Katie Marshall from the MacRostie Art Center stopped by KAXE this morning to tell us all about the many things to do tonight in Grand Rapids! Holy Cow! So much! For a printable listing, check out GrandRapidsArts.org!
The 14th It's Only Clay national, juried exhibit of functional pottery opens tonight at the Watermark Art Center in Bemidji. Juror Matthew Krousey chose selections for the show which, including some of his own pieces, is comprised of nearly 50 works of art. Krousley and Watermark Art Center Executive Director Lori Forshee-Donnay stopped by the KBXE studio to talk about It's Only Clay as well as what elements Krousley was looking for as he perused submissions. An artist reception happens tonight fr
We're featuring poets during the morning show this week as another way to celebrate our High Five Live Drive! This morning, Bemidji poets Carol Ann Russel and Marsh Muirhead stopped by KBXE to share a few poems and a lot of insight on poetry and inspiration.
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The second TEDx Bemidji event happens tomorrow afternoon, Thursday, October 18th, at the Chief Theater in downtown Bemidji. This year's speakers will present their "ideas worth spreading" that relate to the theme of Momentum. Topics include: understanding the human relationship with Mother Earth, social and emotional learning, healing with music and art, anti-racism, the democratizing power of creative technologies in education, the multi-faceted per
The Ripple River Gallery in Aitkin, MN is a destination gallery tucked in the woods that has those who discover it returning again and again. Bob Carls and Amy Sharpe opened their gallery with only a few featured artists, including themselves. Today they sell work from more than 60 artists. In this segment of Area Voices, they share how it happened and what life is like running a gallery.