Monday, May 9, 2011

Culturology 5-5: Printmakers-in-training

by Travis Ryder
An example of a linocut print.
Culturology caught up with Becca and Kelle, students in in the Printmaking course at Hibbing Community College.  Both are working toward the school's Associate of Fine Arts degree, designed as a bridge toward baccalaureate and graduate work in the arts. They talk about their creations so far, and the basics of printmaking, with their instructor Paula Brandel.

Hear the piece here.

The Duluth-based, internationally-recognized group Low played to a full cathedral in their hometown Friday night. Listen in as KAXE's Charlie Pulkrabek speaks with the group's Alan Sparhawk.

Culturology is KAXE's flagship arts and culture program, heard select Thursdays in the 8 o'clock hour.  It's produced with support from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

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