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Britta Kauppila

Saturday, July 9 is Duluth's Fire Festival, a community gathering at the Fire Arts Center formerly the Amory Annex at 1325 London Road.  The celebration happening 3-9pm includes blacksmithing,  ceramic raku and pit firings, glass blowing, fire dancing and more.  Meet the artists and check out the artists market for some hot hot summer fun.  This is a family friendly event that can spark the imagination creating ideas and a passion for the transformative nature of fire and the arts.

3:00 Students of the Music Resource Center kick off the festival

The collective and resident artists at Franconia Sculpture Park invite you to participate and watch the dramatic and exciting Hot Metal Iron Pour event on Saturday, August 1. The arts-collective is holding mold making workshops leading up to Saturday’s event and everyone is invited to check out the park, the music and the Hot Metal Iron Pour all day on Saturday.  Radio Gallery spoke with the Director Tamsie Ringler about the event.