Minnesota Fringe connects adventurous artists with adventurous audiences by creating open, supportive forums for free and diverse artistic expression.
Arts, Culture and Humanities
The Board of Directors meets 6 times a year and all members serve on committees to help further organizational goals. Members typically devote 5-10 hours per month for board activities and meetings. Trustees also ensure compliance with legal and financial requirements while enforcing ethical guidelines. Regular opportunities for board governance and financial management training is provided to ensure all members feel confident in their role.
The Board of Directors activates Fringe's mission through service and devotion of time, talent, or treasure. The purpose of the Board is to govern the organization in a manner that fosters positive relationships. Members are viewed as internal consultants that influence Fringe's ability to support artists and serve audiences. By steering the organization's strategy, members have an impact on the overall health of the performing arts community in Minnesota.Dawn Bentley