Would you like to create some art? Here are 2 tutorials by Karlstad Artist Alicia Spilde! She will lead you through two separate projects.
Listen to our weekly podcast Tuesdays with Mara (hosted by Ron West) on Pioneer 90.1 on Tuesdays at 3:05 pm. These interviews with regional artists, arts organizations, state arts leaders and others sponsoring arts events are on our website here for your listening pleasure whenever you’d like.
Have ideas for interviewees or topics? Please reach out to our Promotions and Marketing Specialist Kristin Eggerling at email@example.com.
To listen to podcasts from 2019-2020: http://www.northwestminnesotaartscouncil.org/podcast-tuesdays-with-mara-2019/
To listen to podcasts from 2017-2018: http://www.northwestminnesotaartscouncil.org/podcast-tuesdays-with-mara-2018/
To listen to podcasts from 2015-2016: http://www.northwestminnesotaartscouncil.org/podcast/
To listen to podcasts from 2013-2014: http://www.northwestminnesotaartscouncil.org/tuesdays-with-mara-2013-2014/
Crookston Singer-Songwriter Annie Fitzgerald will be giving a live-stream concert via Facebook on Sunday, March 29th @ 4pm (for about an hour) to benefit the Crookston community. She will be splitting the donations between the New Hope Food Shelf and the Crookston School Social Work Fill-In-The-Gap-Fund.
Annie Fitzgerald: Live Stream Benefit Show for New Hope Food Shelf & Our Kiddos in Crookston
Sunday, March 29th @ 4pm – 5pm
Facebook Live Page Link : https://www.facebook.com/AnnieFitzgeraldMusic
Facebook Event Link to invite friends: https://www.facebook.com/events/583682052223325
On Sunday, March 29th, set your phone alarm for 4 pm and join her on Facebook Live to see her play some songs and entertain us. She will have a Venmo and Paypal account set up and info on how to donate.
Ways to donate:
Annie Fitzgerald | Singer-Songwriter New Album You & Me & the Sun Visit www.anniefitzgerald.com for more information.
Northwest Minnesota Arts Council Gallery Opens at Northland Community and Technical College in Thief River Falls
The Northwest Minnesota Arts Council (NWMAC) is pleased to announce that our new exhibition space will be located at NCTC in Thief River Falls.
NWMAC will have exhibits in the gallery for much of the year with the Northland Visual Art Department taking over the space at the end of each term. “It’s a win-win opportunity for Northland and the Arts Council,” explained NWMAC Executive Director Mara Hanel. “We appreciate this space to promote the arts and artists in our region and look forward to connecting with the public in a new venue.”
The gallery will be open Monday through Friday from 8:30-5 PM and at other times when events are held at the college. To visit the gallery enter through Door B near the library. Visitor parking is free in front of the business office.
According to Northland TRF Academic Dean Mike Curfman, “It is great for Northland and the Thief River Falls Community that the Northwest Minnesota Arts Council is going to be using the Northland Art Gallery as their new home for shows and exhibitions. We believe it is a great venue to showcase the many talents that people in our region have and look forward to this collaboration with the NWMAC. It is exciting to be able to put these talented artists’ works on display here in Thief River Falls.”
For more information about our exhibits look to our website at www.NWArtsCouncil.org, or if you are an artist interested in exhibiting a body of work with NWMAC, please contact Kelsey at (218) 688-0078 or email NWArtsCouncil@gmail.com. Please sign up for our e-newsletter on our website home page to see the latest news and grant announcements. Email director@NWArtsCouncil.org or call 218-745-9111 to reach our office during regular business hours.
With music by the Tickwood String Band from Fergus Falls
Teaching and calling: Jeanne O’Neil
East Grand Forks Senior Center, 538 Rhinehart Drive S.E. East Grand Forks in the Community Room
Reels, simple squares, circles, and more. All dances taught, no experience needed.
All are welcome; singles, couples, families.
Saturday, September 14, 2019 from 7:30 – 10 pm
Free-will Donations at the door
For more info:
( 218) 773- 3850