Season 4 Episodes: 2012-2013
Tune in for another season of Prairie Mosaic, a patchwork of stories about the people and places that contribute to the Arts, Culture and History in our region.
#401: October 19, 2012: On this edition of Prairie Mosaic, we’ll begin the search for a new conductor for the Fargo Moorhead Symphony Orchestra, visit a museum dedicated to the history of Minnesota’s milling industry, and enjoy the music of a bluegrass band from Thief River Falls and the jewelry of Shelli Fenske.
#402: November 13, 2012: Visit the headwaters of the Mississippi and a North Dakota State Park, see how rhubarb leaves can be transformed into pottery, the cutting edge of Karmen Rheault’s art, and profile an up and coming painter from Moorhead.
#403: December 18, 2012: On this special holiday edition of Prairie Mosaic, we’ll enjoy the sounds of the season from musician Keri Noble, the cast of Dakota Air, explore the edible art of Darla Julin, and learn about the tradition of handcrafted Tine Boxes.
#404: January 9, 2013: Take a tour of Icelandic State Park in Pembina, North Dakota; continue the search for a new conductor for the Fargo Moorhead Symphony Orchestra with candidate Christopher Zimmerman; investigate the work of rosemaling artist Jean Honl; visit Artists On Main, a gallery for local artisans in Roseau, Minnesota; and enjoy some rock and roll from The Midnight Noise Orchestra.
#405: February 19, 2013: Meet Fred Cogelow, a master woodcarver from Willmar, Minnesota; visit Laura Moe’s unique art studio that feels like home; tour the Becker County Historical Society to learn about the history of lake country; and relax to the sounds of Amanda Standalone And The Pastry Shop Girls, a musical group who first met in a pastry shop.
#406: March 18, 2013:Enjoy the original music of Annie Humphrey, meet David Itkin who is a finalist in the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra’s search for a new conductor, watch sculptor Joe Van Cleave ply his art with a chansaw, learn about how competing in Poetry Out Loud has changed one Minot student’s view of poetry and tour St. John’s pottery program with director and artist Richard Bresnahan who explains how the program integrates aesthetic, scientific, humanistic, and moral approaches to sustainable living in relation to nature.
#407: April 17, 2013: Meet another finalist in the search for a new conductor for the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra, watch a glass blower capture the light, colors, and views of the plains, tour the largest historic flour mill in Minnesota, and listen to 3 generations of a Northern Minnesota family play some authentic bluegrass music.
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