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.
Dawnette Davis is a retired teacher and Grand Rapids artist who makes hand-dyed silk garments and shawls. She sells her art at sales and shows around Minnesota. But Covid-19 has shut down many upcoming arts events. These days Dawnette is using some of her talent, some leftover cotton fabric, and her serging sewing machine to produce cloth facemasks. She talked with Heidi Holtan on the KAXE/KBXE Morning Show.
Many public libraries are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Northern Community Radio’s What We’re Reading producer and Bemidji State University librarian Tammy Bobrowsky teamed up this Tuesday morning to help you find free books online and recommend some reading.
Recently 3 Itasca County FFA chapters came together with the Outreach Program of the Brainerd Lakes Area to combat hunger in the community.
In this episode, it’s entertainment of all kinds. Music, theater, reality TV — RCPs got it.
0:47 – Love Island Comes to Town by Ben Halom,
6:20 – New Angle Fellows by Nathan Fervoy,
12:00 – Noura by Tosin Faseemo,
18:28 – Prince by Casey McCabe,
24:31 – Mod Sun by Emma Chekroun.
What does “home” mean to you? Does the word home conjure up a certain place or time or feeling? Today on Art Beat we talk to Cecillia Cornejo, artist in residence at Lanesboro Arts in Lanesboro, MN. Cecillia is a Chilean-born documentary filmmaker, artist and teacher who lives in Northfield, MN. Her new project that she has brought to Lanesboro is called the Wandering House. The Wandering House is an old ice fishing shack that Cecillia has converted into a mobile audio recording booth. She is exploring the themes of people and place and the concepts of belonging and home in rural communities in Minnesota. Participants are encouraged to tell their stories in The Wandering House, their own version of what home means to them, in their own words. Original Air Date: 10/01/2019
On this episode of Art Beat we talk to local historian and stereo photography buff, Bob Taunt. Bob recently gave a presentation about the history of stereo photography at the Winona County History Center. The presentation was a compliment to an exhibit titled Victorian Winona: Through the Lens of Charles Tenney. Charles Tenney was a photographer in the Winona area in the late 1800s and produced many stereo images of the area as was common at that time. Original Air Date: 09/20/2019
On this episode of Art Beat, we talk to local artist Lyon Smith about his latest work, Driftless Sanctuary. The piece has been on display at Public Launch in downtown Winona. We talk to Lyon about how beavers and the way they build were part of the inspiration for the piece. We also talk about where the piece might end up next. I’m Bill Stoneberg, with Lyon Smith, on Art Beat. Original Air Date: 09/10/2019
Today I talk with Michelle Defoe, artist and moccasin maker. Her work is intricate, vibrant, and tells a story. I meet up with Michelle at her artist studio in Duluth.
Join me for Northern Voices. We’ll hear from Michelle Defoe about what makes the tradition of moccasin-making full of lessons, culture, and heart.
In this episode of RCP, we examine the topic of political campaigning, both on a national and local level.
0:23 – Bernie Sanders/Vampire Weekend Rally by Hannah Dove
5:20 – Talking to political campaign volunteers & an interview with artist Harry Gao by Tosin Faseemo
12:35 – From student government to local government by Ben Halom