The Last Flapper is a one-woman play co-produced by Visions Theatre and Long Lake Theater that retrospects the life of Zelda Fitzgerald. Wife of author F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Last Flapper shines a spotlight on Zelda's personal experiences of creative genius, repression and passionate pursuit of life.
Grant Frashier visits the North American Bear Center in Ely.
“I do a lot of mental snapshots. I’ll look up, see something, go back down and paint it and try to capture them that way…it gets more expressive the faster I go, I find. And then I don’t think as much. I just go with more of the feeling and try to get those brush strokes just as fast as I can on there…that’s when cool things really happen.” – Nate Luetgers on live-painting bands.
In this episode, RCP brings you to the Pitchfork music festival including a special interview with artist Lala Lala. We also investigate the state of the debate over climate change and ask what exactly goes on at a puppeteer convention.
0:10 – Lizzie Ritchie – Pitchfork Pt 1,
6:40 – Matt McDonald & Nathan Fervoy – Climate Convo,
15:05 – Ben Halom – Puppet Convention,
21:12 – Lizzie Ritchie – Pitchfork Pt 2 With Lala Lala
Peacemaker Resources of Bemidji offers tools for building peace that lead to respectful relationships and healthier individuals families and communities. Started as a pilot program in one Bemidji school about 20 years ago, now peacemaker trainings are making an impact across Minnesota in schools, businesses, organizations and personal relationships.
We check in with Betty Firth from the Ely Folk School every First Friday to find out what will be happening during the month. From Chaga mushroom classes to beading to a walking theater production, there is a ton to get involved in this month in Ely!
Every First Friday we discover what’s going on in the arts scene around nothern Minnesota. Today we spoke with Katie Marshall from the MacRostie Arts Center in Grand Rapids and we caught up with Jennifer Gorman from Itasca Life Options who stopped in to discusses Crafted, an exciting program dedicated to empowering and providing opportunities to people of all abilities. Crafted offers space for people with disabities to make and distribute their art.
The Headwaters Regional Development Commission(HRDC) serves Beltrami, Hubbard, Lake of the Woods, Mahnomen and Clearwater counties in northern Minnesota. From homebuyer education and and rehabilitation loans for individuals to planning toward active living initiatives in communities and supporting cities of all sizes with economic and environmental planning, the mission of the HRDC is to help communities succeed.
Michelle Roise, resident artist for the Oxbow/Louisville Foundation at Old Crossing (Red Lake Falls/Huot, MN). with shared details of the upcoming Oxbow’s pre-Chautauqua art event featuring internationally renowned watercolor artist and naturalist, Sandra Muzzy of Bloomington, MN.
The two-day event kicks off Thursday evening, August 22nd, with Sandra’s presentation from 6:30-8:00 pm at the North Shelter of Old Crossing Treaty Park near Huot, MN (west of Red Lake Falls, MN).
A final farewell to producer Liv Riggins
1:22 – Weirdest Jobs,
5:33 – Downtown Boys,
14:10 – Immigration,
24:11 – Caves
All stories produced by Liv Riggins
Cheryl Peters of Viking, MN shares details and schedule of the upcoming “Good Old Days” festival in Viking, ya sure! Family fun in the far north!