Exploring the Immigrant Story:
Violinist Sara Pajunen will perform Laatikko/Box at the Hibbing Community
College Theater on Tuesday, November 24th at 7:00 PM. This is a FREE
Sara Pajunen’s Laatikko/Box, is a multimedia musical performance
reflecting upon the immigrant journey.
In 2014, Laatikko/Box was commissioned by the Cedar Cultural Center in
Minneapolis and through this project, brings a sampling of the University of
Minnesota’s Finnish-American archives to the public. Laatikko/Box explores the
emotions we experience when we step into unknown worlds. In the
performance, Pajunen combines the reading of archival material, recorded audio
interviews with immigrants, live violin, voice, and electronic technology to
create a poignant interactive sound piece. Laatikko/Box is a search for
commonalities: between distant immigrant stories, and between the immigrant
journey and our own journeys of change.
Sara Pajunen is a fiscal year 2015 recipient of an Artists
Initiative grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board. This activity is made
possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State
Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation by the Minnesota State
Legislature; and by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
HCC "Art Among the Stacks" presents: Ceramic Form and Function starting September 22nd through January 29, 2016. David Meyer, of Nashwauk, Minnesota, along with a selection of his students, will present Ceramic Form and Function. The exhibition is a visual testament to challenges conquered and presents a formative and significant collection of ceramic artwork created by both the Instructor and his students.
Educated at Hibbing Community College and the University of Wisconsin-Superior, David Meyer earned a Master's Degree in Studio Art with a minor in Art Therapy. While studying, he rallied from the aftereffects of surgery and challenges of physical therapy. Through these experiences, David found in his core an innate desire to find new approaches and solutions for clay while assisting people with disabilities.
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