Collage

Project Lulu

Something Project Lulu knows is that creative expression is healing. Duluth-based non-profit Project Lulu "brings expressive arts opportunities to individuals and communities in need, especially those living in health crisis." Through an upcoming workshop series called "Arts Express" Project Lulu invites people who's life has been touched by cancer including survivors and caregivers to discover, connect and express through writing, dance, drawing, collage and more.  Is this you? 

Rob Adams

Duluthian Rob Adams is opening a show of new work at the Red Herring Lounge this week, Friday, Feb 12th, 5-8pm. True conversation pieces, this exhibit includes multi-media, painting, photo collages.  Inspired by working with historian, Dr. Richard Hudelson's, Adams has created a series of site-specific work relating to historical labor struggles in the Twin Ports.

Carla Hamilton joins Radio Gallery to talk about her new exhibit "Durch Wasser Rennen" opening at Washington Gallery, with a reception this Friday, .June 13th 6-9pm.

6/11 Radio Gallery: Carla Hamilton

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