This week Radio Gallery spotlights the 2012 Lake Superior Writers Open Genre Writing Contest on the theme ’Good Times’. Submissions due by Friday, March 30th, 2012 (postmarked). Top entry/author in each genre (poetry, short-short and creative non-fiction) will receive $150 a piece plus a $50 gift card.For more information on any of the above, please contact the Lake Superior Writers office at 218 – 722 - 3094; or email@example.com.
Also in the Radio Gallery series
This week, Radio Gallery speaks with a UMD Associate Professor who has a one-of-a-kind medium, Ryuta Nakajima. He has also been a key player in the counsel that organized the ...
Tony Mancuso is the property manager for all of St. Louis County, and he is also a sculpture artist. He began by making furniture out of driftwood, and recently transitioned ...
Craig Blacklock, the renowned Moose Lake nature photographer, has just hung a rendition of his Marine Art show at the Merrill Lynch Fine Arts Gallery in the Great Lakes ...
This spring, Radio Gallery has dedicated a lot of time to recognizing local student artists, because they often bring new, unique ideas to the field. This week, we talk with ...
Radio Gallery spotlights Senior shows at the Tweed this week with art student Jeff Studenski. Jeff's show opens Tuesday March 26 at 4:00pm at UMD's Tweed museum of Art. With ...
Radio Gallery spotlights UMD's student organization Mud Guild a ceramics studio open to all students. We spoke with a current officer, potter and art lover Jaclyn Lueck. With ...
This week Radio Gallery speaks with Andy Hardman as he prepares for his upcoming exhibition at the Ochre Ghost. Hardman has had a vast amount of experience in different ...
Saturday, March 2nd, from 5-8 p.m., the Duluth Photography Institute teamed up with John Heino Photography for the Capture Duluth Exhibit, which features twenty different ...
Pineapple Arts has now been in business for three years at their location on 124 West 1st Street. Radio Gallery speaks with co-owner Faith King as she prepares for their ...
Funding provided by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.