Jeanna Kujava of Hallock, MN is a Public Health Nurse at Kittson Memorial Home in Hallock and serves as school nurse for the Kittson County schools. The schools recently received a grant from the NW Minnesota Arts Council (NWMAC) for a “Healing Arts Residency” within the schools. Trey Everette of the NWMAC organized and supervised the residency program.
“Peonies and Players”, a current exhibit at the Northwest Minnesota Arts Council (NWMAC) Gallery in Thief River Falls, MN (on the campus of Northland Community & Technical College) is a rainbow of color from China and Tibet. Photographer Kathryn Rynning of Kennedy, MN shares her experience in Asia and her work in photography!
Crookston, MN resident Victor Obisakin and his daughter Azomali share detail of art and Black Lives Matter. Vic is a volunteer firefighter for the Crookston Fire Department and the son of a Nigerian diplomat. He was born in Switzerland, went to grade school in Brazil and attended high school in Israel. His wife, Katya Zepeda, is a board member of the arts council, and the issue of Black Lives Matter is the theme of a current NWMAC exhibition at the NWMAC gallery at Northland College in Thief River Falls, MN. Katya and two of their children created art for the exhibit.