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Wednesday, April 24th

6:00pm on
Runtime: 00:25:59
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Watercolor Artist, Stained Glass Artist, Sons Of

Jane Freeman a Watercolor Artist describes the contrast of light in her paintings. Donna Johansson, a glass artist walks us through a stained glass project. The Sons Of Norway show us how important cultural events can be to younger generations.

Wednesday, May 1st

6:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:29
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Art Collectors, Painter, Folklore Theater

Marlon Davidson and Don Knudson explore a personal art collection and explain their very own collaboration, Marley Kaul, a Bemidji artist shows us his style of painting by using egg tempera. Fred Rogers, Minnesota Folklore Theater's Director talks about his history as a director and the experience he's bringing into the Akeley community.

Wednesday, May 8th

6:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:45
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Jewelry Artist, Master Potter, Nisswa Train Dept

Christina Thorne, a jewelry artist, who owns Bad Cat Creations in Bemidji, shows us the steps of making a necklace. Josh Booke, a Master Potter from Bemidji explains his take on Southern Folk Art Pottery. Finally, Dick Carlson helps us discover the history behind the train depot in Nisswa.

Wednesday, May 15th

6:00pm on
Runtime: 00:25:36
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Headwaters Basket Makers, Sankta Lucia, Headwater

Discover the history behind the Headwaters Basket Makers Guild. The Sankta Lucia Festival offers a look into a Swedish tradition. Plus the Headwaters School of Music is offering several creative outlets for its students.

Wednesday, May 22nd

6:00pm on
Runtime: 00:25:45
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Wood Sculptor, Jaques Art Center Northern Pacific

Aaron Spangler a wood sculptor from Park Rapids explains the story behind his art. The Jaques Art Center takes us on the journey of expanding their building. Plus learn the history of Al Gerner?s time spent as a depot agent on the Northern Pacific Railway in Blackduck.

Wednesday, May 29th

6:00pm on
Runtime: 00:25:24
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Wood Turning, William S Marvin, Metal Sculpting

Wood Turners, Dave and Kathy Towley show us the beauty found engrained in wood. We'll take you on a tour of the William S. Marvin Training and Visitor Center in Warroad. Plus we'll introduce you to Jeff Kreitz and metal sculptor from Breezy Point who uses various metals to create art.

Wednesday, June 5th

6:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:27
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Native American Traditions, Furniture Crafting

Mika Northbird of Cass Lake shows us about a Native American family tradition that is being passed down to younger generations. We'll introduce you to Duane Shoup, a rural Shevlin artist who crafts rustic furniture. Plus, enjoy the history of the Crow Wing County Historical Society Museum & Library.

Wednesday, June 12th

6:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:46
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Water Color Artists, Car Collector Kermit

Our first episode includes two watercolor artists, Terry Honstead and Angela Shogren, a local car collector, Kermit Anderson and Cyrus Swann, a potter.

Wednesday, June 19th

6:00pm on
Runtime: 00:22:59
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Rosemalist, Metal Sculptor, Iron Horse Railroad

Julie Dodge Johnson a Rosemaling artist strives to keep a family tradition alive. Paula Jensen, a metal sculptor, creates natural forms from cold hard steel. Andy Mack introduces us to the partnership between the Iron Horse Railroad Club and the Beltrami County Historical Society.

Wednesday, June 26th

6:00pm on
Runtime: 00:25:59
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Watercolor Artist, Stained Glass Artist, Sons Of

Jane Freeman a Watercolor Artist describes the contrast of light in her paintings. Donna Johansson, a glass artist walks us through a stained glass project. The Sons Of Norway show us how important cultural events can be to younger generations.

Wednesday, July 3rd

6:00pm on
Runtime: 00:26:29
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Art Collectors, Painter, Folklore Theater

Marlon Davidson and Don Knudson explore a personal art collection and explain their very own collaboration, Marley Kaul, a Bemidji artist shows us his style of painting by using egg tempera. Fred Rogers, Minnesota Folklore Theater's Director talks about his history as a director and the experience he's bringing into the Akeley community.