This two-disk companion DVD to the Painting with Paulson television series includes 13 30-minute shows that teach important painting basics, plus bonus materials that show techniques for using glaze and achieving amazing results with special effects. Also included in this new series is a tour of a location in California that inspired one of Buck’s paintings and line drawings of Buck’s paintings that can be downloaded on a computer and printed to use as guides.
Painting with Paulson Series 9 features Buck as he paints Oak Park parts 1 and 2, Tree Doll parts 1 and 2, Sunset Power parts 1 and 2, Eye of the Tiger parts 1 and 2, Fisher Boy parts 1 and 2, and Apple Blossoms parts 1, 2, and 3.
Painting With Paulson: Beyond the Canvas delves into the finer points of painting. Veteran public television artist and teacher Buck Paulson discusses the process of making a pochade and how they can provide inspiration; he demonstrates painting techniques, including an explanation of brushes and tips for how to paint eyes; and he refines several of his series paintings to show how they can be enhanced and improved.
Producer: Bob Dambach Director: Barbara Gravel Editors: Heidi Nelson and Cassie Larson Closed captioning by Armour Captioning
The prairie is dotted with unique and picturesque churches, many of which are in danger of being lost forever. Prairie Public’s hour long high-definition documentary DVD, “Prairie Churches”, preserves the stories of some of these priceless buildings.
“Prairie Churches” showcases the diverse history and architectural traditions represented by 117 churches throughout Manitoba, Saskatchewan, North Dakota and Minnesota. Prairie Public’s video crew filmed prairie spires, onion domes, and steeples through four seasons. “Prairie Churches” explores the role churches have in sustaining the history and culture of the vanishing rural landscape of the prairie. Often the first community structure to be built and the last to close its doors, these landmarks represent the hopes and dreams of early settlers and the congregations that currently occupy them.
Join hosts Bob Dambach and Becky Jones
as they present the best recipes from cooks across the prairie region with these cooking programs from the Prairie Public Classics collection: “D Is For Desserts”, “P Is For Pasta”, “S Is For Soups and Stews”, and “P Is For Pork”.
“D is for Desserts” – If there is one thing prairie cooks are known for, it’s their mouthwatering desserts. From old-time favorites like French Silk Pie to new-fangled stand outs like Tiramisu, the desserts our guests whip up in this episode of Prairie Public Cooks will have you scrambling for the kitchen. Produced in 2000. “P is for Pasta” – The hard red durum wheat grown on the prairie is tailor-made for pasta production. In this episode of Prairie Public Cooks, our guests turn this home grown favorite into an array of delectable dishes ranging from creamy Smoked Salmon Pasta to zesty Zippy Ziti. Produced in 1999 “S is for Soups & Stews” – Nothing is better on a crisp winter’s day than a steaming bowl of the hearty soups and stews that prairie cooks have turned out for generations. Whether your favorite is a pot of Borscht brimming with vegetables or a stick-to-your-ribs casserole of Chicken Paprikash zipped up with peppers, you’ll find something to love in this episode of Prairie Public Cooks. Produced in 1999 “P is for Pork” Pork may call itself “the other white meat” but it’s the star of the show in this episode of Prairie Public Cooks. You’ll find dishes for any meal by some of the best cooks from the prairie region. Your stomach will be growling for these kitchen standouts as our guests turn out main courses, side dishes, and ribs of many flavors. Produced in 2001
This DVD includes Prairie Public’s classic documentaries about life in Manitoba: “Pyramids on the Prairie,” “The Mennonites of Manitoba,” “Lake Winnipeg’s Paradise Beaches,” “Assiniboine Park,” and “Portage Avenue.”
“Pyramids on the Prairie” relives the history and architecture of the Exchange District in Winnipeg. “The Mennonites of Manitoba” explores how the culture maintains its connection to its historical beliefs while living in the modern world. “Lake Winnipeg’s Paradise Beaches” tours Canada’s beautiful beaches. “Assiniboine Park: A Park for All Seasons” explores the beauty of the park’s ever-changing landscape. “Portage Avenue” chronicles the history of the intersection of Portage and Main in Winnipeg.
This DVD combines three Prairie Public historical documentary favorites: “Rivers, Roads, Rails, and Air,” “Bonanza Farms,” and “Fort Buford: Splendid Isolation.”
“Rivers, Roads Rails and Air” shows how transportation has changed and how North Dakota’s history has been tied to those changes. “Bonanza Farms” shows how this early attempt at agri-business changed the practices of agriculture on the prairies. “Fort Buford: Splendid Isolation” chronicles the rich history of the menacing sentinel that guarded an important transportation lifeline and was the site of Native American leader Sitting Bull’s surrender. “Lewis and Clark Pathways” follows the Missouri River and uses the famous expedition of Lewis and Clark as a roadmap for discovering North Dakota.
This DVD combines three Prairie Public favorites: “Prairie Quilts,” “One Shining Moment: The History of the North Dakota State ‘B’,” and “The History of the Bobcat.”
“Prairie Quilts” explores the wonderful works of art, expressions of love, and legacies of comfort being made by contemporary quilters. “One Shining Moment: The History of the North Dakota State ‘B'” relives the game-defining moments that make Class B basketball a cultural phenomenon in North Dakota. “The History of the Bobcat” tells the story of how the Keller brothers from Minnesota used scrap metal to build the first Bobcat loader.
“Red River Divide” investigates the history of the Red River Valley’s geology and landscape to get a better view of the future of the region. The documentary studies the hydrology of the valley, tools available for flood forecasting and preparations underway for drought relief. The hour long DVD explores the steps communities have taken to protect themselves from floods, the development of a greenway and the many possibilities for recreation the river provides.
Sometimes a raging river, sometimes a peaceful stream, the Red River of the North winds for more than 500 miles from Wahpeton, North Dakota and Breckenridge, Minnesota, to Lake Winnipeg in Manitoba. The lush Red River Basin offers rich soil, abundant fishing and scenic landscapes — but the river’s historic floods can be devastating. Communities on the banks of the river, from the first settlers to current residents, have experienced the river’s changing moods.
“Red River Showcase” travels across the region to spotlight the interesting people and places of Manitoba, North Dakota, and Minnesota, and takes you along! This DVD set includes 13 episodes.
Red, White, and Blue: German Russians Remember Independence Day is an audio CD from the NDSU Germans from Russia Heritage Collection—Dakota Memories Oral History Project, and it recalls decades-old memories of community celebrations and gatherings, firecrackers and foot races. Historian Jessica Clark adds scholarly commentary and discuss childhood memories in a larger historical framework.
Featuring: Hilda Melita (Lindemann) Backfish Anna (Sturn) Doll James Engelhart Calvin K. Fercho Emil Frank Robert R. Gab Jacob A. Helbling Martha M. (Brosy) Heyne Ida (Zimmerman) Koepplin Philip Lang Magdalena Miller Eva (Helfrich) Mutschelknaus Vernon M. Presler Elda (Schultz) Rasch Orion Arlyn Rudolph Eugenia (Vetter) Schumacher Simon Schwan Gordon R. Werth Rueben Richard Wolf
After a three and a half year apprenticeship in Japan for the Nakazato family, Richard Bresnahan returned to St. John’s University with a wealth of pottery knowledge and skills. He set up a totally indigenous pottery studio, utilizing a nearby clay deposit, and built the largest wood-firing kiln of its kind in North America. This DVD captures the 12th firing of the kiln, which took place in September of 2013 in honor of Richard’s art history teacher and mentor, Sister Johanna Becker.
Producer: Barbara Gravel Editor: Ann Hall Anderson Executive Producer: Bob Dambach Production funding provided by the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund with money from the voters on November 4, 2008 and the members of Prairie Public.
This DVD package contains all three documentaries in Prairie Public’s Rural Meth Awareness Project: Combating Meth (30 minutes), The Shadow of Meth (60 minutes) and Safe Behind Bars (30 minutes). In addition, a free outreach kit is available to educators and public awareness project professionals on the project’s website at www.shadowofmeth.org
“Combating Meth” goes to the frontlines of the battle against meth with Minot State University’s Rural Crime And Justice Center. “Shadow of Meth” shows how methamphetamine affects more than just the person ravaged by addiction. The story of the meth epidemic in the prairie region will be told firsthand through those hardest hit. “Safe Behind Bars” examines a rarely discussed impact that methamphetamine addiction has had on the state of North Dakota—the increasing number of women incarcerated for meth-related crimes.
Salt of the Earth explores the cause of soil salinity and the potential solutions, some of which can be controversial. This provocative Prairie Public documentary informs both as a cautionary tale and also as an educational tool for farmers, soil scientists, and ordinary citizens.
Producer, Writer, and Narrator: Matt Olien Executive Producer: Bob Dambach Associate Producers: Steve Fischer, Jessica Beard, Tasha Gibby Editor/Videographer: Frode Tilden Videographers: Ben Stommes, Dave Geck, Ryan Sailer Graphics: Ben Stommes, Ryan Sailer Production Manager: Barbara Gravel Production Assistant: Jessica Odegard Captioning by Armour Captioning Funding for Salt of the Earth was provided by North Dakota Department of Health, Natural Resources Conservation Service and the members of Prairie Public.
Scandinavian Traditions takes a nostalgic look at childhood memories and family traditions and shows us that there is more to being Scandinavian than Ole and Lena jokes — this heritage is something to celebrate! This colorful Prairie Public DVD documents how Scandinavian communities are preserving their ethnic identity. Scandinavian Traditions documents how Scandinavian artists are preserving their ethnic identity and harks back to Grandma in the kitchen through the rich Nordic food traditions.
This video and DVD contains bonus footage that has never been broadcast. The bonus segment feature tours of four premier Scandinavian heritage museums: Versterheim Norwegian-American Museum in Decorah, Iowa; Nordic Heritage Museum in Ballard, Washington; American Swedish Museum in Minneapolis, Minnesota; and New Icelandic Heritage Museum in Gimli, Manitoba.
The audio soundtrack of the documentary “A Soulful Sound, Music of the Germans from Russia” includes 34 full-length performances on CD.
Tracks 1. “Wirsitzen so fröhlich beisammen” St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church Centennial Choir 2. “Lasst die Kinder zu mir kommen” University of Mary Concert Choir 3. “Christus ist erstanden” University of Mary Concert Choir 4. “Die Königskinder” Maria Applehans & Rosalinda Kloberdanz 5. “Die Königskinder” John J. Gross & Sarah McMahon 6. “So nimm denn meine Hände” St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church Centennial Choir 7. “Auf, auf mein Geist zu loben” Young People’s Hutterite Singers 8. “Nun danket alle Gott” Jamestown College Concert Choir 9. “Herr meines Herzens Trost und Tell” Young People’s Hutterite Singers 10. Heute scheid’ ich, heute wandr’ ich” Maria Applehans And 24 more tracks
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