Grant Frashier travels to the Edge Center for the Arts in Big Fork to see the exhibit "First They Cut Your Hair: Remembering Indian Boarding Schools".
In today’s Untold Story of Central Minnesota, Arts & Cultural Heritage Producer Jeff Carmack talks diatoms and virtual reality with SCSU Professors Bill Gorcica and Mark Gill. Gorcica has been a long time teacher in the Art Department and Gill teaches in the College of Science and Engineering and runs the Visualization Lab.
Recently, the two gave a presentation at the Anabranch Community Lecture Series about their collaborative project, SimRiver, and the winding journey that even floated through a Sundance Film Festival exhibition at the 2016 Northern Spark festival and has blended art and science right here at St. Cloud State University.
This program is funded in part by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Legacy Grant.
What’s it like to be in a rock and roll band for over 50 years?
Well, in today’s Untold Story of Central Minnesota, Arts & Cultural Heritage Producer Jeff Carmack is joined by Pat Curto as they call up Pat’s Canoise bandmates, Bob Cotes, Neal Dunning, and Sue Newton to find out!
Canoise formed in St. Cloud in 1965 and is a Minnesota Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee. Over the years, Canoise has had some interesting adventures, including being regular performers in the same Hawaiian ballroom that Elvis Presley made famous, opening up for Paul Revere and the Raiders, and much more!
Mr Jack takes you on a musical journey with Blues Musician Jonny Lang
Today is Memorial Day. So happy Memorial Day. Many people have the day off work today and many will be spending time with friends and family. But what is Memorial Day all about? Because it’s about more than just a 3 day weekend. Memorial Day is a special day set aside to remember and honor the brave men and women who have fought and died serving their country. It is a time of reflection and remembrance for those that have given the ultimate sacrifice. So for this episode of Don’t Cha Know I talked to local veteran Lefty Lee. We sat down at the local American Legion here in Winona one afternoon last week. It was a pleasure speaking with Lefty and I hope that you enjoy our conversation as much as I did.
The Ojibwa jingle dress and dance are a colorful part of powwows. It origin is as a healing dance but can also be viewed as part of a radical woman’s movement. Grant Frashier attended the opening of the new jingle dress exhibit at the Mille Lacs Indian Museum.
Mr Jack takes you on a musical Journey with Blues musician William Clark
Mr Jack takes you on a musical Journey with a review of the Blues
Mr Jack takes you on a musical Journey with Blues musician Bob Lanza