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.
Every spring, the Midwest Music Fest Rolls into Winona, MN bringing all sorts of talented musicians to the area from Minnesota, the surrounding states and beyond. One man helps us to look back on the musicians that have graced these stages in the past through his art. That man is Jeff Morgan and through his sketches, paintings and photographs you can relive the excitement of past performances. . Jeff talks about the joy of music and art and how they tie together. He also plays us a couple of his own tunes.
Lorna Landvik shares her thoughts on book signing events, being a shameless “Minnesota booster,” and her love of the Minnesota habits that we cling to (like our accents, doncha know).
It couldn’t have been more of a jolt.
Lifelong Minnesotan Anika Fajardo left Madison, WI in January to spend her break with the father she’d never met. The last thing the college student, bundled for -30, expected when she stepped off the plane in tropical Colombia, was how it felt to be surrounded with people who looked like her.
As a history and place inspired artist, moving away from Duluth may be challenging but with change brings opportunity. Robbert Dewitt Adams joins us on Radio Gallery to talk about art, Duluth, moving, his final show and where you might get some final pearls of cartoon or collage wisdom before he leaves Duluth.
A deeply Minnesotan exhibit called Beads opens this week at The Nordic Center in Duluth. Beads brings together beadwork pieces from northern peoples, “specifically the Norwegian Hardanger tradition and the Anishinaabe traditional and contemporary beadwork here in Minnesota,” according to the Nordic Center.
The Art for Earth Day Gallery Hop began 29 years ago in honor of the 20th anniversary of Earth Day. Everyone is invited to celebrate with earth-friendly and earth-honoring art, on Saturday April 20, from 10am-5pm in Duluth.
“Honestly tho…,”an exhibition about the revolutionary nature of vulnerability,” opens this Friday, April 12 at Prøve Gallery in Duluth. This is a collective show, celebrating the power of intimacy, pleasure and physical body autonomy.
Beehive Design Collective have brought their art, storytelling and presentations to classrooms, coffee shops, colleges, conferences and this Wednesday, to Prøve Gallery in Duluth.
Andy Hall of Crookston, MN is a photographer. Assisted by the Northwest Minnesota Arts Council, Andy has captured to essence of a large building in downtown Crookston that was long ignored.
A developer has bout the four-story structure and is in the process of re-development. Before work began, Andy was allowed to walk the halls and the atrium of that historic building and capture its history on film. That work is now on display at his gallery in Crookston and he discusses his adventure within the “Fournet Building!”
In this episode of Real College Podcast we look at how films are made, shown, and enjoyed by everyday people.
1:11 Favorite Films by Casey McCabe
4:54 MSP International Film Festival by Lizzie Richie
10:18 Local Filmmaker by Hannah Dove
22:19 Baseball Films by Grant Sandberg and Trask Angell