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Readings and anecdotal commentary on creatives and process. Muses and musing: A day in the life of a painter. I do not monetize these casts. It’s strictly for enjoyment and educational purposes. I cast to share artists and subjects that interest me. www.robbintmilne.com
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Short and unhurried, Poetry Unbound is an immersive exploration of a single poem, hosted by Pádraig Ó Tuama. Pádraig Ó Tuama greets you at the doorways of brilliant poems and walks you through — each one has wisdom to offer and questions to ask you. Already a listener? There’s also a book (Poetry Unbound: 50 Poems to Open Your World), a Substack newsletter with a vibrant conversation in the comments, and occasional gatherings.
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Art Beat

KQAL 89.5FM

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Adding insight and giving you a closer look at Minnesota artists. Art Beat airs weekly and features interviews with artists in Winona and around Southeastern Minnesota. Art Beat examines the independent artist community, studio, art tours & fairs.
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Wisdom to replenish and orient in a tender, tumultuous time to be alive. Spiritual inquiry, science, social healing, and poetry. Conversations to live by. With a 20-year archive featuring luminaries like Mary Oliver, Thich Nhat Hanh, and Desmond Tutu, each episode brings a new discovery about the immensity of our lives. Hosted by Krista Tippett, Learn more about the On Being Project’s work in the world at onbeing.org.
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Talk Art

Russell Tovey and Robert Diament

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Actor Russell Tovey and gallerist Robert Diament host Talk Art, a podcast dedicated to the world of art featuring exclusive interviews with leading artists, curators & gallerists, and even occasionally their talented friends from other industries like acting, music and journalism. Listen in to explore the magic of art and why it connects us all in such fantastic ways. Follow the official Instagram @TalkArt for images of artworks discussed in each episode and to follow Russell and Robert's la ...
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Studio Noize is a weekly podcast featuring Black artists and creatives from all over the contemporary art world. Artist and printmaker, Jamaal Barber, talks with black artists about their art processes and their lives. He engages with painters, printmakers, curators, art directors, collectors, and guests of all disciplines. Studio Noize’s creative conversations motivate and inspire while archiving the voices of contemporary black artists. New episodes are posted biweekly.
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Just Make Art

Ty Nathan Clark and Nathan Terborg

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A conversation about making art and the artist's journey with Ty Nathan Clark and Nathan Terborg, two artists trying to navigate the art world, just like you. In each episode, the duo chooses a quote from a known artist and uses it as a springboard for discussion. Through their conversations, Ty and Nathan explore the deeper meaning of the quote and how it can be applied to the artists studio practice. They share their own personal stories and struggles as artists, and offer practical advice ...
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The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a weekly, hour-long interview program featuring artists, historians, authors, curators and conservators. Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Sebastian Smee called The MAN Podcast “one of the great archives of the art of our time.” When the US chapter of the International Association of Art Critics gave host Tyler Green one of its inaugural awards for criticism in 2014, it included a special citation for The MAN Podcast.
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The Art Biz

Alyson Stanfield

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Looking for art career inspiration and ideas while you’re working in the studio or schlepping your art across the country? Alyson Stanfield helps you be a more productive artist, a more empowered artist, and a more successful artist.
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Introducing the Studio Museum in Harlem’s first podcast: New Additions. This series features intimate conversations with artists whose work has been recently added to the Studio Museum’s permanent collection. Hosted by Studio Museum Senior Curatorial Assistant Habiba Hopson, New Additions brings in artists at a pivotal moment in their career to discuss their path to artmaking, their process in the studio, their dreams and inspirations, and how they start each day. Each episode reveals how th ...
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Tiny Studio Production

Tiny Studio Production

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Podcast for Local Talent and Business starting from RGV, Texas to world wide. Hey guys what is up I'd like to invite you to my podcast where you will hear all sides of artist , content creators and business owners from their point of view in the creative process, strategies, advice and personal life choices, stories, and upcoming projects.
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From Wondery and Goalhanger Podcasts, Afua Hirsch and Peter Frankopan tell the wild stories of some of the most extraordinary men and women ever to have lived – and ask whether they have the rep they deserve. Should Nina Simone’s role in the civil rights movement be more celebrated than it is? When you find out what Picasso got up to in his studio, can you still admire his art? Was Napoleon a hero or a tyrant - or both? (And, while we’re at it, was he even short?) Legacy is the show that loo ...
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Paper Talk

Helen Hiebert Studio

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Paper Talk is an ongoing series of interviews by Helen Hiebert featuring artists and professionals who are working in the field of hand papermaking.
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Manawaker Studio's Flash Fiction Podcast features a new piece of short short fiction each Thursday. The stories range widely in genre and theme, but lean a bit toward fantasy and science fiction. Hosted by CB Droege. To submit a story for consideration visit manawaker.com/ffp-submissions/ To help support the podcast visit patreon.com/manawaker
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Genreless

Darker Hue Studios

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Darker Hue Studios presents ”Genreless,” where RPG designers Chris Spivey and Eddy Webb talk about their favorite genre television shows, movies, and more.
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Your personal brand starts with your appearance and what you wear says everything about you to others. You've heard to dress for the job you want. Well, we're talking to fashion experts on creating an authentic look to attract the life you want... on the Style Interpreted Podcast.
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How to be a successful artist? How to get over creative blocks? Best tips for creativity ? Finding a arts community that makes you feel at home? Building a thriving art business & studio practice? Welcome to the Arts To Hearts Podcast. A show where we take a peek into the hearts and lives of our favourite artists. From running a creative business & studio art practice to success mindset. Charuka arora talks with her guests about everything that goes behind into making a life & career that yo ...
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This channel features Biblical discussion, sorting out of half-truths, Biblical word definitions, cultural ”Bible faux pas” and ”cherry-picked” Bible verses. Let’s put the Truth back in the Word of Truth! Visit the website at https://metamorphicgracewa.wixsite.com/metamorphicgrace for music by Grace, donating to the ministry and some fun products
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Welcome to Nexus Realms Studio hosted by James & Brian. On this show we will talk on a variety of different topics, surrounding our hobbies and passions with Video Games & Movies and everything in between.
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Close Reads is a book-club podcast for the incurable reader. Featuring David Kern, Tim McIntosh and Heidi White, alongside a couple of other occasional guests, we read Great Books and talk about them. This is a show for amateurs in the best sense. We’re book lovers, book enthusiasts. This is not an experts show and it’s barely literary analysis in the way that literary analysis is commonly understood. Instead it’s a show about experiences with literary urge. Join us! closereads.substack.com
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Join us, Tim, Matty and Soph every Wednesday as we navigate the art of feeling better – from heartwarming anecdotes to hard-hitting facts, we're diving into candid conversations about the wellness industry, science-backed practises, parenthood, high performance, and more with the hope you leave each conversation enriched, informed, and feeling better than before. Our purpose at O-Studio is to make holistic wellness as accepted, as understood, and as practiced as physical fitness. To achieve ...
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The Scripture Memory Podcast is a ministry of Scripture Memory Fellowship. This podcast will help you make Bible memory a consistent and enjoyable part of your daily life. Whether you're a new memorizer who needs practical Bible memory tips, or a veteran memorizer who just needs encouragement for the journey, you'll find The Scripture Memory Podcast an invaluable resource.
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DC Public Library Podcast

Labs at DC Public Library

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Hear book talks, conversations, special presentations, stories about the happenings in the library, the Labs, and Washington, DC, and much more! This show is recorded from the Labs Recording Studio at the historic, modernized, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in downtown Washington, D.C. This podcast was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Episode transcripts may be requested by emailing labs.dcpl@dc.gov, please include the episode name and date in y ...
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Art + Business + Murals is the podcast that bridges the gap between creativity and commerce. Join host Sarah Sculley as we deep dive into the world of art, entrepreneurship, and the vibrant realm of mural creation. With transparent industry insights, expert tips and success stories from established artist.
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A catalog of artist interviews with a focus on providing a platform for visual artists to share their work and provide an in-depth look into their studio practice.
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A weekly podcast in which creative professionals G.M.B Chomichuk and Justin Currie (Chasing Artwork) explore the ingredients that go into a life working in their studio making art, writing stories and making graphic novels. Interviews with other industry newcomers and professionals compare and contrast different approaches and philosophies of living a creative life.
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Vanessa Meshack is fresh off her first solo gallery show at Pencil and Paper Gallery and a feature in the international printmaking magazine Pressing Matters. Now she joins her favorite art podcast, Studio Noize, to talk about her new career. Vanessa was one of the super fans featured on the 100th episode! She’s made huge leaps in her art practice …
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Join us on "Just Make Art" as we tackle this age-old dilemma of pricing your art, when to show the world the work you have been experimenting on, exploring new ideas, maintaining studio focus and more. In our latest episode, we uncover strategies for setting art prices with confidence and consistency, exploring methods like per square foot pricing,…
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This week's episode began with a simple question: do you wash your brushes before finishing for the day? But we soon realised that work practices and studio set-up are a whole topic, so join us as we dive into storage, colour mixing, and the ways in which our spaces evolve as our work changes. Mentioned Windmill Hill ⁠The Most Fun We Ever Had Still…
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Today I am speaking with Elizabeth Gleeson. Elizabeth is a Muralist and fine artist who says, ‘I’ve loved enhancing walls and transforming spaces in Australia and overseas. My passion for creating intricately detailed and patterned artworks has resulted in a style that has become uniquely recognisable; whether it’s on canvas or concrete. In this in…
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This weeks episode is about being gentle on yourself and working with your creative energies. Looking at your cycles and when you have the energy to create or when it might be time to do admin. Listen to your body and what it needs. ——— Thank you so much for tuning into the Art + Business + Murals Podcast If you’d like to say ‘hi’ to me, or if you …
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Gregory vents to Justin and Dan about his recent struggles in completing a Shared Worlds story he's been working on and the frustration of realizing you have to trash some of your work in order to save it. Transition clips are from The Island of Dr. Moreau (1977) - https://youtu.be/-HqPxxBAUjE?si=FWWXC0oxkdB541vz Follow the gang on Instagram: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠…
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Join Anne as she chats with Julia Madill about her design work, including a new book coming in September for crocheters: Every Way with Granny Crochet: 50 shapes in classic granny stitch. Be sure to stick around after for information about three upcoming events! Links to Things Mentioned in the Podcast Julia Madill's website, Instagram, and Ravelry…
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On July 4th—while the U.S. celebrates its break from Britain—voters in the United Kingdom will go to the polls and, according to all predictions, oust the current government. The Conservative Party has been in power for fourteen years, presiding over serious economic decline and widespread discontent. The narrow, contentious referendum to break awa…
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For his first exhibition in London in over 20 years, New York-based artist Jack Pierson presents a new series of works at Lisson Gallery that explores love, kinship, celebration, poetry, youth, and identity. Pierson diverted from the path of documentary photographers that he studied with in Boston, and was instead drawn to punk-influenced performat…
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Episode No. 658 features artists Jes Fan and Emilio Rojas. Fan's work is included in two ongoing -ennials: the 2024 Whitney Biennial, which is at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York through August 11; and Greater Toronto Art 2024 at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Toronto through July 28. The Whitney exhibition was curated by Chrissie Iles…
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If you haven't listened to our last episode with Sara Widdowson make sure you do that. Then come back here to test how much you could remember! Listen to our first episode with Sara here 👉🏽 https://open.spotify.com/episode/37JApLnv4OLMQi5LLJzhNL?si=983ce9fb5e91412a If you're enjoying our episodes please give us a 5 star rating, it helps more than y…
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In our world of so much suffering, it can feel hard or wrong to invoke the word "joy." Yet joy has been one of the most insistent, recurrent rallying cries in almost every life-giving conversation that Krista has had across recent months and years, even and especially with people on the front lines of humanity's struggles. Ross Gay helps illuminate…
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Nick Lenker draws from video games to make ceramic sculptures that seem to have jumped right out of a pixelated computer screen into real life. In our interview we talk about his process of building with slabs before applying custom decals, investigating memory through subject matter, and how Philadelphia has shaped his creative life. www.nicklenke…
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“Land Grab” by Yelena Crane Manawaker’s Patreon: https://patreon.com/manawaker/ Manawaker books: https://payhip.com/Manawaker More info / Contact CB Droege: https://cbdroege.taplink.ws Author Bio: Yelena Crane is a Ukrainian/Soviet born and USA based writer, incorporating influences from both into her work. With an advanced degree in the sciences, …
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Jansson Stegner (b. 1972, Denver, CO, US; lives and works in Santa Barbara, CA, US) received his MFA from the University of Albany, New York. Stegner has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions with Sorry We’re Closed, Brussels; Bellwether Gallery, New York; Mike Weiss Gallery, New York, and most recently, Almine Rech Gallery, New York. He wa…
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host: Alyson Stanfield Originally from a large metropolitan area, Tracey Hewitt married a rancher and, like Lisa Douglas in Green Acres, said goodbye to city life. But she never said goodbye to her art. Host Alyson Stanfield wanted to talk with Tracey because every encounter she has ever had with her as a member of our Art Biz Connection community …
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Basing is something that is often an afterthought when it comes to the hobby, but as we know it can make all the difference between a good... or a great model! In this episode, we share our tricks to improve your bases and make your models look better, with easy and simple methods, (and thought processes) that you can apply NOW. We even drop some o…
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In this enlightening episode, Angela Burson shares her inspiring artistic journey and creative process. From starting locally and overcoming rejection to international recognition and prestigious publications, Angela discusses the evolution of her art and the significance of staying true to oneself. She delves into her unique style of painting figu…
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Big-name conceptual artist - four words you don’t often hear together. But Jeremy Deller is one - he’s a household name in Britain, but a few years back he sparked controversy here when he made giant wax candles of Rupert Murdoch and son Lachlan, and let them burn. The Turner Prize-winning artist also orchestrates mass public spectacles that bridge…
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Conflict is never far from Thatcher's politics - and life. She becomes locked in a year long bitter stand off with miners on strike over her planned closures. She doesn't give in either to the IRA. If anything - after surviving a near-miss assassination attempt, she is more resolute than ever in seeing through the changes she believes the country n…
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Join Sophie and Matty as they welcome back Sara Widdowson, a dietitian and women's health expert. In this insightful episode, Sara dives deep into peri-menopause and menopause, shedding light on the physiological changes, common symptoms, and practical strategies for managing this significant phase of life. Whether you're experiencing these changes…
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For decades now, one music star has managed to show up on tracks spanning multiple genres and appear alongside many famous artists—while also remaining bafflingly under-recognized. Any guesses? Of course, we’re talking about none other than the common loon—a waterbird with striking red eyes and black-and-white checkerboard plumage. This bird’s call…
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For years, the staff writer Jennifer Gonnerman has reported on the case of Eric Smokes and David Warren. When they were teen-agers in Brooklyn, in 1987, Smokes and Warren were convicted of second-degree murder during the mugging of a tourist; the papers called them “the Times Square Two.” It was the testimony of another teen-ager, who received a re…
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This week, we’re talking sales - or rather, we’re talking what happens if we take sales out of the equation. Alice has just finished a gallery show while Louise has a pile of finished paintings she hasn’t yet put on her website. We discuss the role that sales play in our creative process and in our ultimate satisfaction. Is it important to exchange…
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What’s your favorite book from the 1860s? Something by Tolstoy or Dostoevsky? Dickens or Alcott? This week on Close Reads we’re drafting books from this very important decade in several categories—and you’ll get the final say on whose “roster” of titles is best. So click play and get ready to vote (poll coming soon). Happy listening! This is a publ…
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Self-confessed sports geeks Elis James and Colin Murray are here to serve up the juiciest tales from the world of sports – think epic rivalries, scrappy underdogs, and the wildest comebacks and you’re in the right ballpark. Thought you knew the story? Think again. From top-secret training sessions to dressing room dust-ups, join Colin & Elis as the…
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Today I am speaking with Carley Cornelissen. Carley is an artist based in Brisbane, Australia. She is obsessed with colour, pattern, flora and fauna. She studied Fine arts at RMIT back in the early 2000’s and has been creating ever since. She finds so much enjoyment in the process of experimenting and creating with different mediums such as acrylic…
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Justin leads Gregory and Dan in a story break involving an experiment gone wrong that creates massive problems for an inexperienced crew trapped in a secret science lab. Transition clips are from Them! (1954) - https://youtu.be/v4URRp39XOo?si=GSvVrArZmmC4uWK3 Follow the gang on Instagram: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠https://www.instagram.com/gmbchomichuk/⁠⁠⁠…
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Today on Art Beat, we go to the 18th annual Frozen River Film Festival and give you a peak into the world of short films from Winona's own emerging filmmakers. This short film set and panel features key note speakers of Managing Director of the Frozen River Film Festival Eileen Moeller, Dr. Danielle Shwartz Assistant professor of Film studies and E…
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We speak with Brynn Artley, the filmmaker behind the film, "How Do I Be A Good Creator?" which showed at the Frozen River Film Festival. Original air date: 04/23/24 Art Beat is written and produced by KQAL FM on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.…
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Today on Art Beat, we take a look at the 18th annual Frozen River Film Festival and sit down with Minnesota filmmakers Trenton Raygor and Nicholas Kapanke to talk about their film, The Last DAMn, which was shown at this year’s festival. The film takes an in depth look at the 240 mile, 24 hour bicycle race known as the Day Across Minnesota. Although…
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Lights! Camera! Action! Today on Art Beat we cover the Frozen River Film Festival. We reached out to a few of the directors to get the behind the scenes and production process. Today we are joined by the director of Junkin Andy Heck. We are also joined by his father and local artist Mike Heck. Stay tuned as we hear about a man’s walk towards redemp…
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Lights! Camera! Action! Today on Art Beat we cover the Frozen River Film Festival. KQAL will take you behind the scenes to hear about the production, filming, messages, and passions from the creators themselves. Today we are joined by the director of The Butterfly Effect Deb Wallwork. Sit back and relax as we hear from the wind beneath the butterfl…
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Today on Art Beat, we take a look at the 18th annual Frozen River Film Festival and sit down with local filmmaker Mary Farrell to talk about her film, Healthy Lake Winona, which was shown at this year’s festival. The film follows the efforts of local organizers dedicated to cleaning up Lake Winona. The Healthy Lake Winona committee was formed in 20…
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Today on Art Beat, we take a look at the 18th annual Frozen River Film Festival and sit down with local filmmaker and KQAL's own Duncan Wellcome with his Film, See You at No Name; a film that shows Winona's culture, starting at the No Name Bar. The Frozen River Film Festival is a yearly recurring event showcasing many local filmmakers focusing on c…
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Today on Art Beat, we take a peek back into the 18th annual Frozen River Film Festival and discuss a local film Minnesota Mean with local filmmaker, Dawn Mikkelson. Minnesota Mean is a documentary showcasing the thrilling world of roller derby following a group of strong women. The Frozen River Film Festival is a yearly recurring event showcasing m…
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When Raphael Warnock was elected to the Senate from Georgia in the 2020 election, he made history a couple of times over. He became the first Black Democrat elected to the Senate from the Deep South. At the same time, that victory—alongside Jon Ossoff’s—flipped both of Georgia’s Senate seats from Republican to Democrat. Once thought of as solidly r…
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Scripture memorization deserves to be a normal part of the Christian life. Yet, all too often, we view Bible memory as the spiritual equivalent of running a marathon. Since most people aren't running this marathon with us, it can be tempting to think we're going the extra mile in our walk with Christ by memorizing Scripture. In this episode, specia…
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Many of us go through life blissfully unaware of how and why we are performing, but as Dr. Art Markman and Dr. Bob Duke discuss in this episode of Two Guys on Your Head, those performances, specifically gesturing, help us communicate in ways we are only now beginning to understand. Check out the study Art refers to by Bob Krauss. The post Performan…
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