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Donors call Artscape a ‘must read’

There’s still plenty of money in the Artscape pool to match donations dollar for dollar.

The Artscape matching pool of $9,500 has so far attracted more than $2,200 in additional donations.

That’s great. But there’s plenty left in the pool to continue matching new Artscape donations dollar for dollar.

Since last summer, Pamela Espeland has written four times a week about what’s going on in the arts world. And not just the world of major arts organizations. She covers plays at tiny theaters, poetry readings, jazz and chamber music concerts, gallery openings, arts-related talks and lectures and small film festivals.

Thanks to everyone who has donated so far. We greatly appreciate every donation and every comment, and we’ll continue to publish comments as they come in.

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The following comments are published with permission.

Artscape is one of the three “must read” arts blogs in the Twin Cities along with Song of the Lark and Mask of the Flower Prince. Thank you, Pamela! We always look forward to reading your next column. Jim and Laurie Hayes, St. Paul

Thanks, Pamela! MinnPost has the best arts coverage in the Twin Cities
hands down! Heather Barringer, River Falls, WI

Minnesota’s culture is amazing, and with Artscape’s coverage, we can all learn about and participate in it more fervently and frequently. Love the coverage by MINNPOST!Linda Daniell Murrell, Shorewood

I could not keep up with the arts without Artscape. Thank you!
Media Mike Hazard, Minneapolis

I like so much of MinnPost Lambert, Black, etc. but adventurous arts reporting is becoming so rare I wanted to support Pamela in particular.Jim Meyer, Minneapolis

Thank you for promoting the Arts! Valerie Swenson, Little Canada

Keep up the good work, especially jazz coverage!!Don Berryman, Jazz Police, Minneapolis

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