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Today on Art Beat we talk to some of the production team from Theatre du Mississippi’s production of Shipwrecked! which will play on the Cal Fremling tour boat.Original air date: 09/06/22Art 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.
Today on Art Beat, we talk with Margaret Dolinsky and Dave Casey about the art pieces featured at the Marine Art Museum during this year’s Weird Media Conference. Margaret’s project “Winona’s Way” focuses on Winona’s love for nature by portraying her art on canoe’s and then submerging the canoes, and herself into the Mississippi River. Margaret’s previous work is in VR systems that allow you to experience her art in a 3D landscape. I’m Max Ackman, and up next we talk with Margaret about CaveVR and Winona’s Way, today on Art Beat. Original Air Date: 07/12/22.Art Beat is produced on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Recently the iDMAa held a conference and exhibition here in Winona and we were there check out all the weird digital art being presented. Two of the artists that we spoke with, Jennifer Gradecki and Derek Curry, had a video piece in the exhibition titled: Infodemic. Both artists are also assistant professors at Northeastern University in Boston and their piece Infodemic deals with the way that misinformation spreads through todays social and digital media while gaining traction as truth. How do we discern what is truth and what is fiction in todays world? Well, Jennifer and Derek are here to help us figure that out. And to prompt us to think a little deeper when consuming today’s digital media. I’m Bill Stoneberg with Jennifer Gradecki and Derek Curry at the iDMAa Weird Media conference, today on Art Beat.Original Air Date: 07/05/22.Art Beat is produced on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Professor's Davin Heckman and Patrick Lichty talk about the iDMAa Weird Media Conference and Exhibition being held on the Winona State University campus.Original air date: 06/21/22Art Beat is written and produced by KQAL on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
There are many great opportunities within Winona to expand your skills towards your career. Whether that be creating music, shooting video, or simply dancing till your legs fall off. But where do you start? How do you know what is right for you?This week we talked with Jen Oswald, Director of the Summer Education Programs, and Emma Bucknam, House Manager for GRSF 2022. Jen & Emma talk with us about the Youth Apprenticeship Program, how to get involved with GRSF, and why EVERYBODY loves Shakespeare. Emma also talks with us about how important joining GRSF was and the skills she has learned from the job that college doesn’t teach her. So turn on the lights, get in character, and set the stage as we learn more about the Youth Apprenticeship Program together. I’m Max Ackman, and up next is KQAL’s Bill Stoneberg with Jen Oswald and Emma Bucknam, TODAY on Art Beat. Original air date: 08/09/22Art Beat is written and produced by KQAL on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Imagine yourself as a pirate, scavenging the Atlantic Ocean with your crew looking for the treasures hidden within the sea. You and your scallywags have ventured far and wide aboard your ship, The Dazzling Pearl. Aboard this ship is an elephant…. Wait a second that’s not in the script… This week we talked with Rodrigo Escalante, Scenic Designer for The African Company Presents: Richard the 3rd, which is a part of the GRSF 2022. Rodrigo talks with us about the importance of reusing set pieces, how a set feels when it is arranged, and how to translate reality into a given space. Rodrigo also talks with us about how he incorporated the ocean into his set in a very unique way. So find your scallywags and grab your eye patches as we learn more about set design together. I’m Max Ackman, and up next is KQAL’s Bill Stoneberg with Rodrigo Escalante, Scenic Designer for the GRSF, TODAY on Art Beat. Original air date: 08/02/22Art Beat is written and produced by KQAL on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
To be or not to be, that is the question… well it’s A question anyway… actually it’s the only quote I know from Shakespeare… so really I have many questions… That’s why I talked to Harri Horsley, Costume Designer for The African Company Presents Richard III which was part of the Great River Shakespeare Festival 2022. Harri talks to us about what the job of costume designer entails, why accessories are key, and how they got into costume design in the first place. We even get into how the clothes that people wear signify different things about them. So, to be or not to be… well, I say just come and be with us for the next 20 or so minutes and we can learn about costume design together, I’m Bill Stoneberg with Harri Horsley costume designer with the GRSF, today on Art Beat.Original air date: 07/26/22Art Beat is written and produced by KQAL on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Today on Art Beat we talked with Tricia Wehrenberg, a youth services librarian from the Winona Public Library to hear more about their collaboration with the Joy Labs. The project is focusing on creating a positive space for youth in Winona while emphasizing an increase in mental health programming. She talked all about the project, why mental health awareness is important, as well as how and where to learn more about the collaboration. I'm Brylee Harris, stick around as we hear more about mental health, art-based programming from Tricia Wehrenberg today on Art Beat.Original Air Date: 04/12/22.Art Beat is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Today on Art Beat we talked with Sarah Johnson, the Joy Labs Founder to hear more about their collaboration with the Winona Public Library. The project is focusing on creating a positive space for youth in Winona while emphasizing an increase in mental health programming. She talked all about the project, what mental health means to her, and the benefits that this project will bring. I'm Brylee Harris, stick around as we hear more about mental health, art-based programming from Sarah Johnson today on Art Beat.Original Air Date: 04/05/22.Art Beat is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Today on Art Beat we're talking to Sydney Swanson about her film, Environmental Dance Shorts From Insite Dance Creative Practice from the Frozen River Film Festival 2022. We were able to gain more insight into what exactly her film was about, what her creative process looked like, and her inspiration behind the film. I'm Brylee Harris, stick around as we hear more about the film Environmental Shorts From Insite Dance Creative Practice today on Art BeatOriginal air date: 03/22/22. Art Beat is written and produced by KQAL 89.5FM on the campus of Winona State University. Art Beat is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Today on Art Beat we're catching up with Sharon Mansur again to talk about her film, 1001 Arab Futures from the Frozen River Film Festival 2022. She was this year's guest curator but talked specifically about the film that she produced. We received more insight into what exactly her film was about, what her creative process looked like, and her inspiration behind the film. I'm Brylee Harris, stick around as we hear more about the film 1001 Arab Futures on today's Art Beat. Original air date: 03/08/22. Art Beat is written and produced by KQAL 89.5FM on the campus of Winona State University. Art Beat is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Today on Art Beat we're talking with Sharon Mansur, the first ever guest curator for the Frozen River Film Festival 2022. She shared more about this year’s festival, her own workshop and film that will be presented, and what inspires her passion for dance. I'm Brylee Harris, stick around as we hear more about the Frozen River Film Festival 2022 from Sharon Mansur, on today's Art Beat. Original Air Date: 01/18/22Produced by Brylee HarrisThe Sound is 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.
The cast of WSU's Theater And Dance Department's presentation of "All Together Now" joins us to talk about their experience in making this production come to life. Original air date: 11/09/21 Art Beat is made possible by a grant from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Poems were written, submitted, read and even etched in concrete! Today on Art Beat we get a taste of the 2021 Winona Poetry Walk. A reception for the Poetry walk was held at Peters Biergarten in downtown Winona and we were there to capture some readings by some of the poets as well as some of their thoughts on poetry in general. Roses are red, violets are blue, stick around as we bring some poetry to you! Today on Art Beat.Original Air Date: 11/23/21The Sound is 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.
Today on Art Beat, we talk to some of the cast from the WSU Theatre and Dance Departments presentation of The Moors, directed by Jim Williams. Williams describes the play as “Wuthering Heights gone rogue”. The play, which draws inspiration from Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre, takes us on a darkly strange journey through themes of love, desperation and much more. Today, we hear from 5 of the cast members, Christina, Aiden, Darian, Miranda and Vicks; who give us the dirt on this dark journey without giving too much away. I’m Bill Stoneberg, stick around as we get a sneak peak at the Winona State University Theatre and Art Departments production of The Moors, today on Art Beat. Original air date: 10/12/21 Art Beat is written and produced by KQAL on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Today on Art Beat we're talking with Paul LeDuc a local artist who finds his inspiration through the Minnesota wildlife. I learned all about what his creative process looks like, how his style has evolved over time, and who helps to inspire him most. I’m Brylee Harris, stick around as we hear more about wildlife art from Paul LeDuc, on today's Art Beat. Original air date: 08/10/21Art Beat is written and produced by KQAL on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Today on Art Beat we talk about programs for young people at the Great River Shakespeare Festival with Director of Summer Education Programs Jenn Oswald. Jenn explains how the youth education programs work, what kinds of experiences the students get through the programs and the joy of working with these young creative minds. We also talk about the apprenticeship and internship programs and sadly, the passing of a former student. I’m Bill Stoneberg with Director of Summer Education Programs Jenn Oswald from the Great River Shakespeare Festival on Art Beat.Original air date: 08/03/21Art Beat is written and produced by KQAL on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
They’re baaaack! The Great River Shakespeare Festival is coming back to town live and in person! This Tuesday on Art Beat (GRSF) Marketing and Sales Director Eileen Moeller joins us for a preview of this year’s festival. I’m Bill Stoneberg, with KQAL’s Doug Westerman and Eileen Moeller on today’s Art Beat.Original air date: 06/22/21Art Beat is written and produced by KQAL on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Today on Art Beat we’re taking photography to new heights with Seth Thompson. How does Seth reach these new heights? With a drone. Seth has been studying drone photography at Winona State University so I sat down with Seth to get the low down on shooting photos from high up. I’m Bill Stoneberg, stick around as we hear about drone photography from Seth Thompson, on today’s Art Beat.Original air date: 04/27/21Art Beat is written and produced by KQAL on the campus of Winona State University and is made possible by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
Today on Art Beat we talk to Mary Farrell on her film Winona: Unmasked that was shown at this year’s Frozen River Film Festival. We talked about her reason for making the film, how COVID-19 affected production, and why this project meant so much to her. This is KJ with Mary Farrell on Art Beat.Original air date: 03/09/21Art Beat is written and produced by KQAL 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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