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 talks with John Bjorkquist at the St. Urho’s Day Pancake Breakfast at the Jacobson Community Center.
Sheila Rae Maki and Judy Dimich talk with Grant Frashier about the upcoming Deer River Health Care Foundation Gala and Fundraiser.
The 2019 Creative MN report is a comprehensive assessment of the impacts the arts sector has on the economic, social, and cultural health of the state of Minnesota. In this segment of Area Voices, Sheila Smith, Executive Director of MN Citizens for the Arts, explains how data was collected, the economic boon that arts create in communities, how the arts improve social culture, and the value of arts education in schools as a means of preparing kids for the workplace.
Carolyn Meisel is a regional artist who more than dabbles in water-color painting! A mover and a shaker with in the world of art in northwest Minnesota, Carolyn is an active member of River Walk Artists in East Grand Forks, MN and is working to increase their membership and promote their successful gallery in East Grand Forks..
Kathy McTavish is a cellist, a media artist, a computer coder, a composer and a creator of installation art whose exhibits create unique multi-modal, multi-sensory experiences for anyone who finds themselves inside one. Her exhibit Cloud Factory is currently showing at the Lyric Center for the Arts in Virginia, MN. Cloud Factory melds quilting, computer coding, wall projections, chants and much more. Kathy spoke with us on the morning show about her exhibit.
Mary Beth Magyar’s hive series called Analogous is currently on exhibit in the Minnesota gallery inside the MacRostie Arts Center in Grand Rapids. John and Heidi spoke with Mary Beth about the inspirations behind her hive series, her creative process, her passion for hives and nests, and her new dog Luna.
On this episode of Art Beat we continue our coverage of the 2019 Frozen River Film Festival. This time around I talk to one of the Emmy winning producers of the film, Decoding the Driftless. Producer George Howe talks with us about the challenges of making the film along with the beauty and wonder of the driftless area that the film captures. Get ready for a journey through the driftless area as I talk to producer George Howe. Original air date: 03/19/19.
Betty Firth from the Ely Folk School reports on arts events in Ely, MN