolis location, May 2019

  • Cookie Cart, More Than A Mixer, July 2019

  • Center for Economic Inclusion, Fall Speaker Series, Fall 2019

 

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Getting Real on

Workplace Inclusion

GREATER MSP- BE MSP

Location: McNamara Alumni Center Memorial Hall (Minneapolis, MN)

A Few Ways We Met Our Commitments:

  • Photography, graphic facilitation services provided by people of color-owned businesses based in Twin Cities metro area

  • Gender-neutral restrooms

  • Activities provided for all eight learning styles

 
 

2018 Path to college

WALK

Northside Achievement Zone

Locations: West Broadway Avenue Corridor & Minneapolis College (Minneapolis, MN)

A Few Ways We Met Our Commitments:

  • Project plan managed on Google Drive with NAZ working group

  • DJ services provided by woman of color-owned business based in Twin Cities metro area

  • Age-appropriate programming and activities provided for participants ages 4 to 18

Minnesota Council on Foundations

Annual Meeting 15, January 2019

Location: Marriott(Minneapolis, MN)

A Few Ways We Met Our Commitments:

  • Printing and visual recording services provided by people of color-owned businesses based in the Twin Cities metro area

  • Space for Spiritual Reflection

  • Gender neutral restrooms

Center for Economic Inclusion

Powering Inclusion Summit, April 2019

Location: The Depot (Minneapolis, MN)

A Few Ways We Met Our Commitments:

  • Photography, musical, edible favors, and printing services provided by people of color-owned businesses based in the Twin Cities metro area

  • Activities provided for all eight learning styles

  • Speakers representative of varying racial/ethnic backgrounds, areas of expertise, age, and geographies