Arts

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This week on Radio Gallery local artist Lisa Blade joins us in the studio to talk about Mad Women. The grand opening takes place Thursday, May 12th at the Depot located at 506 W Michigan St. Duluth, MN.

Radio Gallery 5-10-2011: Mad Women

Bob and Louissa Fabro, two Duluth musicians, join us this week as we celebrate this year's Dulcimer Day. It takes play May 7th at the First United Methodist Church, (Coppertop Church) located at 230 E. Skyline Parkway., Duluth, MN.

Radio Gallery 5-04-2011: Dulcimer Day

This week Radio Gallery speaks with local artist Jeredt Runions. He shares details about upcoming plans and art shows that will take place during the Homegrown Music Festival this year. Homegrown begins May 1st and provides many exciting events for the whole community until May 8th.

Radio Gallery 4-27-2011: Jeredt Runions

Dave Lynas, an artist and Studio Director at the Duluth Art Institute, speaks with Radio Gallery about the upcoming event at the Depot which takes place on Tuesday, April 26th called "Empty Bowl." This event benefits Second Harvest Northern Lakes Food Bank.

Radio Gallery 4-20-2011: Dave Lynas

Elizabeth Papenfuss, a local painter, speaks with Radio Gallery about her passion for art within the community. Art for Earth Day Gallery Hop is a great opportunity to celebrate local artists and their work. It begins April 16th and includes venues such as the Duluth Art Institute, Tweed Museum of Art, Blue Lake Gallery, and much more.

Radio Gallery 4-23-2011: Elizabeth Papenfuss

Rob K-S

Rob K-S is displaying his senior exhibit, Exercises in Style, in the Tweed Museum of Art at the University of Minnesota Duluth. It will be displayed until April 10th, 2011. Tweed is located at 1201 Ordean Court Duluth, MN and is open Tuesday from 9am-8pm; Wednesday-Friday from 9am-4:30pm and weekends from 1pm-5pm.

Radio Gallery 4-06-11: Rob K-S

Debra Roinestad

This week on Radio Gallery, photographic collage artist Debra Roinestad shares her experiences in creating art as a form of healing. She is a member of the Women's Art Registry of Minnesota (WARM) which is located in St. Paul Minnesota.

Radio Gallery 3-23-11: Debra Roinestad

Paula Jensen a metal artist in Guthrie, Minnesota is member of W.A.R.M., Women's Art Registry of Minnesota. She has a sculpture in the W.A.R.M. member exhibition up through the month of March in Northeast Minneapolis.

Radio Gallery 3-16-11: Paula Jensen

Marcia Soderman

This week, in celebration of Women's History Month, Radio Gallery speaks with Marcia Soderman who is a Women's Art Registry of Minnesota (WARM) Mentor and Board member. WARM is located in the Minneapolis/St.Paul area in Minnesota and is a women's art organization that serves Midwest women artists through a variety of programming.

Radio Gallery 3-09-2011: Marcia Soderman

Vannessa Hurst is presenting her student exhibition at the Tweed Museum of Art until March 6th 2011. She speaks with Radio Gallery about her exhibit titled "Glimpse." She shares her inspiration for the title, and talks about the unique way in which she presents her art. Tweed is located at 1201 Ordean Court Duluth, MN 55812.

Vanessa Hurst

Radio Gallery speaks with Sherry Rovig this week about the art of snow sculpting. She is an artist that has been participating in the Ely Winter Festival International Snow Sculpting Symposium for many years.

Radio Gallery 2-23-2011: Sherry Rovig

Radio Gallery speaks with Jason Peterson, one of the founders of Yellow Tree Theatre, located at 320 5th Ave. S.E. in Osseo, Minnesota. Yellow Tree Theatre will be presenting Thornton Wilder's great American masterpiece, Our Town from February 11th to March 6th.

Radio Gallery 02-16-2011: Jason Peterson

This week Radio Gallery honors the memory of Elias Clayton, Elmer Jackson, and Issac McGhie, three black men who were attacked and lynched in Duluth on June 15th, 1920. Artist Carla Stetson shares the story of the Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial.

Radio Gallery 02-09-2011: Carla Stetson

Eastman Johnson

Linda Grover, curator of Ojibwe Faces and Stories, the St. Louis County Historical Society's newest traveling exhibit, speaks with Radio gallery about the American painter Eastman Johnson and his experience in 1856 recording the lives of the native Ojibwe.

Radio Gallery 02-02-2011: Linda Grover

By: Mary Kallemeyn

Mary Kallemeyn is presenting her senior exhibit titled "A Great Loss" at Red Mug Coffee through January and February. The gallery is open during Red Mugs regular business hours and is located at 916 Hammond Ave in Superior, Wisconsin.

Radio Gallery 01-26-2011: Mary Kallemeyn

Host: Maija Morton Producer: Liz Pedersen

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