Today in the ArtZany Radio studio Paula Granquist previews the Studio ArTour of South Central Minnesota with wood sculpture artist Curtis Ingvoldstad. Next, the show will play the music and tell the story of the Paradise Center for the Arts upcoming concert New and Emerging MN Music Showcase with Executive Director Kristen Twitchell and musicians from Triple Stitch.
2019 STUDIO ARTOUR – 15th Annual
Saturday, October 12 10AM – 6PM
Sunday, October 13 10AM – 5PM
SOME Studios Open Friday, October 11 4PM – 8PM
ARTOUR REGION: FARMINGTON, NORTHFIELD
The South Central Minnesota Studio ARTour was founded as a co-operative venture with a group of artists in the areas around Farmington, Northfield, and Faribault who are collectively responsible for producing the ARTour each year. The Studio ArTour is open to the public and always free!
2019 features 45 artists in 19 studios. Most studios have several artists working in different media. The artists are glad to answer questions and provide information about the art, and some studios will have demonstrations.
The range of work is amazing; Wood working, pottery, painting, collage, glass blowing, jewelry making and more! Visiting studios is free and all are open to the public.
NEW & EMERGING MN MUSIC SHOWCASE
Paradise Center for the Arts
October 12, 2019 at 7:00pm (Doors 6:30pm)
$10 Tickets General Admission
This event features new and emerging MN musicians and bands. Minnesota music venues and the Minnesota music scene have a long and rich tradition of discovering and launching the careers of local musicians! The next “big one” might be in the line-up as the Paradise helps to showcase up-and-coming and newly discovered Minnesota talent.
Line-Up: Coyote Kid, Triple Stitch, The Jensen Sisters and Careful Gaze