Thank you for your support and for helping us to keep our community safe and healthy during the Covid-19 crisis.
Our activities have moved online, we are offering:
Daniel O'Donnel and Majella at CJAC during the filming of USA Roadtrip
Join singer and flute player Norah Rendell and her guitar-playing husband Brian Miller for an intimate online concert broadcast from their home on April 4th at 7:30 pm via the CJAC FB page.
Norah Rendell has been named “Best Irish Vocalist” three times by liveireland.com and she toured for several years as lead singer and flute player for The Outside Track. Brian Miller plays guitar and bouzouki in the award-winning Irish band Bua and sings and plays with Randy Gosa as The Lost Forty.
St. Patrick’s Day is such a great time to celebrate, but how does one do that when social distancing is contrary to the Irish way? Virtually, of course! This special virtual edition of Kickin' It Irish gives you the best seat in the house without leaving home. Watch online anytime. Proceeds go to offset losses and support the talented artists in this fabulous show of Irish dance, music, and song.
Read the full review from the Pioneer Press: ‘Kickin’ It Irish’ could be your ideal Paddy’s party.
Irish Resident Partners
Since its founding, CJAC has collaborated with three independent organizations who reside within The Celtic Junction building: O'Shea Irish Dance, Center for Irish Music, and Irish Fair of Minnesota. CJAC would not be the same without their partnership and collaboration!
CJAC is supported by grants, corporations, and community donors.
CJAC is supported, in part, by Ireland's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Emigrant Support Programme.
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage fund.
CJAC received 35% of its operating budget from community donors in 2018.