Preparing for inflation through a number of measures, and trusting my instincts. Power comes from action!
Join host Thomas Risberg as he interviews Nicole Maria-Evans, Curator of Exhibitions and Collections at the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art, discussing the history of Fiber Art and women in art, as well as their current exhibition "Beyond Intentions." It showcases the work of 3 contemporary fiber and mixed-media artists. The exhibition is comprised of work that features vintage characters sewn onto idyllic or dystopian scenes, an installation of brightly colored looming crocheted environments, and beautifully complex grid patterns that tempt chance through order. Admission is always free at the museum.
Classical Journeys - Host: Matt Donnelly with guest Mary Papoulis, Lead Violinist of the Cascade Quartet and Concertmaster of the Great Falls Symphony. They discuss the upcoming Symphony season, current symphonic events and a little bit about Mary's background. Selections from Delius, Negron & Farrenc are included.
Front Range Outdoors - Hosts: Amy Grisak & Marty Bannon with guest Nicolle Fugere, a guide with Missouri River Outfitters, talking about floating the river, Fort Benton and the different seasons of the Missouri River.
Electric City Currents with guest Ellie Weber, Director of Education at the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art, talking about the many upcoming and ongoing Art Programs at the Square.
or call: 406-727-8255. Admission to the museum is FREE, and some of the classes are as well!
Voices & Views - Host: Thomas Risberg - Guest: Laura Angel, Cancer Survivor and Thriver. The remarkable story of Laura Angel and her sudden-onset journey with Brain Cancer and maintaining a productive, goal-oriented mindset through it all. If you'd like to contact Laura, she would love to hear reactions to her story, people with survival stories of their own, or anyone who needs a voice of support.
Here is a story about Lisa competing in Conrad's 5K. Her daughter, Abby, won the race. Lisa finished without crawling across the finish line so she signed up for Burn the Bird on Thanksgiving. She says she hopes to see you there!
"It could have been worse. Much worse."