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Open Studio: NCPR's monthly arts roundup

Last Thursdays, 7:00 pm

NCPR's Todd Moe guides listeners through a one-hour on-air magazine that explores the work and the stories of the region's many visual artists, musicians, theaters, writers and dancers.

Hosts Hilary Oak, Todd Moe & Beth Robinson

SLC Arts logoOpen Studio is co-hosted by Hilary Oak, Director of the St. Lawrence County Arts Council, and Beth Robinson, of What a Raquette Music and Dance, a Potsdam-based group that promotes music and dance. For more information about the program, contact Open Studio.

Open Studio features

Prudence Matthews' <i>Boldt's Yacht House</i>, 1995.
Prudence Matthews' Boldt's Yacht House, 1995.

Preview: Hooked on the River at TAUNY

A new exhibit opens this Saturday at Traditional Arts in Upstate New York (TAUNY) in Canton. Hooked on the River features 10 hooked rugs by Prudence Matthews. They tell a rich and detailed story about Matthews' life along the St. Lawrence River. Since childhood she's spent summers at her family's cottage in Fishers Landing. Prudence Matthews told Todd Moe about her love of the river and rug hooking.  Go to full article

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Arts at NCPR

NCPR UpNorth Gallery: selections from exhibitions at regional galleries and web-only exhibits of work submitted by area artists.
NCPR UpNorth Concert Hall Musical and spoken word performance by regional artists and guests in mp3 audio format.
Connie's Reviews Connie Meng's reviews of professional theatre in the region, along with upcoming events and NPR theatre reviews.

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