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Briefs arts April

Arts briefs, April 22

By Pioneer staff reports Today at 7:42 a.m.

 a press release said.Trail maps and information about additional stops on the trail are available at: midwestfiberartstrails.org/pine-prairie-2018. • At Watermark Art Center

Pine to Prairie Fiber Arts Trail announce exhibits

BEMIDJI—Members of the Pine to Prairie Fiber Arts Trail recently announced the third annual Fiber Arts Exhibit and Studio Tour. The Pine to Prairie Fiber Arts Trail will hold a Members Art Exhibit at Wild Hare Bistro from April 6 to April 30. The members will host a closing artist reception at Wild Hare from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, April 27. There also will be a weekend studio tour on Friday and Saturday, April 27-28, from 10 a.m to 5 p.m. both days.

Along the self-guided studio tour, fiber enthusiasts can talk with makers, tour studios, take a basket weaving workshop, watch demonstrations and try their hand at various fiber arts mediums, a press release said.Trail maps and information about additional stops on the trail are available at: midwestfiberartstrails.org/pine-prairie-2018.

• At Watermark Art Center, Stephanie Showalter of Alainn Yarns will sell her hand-dyed yarn. Showalter's work is based on photographs from her travels. New Zealand artist Karl Rangikawhiti Leonard will demonstrate "whatu weaving," which is a type of finger twining used in Maori weaving.

• Northwest Indian Community Development Center will host several practicing artists. Wenona Kingbird will demonstrate how to make Ojibwe style moccasins. Sharon Rosebear will demonstrate traditional Ojibwe birch bark basket making, and Nancy Kingbird will demonstrate and display her traditional/contemporary beadwork. Sharon Nordrum will show her needle felting artwork. Lolly Aguilar "Corn Chick Designs" will sell her corn jewelry and feature an educational display. A light traditional lunch will be available on Saturday.

• In the Miikanan Gallery at Watermark Art Center, trail visitors will see the exhibit "Biitoosinoon-There Are Layers." The art center will host a closing reception for the exhibit from 6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 28.

• In Tenstrike, Eve Sumsky will offer a basket weaving class in her studio from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, April 27. Participants can register at

• The Bemidji Woolen Mills will give two tours. The first will be at 1 p.m. Friday, April 27, and the second at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 28.

BSU announces DeKrey recipients

BEMIDJI—Three BSU students won scholarships in the Department of Music's Don and Ione DeKrey Memorial Scholarship Competition on Saturday, April 14. A total of nine students participated in the 32nd annual competition.

This winners of $1,500 scholarships were:

• Evan Byler, a junior mass communication and music major from Pennington. Byler, a tenor, performed "Non t'amo più!" by Francesco Paolo Tosti.

• Savanna Hagerty, a junior music education major from Cornelia, Ga. Hagerty, a soprano, performed "The Gallows Tree" by Steven Mark Kohn.

• Hannah Jenson, a senior music education major from Princeton, Minn. Jenson, a soprano, performed "Von ewiger Liebe" by Johannes Brahms.

Also singing in this year's competition were:

• Anna Ames, junior, music education, Moorhead, performing "Give Me Jesus" arranged by Moses Hogan.

• Claire Johnson, junior, vocal music education, Waunakee, Wis., performing "The Black Swan" by Gian Carlo Menotti.

• Dezerae Medina, senior, music education, Wadena, performing "Morgenständchen" by Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel.

• Arianna Hady, sophomore, music education and music, Blaine, performing "Liebst du um Schönheit" by Clara Schumann.

• Joscelin Eischens, junior, music education, Nevis, performing "Du bist Wie eine Blume" by Robert Schumann.

• Kaitlyn Huhta, sophomore, music education, Sebeka, performing "O del mio amato ben" by Stefano Donaudy.

Storyteller presents concerts and workshops

BEMIDJI—Headwaters Music and Arts will host award-winning storyteller Laura Packer for a series of performances and workshops. All activities will take place at Headwaters Music and Arts, 519 Minnesota Ave. For more information or to register for workshops, visit or call 218.444.5606.

A storyteller, educator and consultant with 20-plus years of experience, Packer of Wayzata tells original and traditional stories for all audiences with a focus on adults, families and older children, a press release said. Her stories cover the range of human experience from the most grounded to the fantastical and are a collaborative creation with the audience, drawing listeners into the world of the story, the release said.

The performances and workshops include:

• May 11 at 7 p.m. Free. Public Performance featuring original work meant to bridge barriers of gender, ethnicity and age. This event is appropriate for individuals of all ages. The venue is wheelchair accessible and a sign language interpreter will take part in the performance.

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