Northwest Minnesota Arts Council (NWMAC) Update (3/19/19)

Northwest MN Arts Council by GlenBraget on March 25, 2019


Date of Broadcast: Tuesday, March 19, 2019
Guest: Carolyn Meisel – Regional Artist
Topic: Carolyn is a water color painter-artist. She is also an active
member of River Walk Artists in East Grand Forks, MN. River Walk is
working to increase their membership and promote their gallery.

Northwest Minnesota Arts Council (NWMAC) Update (3/12/19)

Northwest MN Arts Council by GlenBraget on March 25, 2019


Date of Broadcast: Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Guest: NW Minnesota Author Kat Allen
Topic: Kat discussed her new series of books for children (selfillustrated) that focuses on playing outside in the four distinctive seasons
of Minnesota. She is a native of Stephen, MN and former employee of
the NWMAC

Northwest Minnesota Arts Council (NWMAC) Update (3/5/19)

Northwest MN Arts Council by GlenBraget on March 13, 2019


Guest: Rob Burkel of the Thief River Falls (MN) Area Community Theater (TRFACT).

Topic: TRFACT is hosting the Fargo-Moorhead Opera Young Artists, Thursday, March 7th in TRF.

Burkel is the coordinator of this musical day and night and discusses the schedule of events, as the group will visit two elementary schools for workshops and perform that evening at St. Bernard’s Catholic Church in TRF. Funding is from Minnesota Legacy, through the Norwest Minnesota Arts Council and Gate City Bank.

Northwest Minnesota Arts Council (NWMAC) Update (2/26/19)

Northwest MN Arts Council by GlenBraget on February 28, 2019


Guest: Andrew Youngblum, Art Teacher

Topic: Andrew is the lone art teacher at Lincoln High School in Thief River Falls for grades 9 through 12. His students have (and continue to) submitted art for the Annual Art Exhibit. Andrew is also an artist himself. Some of his students have received awards in past NWMAC exhibits.

Northwest Minnesota Arts Council (NWMAC) Update (2/19/19)

Northwest MN Arts Council by GlenBraget on February 20, 2019


Guest: Maria Arguenta
Topic: Artistic Expressions for Latino Students in the Crookston, MN
public schools through a NWMAC display-exhibition called “Fresh
Voices.” The exhibit is now open to the public at the NWMAC Gallery
and Gift Shop in the Riverwalk Center of downtown East Grand Forks,
MN.

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