Local Productions

Prairie Mosaic

PrintA patchwork of stories about the people and places that contribute to the arts, culture, and history of our region.

Monday, November 2 at 9:00 pm

Look at the life of politician AC Townley, learn about a pipe organ in Moorhead, MN, visit Lawrence Welk’s homestead, step back in time with the Western MN Thresher’s Reunion, and listen Pop Wagner and Bob Bovee play some good ol’ fashioned country music.

Monday, November 9 at 9:00 pm

Hear the story of the Sandy Lake Tragedy, meet some talented North Dakota artists, visit an exhibit at the Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County chronicling life on the homefront during WWII, and enjoy music from Wild Hands of Minot, ND

Monday, November 16 at 9:00 pm

ALL NEW! Visit Jay Cooke State Park near Carlton, MN, tour the Forest History Center just outside of Grand Rapids, MN, watch Fergus Falls native Gregory Fitz produce art by using a combination of painting and graffiti, and listen to Sam Roth of Detroit Lakes, MN perform his original music.

Monday, November 23 at 9:00 pm

Prairie Mosaic will be on hiatus for pledge specials. Tune in for new episodes in December.

Missed tuning in?

If you missed the broadcast of one of our full length documentaries or any episode of this season’s interview and performance programs, you can catch up with our On Demand YouTube channel.

Production Funding Provided By

About the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund

In 2008, Minnesota voters passed a landmark piece of legislation — the Minnesota Clean Water, Land, and Legacy Amendment — which provided funding to public television stations serving audiences in Minnesota. Its mission is to help preserve and document the treasures of culture, history, and heritage that make Minnesota special, and to increase access to the natural and cultural resources we all share. Click here for more information.

Funded in part by the North Dakota Humanities Council, a nonprofit, independent state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the website do not necessarily reflect those of the North Dakota Humanities Council or the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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