Season 4 Episode 33

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Video Summary

Anne Labovitz creates densely layered portraits that represent the mixture of feelings and memories one associates with those closest to us. A new exhibit at the Tweed Museum of Art, on the campus of the University of Minnesota Duluth, offers a first hand view of her highly textured work. Tour the Tweed with the curator and meet the artist in a personal, in-studio interview. Labovitz brings a strong commitment to arts education and making art accessible.

The historic Oldenburg House in Carlton has a new life as a concert venue. Stroll the grounds with Glenn Swanson, a son of the longtime owner, and share the family's dynamic vision for their home. From intimate house concerts to large-scale, outdoor music festivals, weddings and reunions, the property invites visitors to soak in the beauty of the architecture and landscape. Solfest, a jazz and R&B festival, is planned on the grounds Saturday, June 15, 2013.

The Slamming Doors create original rock on Minnesota's Iron Range. The five-piece group combines their talent with guitars and drum; and the musical influences of alt-country, rock, soul and blues, to make a unique statement about their experience. The result is an open door to explore life's ups and downs through music.

Funding for this program is provided by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. Click here for more information or visit the Minnesota Legacy website.

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