Northern Spark Community Survey
Northern has announced a one year hiatus from our flagship program, Northern Spark, while the organization undergoes a leadership transition in 2020.  

(Read the full announcement here: )

We are doing so in order to reflect on the previous nine years of dynamic and ever-changing Northern Spark festivals and plan for the festival’s long-term sustainability and equity. Read more here:

Since 2011, this free annual late-night public art festival has captured the hearts of tens of thousands of festival attendees in a dozen neighborhoods throughout the Twin Cities, showcasing the innovation of more than 2,300 artists.

The staff of Northern Lights has been inspired, from the beginning, to continue producing Northern Spark due in large part to the stories of wonder, curiosity, connection and joy we hear from attendees.  

Please tell us why Northern Spark is important to you, what you would like to see change or stay the same in the future, and your favorite Northern Spark memory (or two).

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Northern Spark is valuable to me because:
With Northern Spark I would like to see:  
I would be willing to pay a reasonable fee to attend one or more Northern Spark special projects.
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My favorite Northern Spark memory is:
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