Radio Gallery spotlights the work of Letisha Rice, a UMD Grad who is showing her work in the Duluth Homegrown Music Festival art exhibit "Past, Present and Future: Teachers of Visual Arts," Thursday May 3 at 5pm at the Red Mug Coffee House & Gallery, opening Thursday evening. Letisha's work is inspired by nature and biology. She concentrates on color and composition.
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