Mobile Artist Tools for GRRL commissioned!

Springboard for the Arts and Ready Go teamed up with the Great River Regional Library (GRRL) to commission two new Mobile Artist Tools that will be added to the Ready Go roster and work with GRRL branch libraries. Through an RFQ process we received 13 responses and asked 5 artists/artist teams to create full proposals […]

RFQ for Mobile Artist Tools!

RFQ Deadline: Sunday, March 19, 2023 | 11:59 pm Springboard for the Arts and Ready Go are teaming up with the Great River Regional Library (GRRL) to commission two new Mobile Artist Tools to be added to the Ready Go roster and work with GRRL branch libraries. Please visit the Ready Go roster to browse […]

Socially distanced Ready Go!

Hello everyone! I have been in touch with Ready Go artists about how their work could be modified to work in our current situation. See some ideas below and remember that Ready Go artists are incredibly creative and good at thinking of ways to translate their work into all sorts of situations- even in normal […]

Brand new West Central MN-based Ready Go tool– Paper Plains!

Paper Plains based in Moorhead, Minnesota joins the Ready Go roster! Listen (or read) more about it in this story from Minnesota Public Radio’s Dan Gunderson: Art from invasive species creates conversations about conservation June 7, 2019 Amid the food trucks and the stands hawking arts and crafts at a street fair in Detroit Lakes […]

Ready, Go! A new guide to creating Mobile Artist Tools

Ready, Go! – A practical guide for artists and organizations to create Mobile Artist Tools A guide designed for several audiences, from artists who want to create a Mobile Tool to serve multiple functions- engage the public, share making and beauty, collect feedback and more to community practitioners and organizations who are interested in funding/supporting […]

Can Artist Pop-Ups Redefine Health?

From Citylab, by Mimi Kirk. A young Native American woman and her partner were on their way to make a doctor’s appointment at a Minneapolis clinic this summer when they came upon a pop-up trailer on the front lawn. The woman stopped for a while to paint a dream catcher with artist Soozin Hirschmugl. “She […]

How Artists Are Helping Governments Reach People

From Governing magazine: by Natalie Delgadillo | December 28, 2017 What do table tennis, letterpress printing and drum circles have in common? Government officials are using them to lure citizens into conversations about their community. The city of Bloomington, Minn., for instance, wants to improve the South Loop, an underutilized neighborhood that houses the Mall of America. […]

Ready Go tools at People’s Center Health Services

August 15, 2017 By Nicole Rupersburg Amid all the uncertainty around health insurance, the fact remains that people need access to healthcare. Clinics and healthcare systems around the country have been seeking new and innovative ways to improve care, from electronic medical records, to searching for trends in big data, to remote or online diagnostics. But the […]

Summer 2017- Ready Go out and about!

Summer time is the right time for Ready Go! Actually many Ready Go tools can be used year round, but of course there are just lots more events happening in Minnesota in the summer. If you want to experience a Ready Go tool in action because you are thinking of booking, or just because you […]

sPARKit at the Market: Ready Go tool collects info in Brooklyn Park

sPARKit! and Soozin offered a unique way to engage with the community that is different than anything the City has done before.

New mobile tools coming to Ready Go!

8 brand new Ready Go tools from a mobile popsicle/screenprinting cart to a mobile sewing machine, being added to the roster this winter.

Ready Go’s mobile art projects capture attention and engage the community

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