Cloud Cult's "The Seeker" (Official Trailer)
Cloud Cult's "The Seeker" (Official Trailer)
Emmy Award-Winning Program: The Lowertown Line: PaviElle
Emmy Award-Winning Program: The Lowertown Line: PaviElle
Emmy Award-Winning Segment: Osama Esid
Emmy Award-Winning Segment: Osama Esid
I am a Refugee - Poem by Ifrah Mansour
I am a Refugee - Poem by Ifrah Mansour
Emmy Award-Winning Segment- HOTTEA
Emmy Award-Winning Segment- HOTTEA
Emmy Award-Winning Segment: Phil Vandervaart
Emmy Award-Winning Segment: Phil Vandervaart
Minute Long DIY: Mosaic Wall Hanging with Sharra Frank
Minute Long DIY: Mosaic Wall Hanging with Sharra Frank
Emmy Award-Winning Segment: Sarina Brewer
Emmy Award-Winning Segment: Sarina Brewer
Cloud Cult's "The Seeker" (Official Trailer)
Emmy Award-Winning Program: The Lowertown Line: PaviElleA nationally touring artist by the time she was a teenager, neo-soul singer PaviElle has music in her blood. She comes from a long lineage of funk and soul artists, including an uncle who was in Purple Haze. But, five years ago, after her parents died within just months of each other,PaviElle lost her will to perform and stopped making music altogether. This segment showcases PaviElle’s triumphant return to the stage with a live performance and behind-the-scenes footage that show the role community, family, and music have in helping her deal with her loss and inspire her critically acclaimed new album. With songs that are intimate, emotional and powerfully soulful, PaviElle pays tribute to her journey towards self acceptance, love and an embrace of her black artistic heritage. The Lowertown Line, is a music series from Twin Cities Public Television. The show hosts performances in front of live audience, and pairs them with interviews and behind the scenes footage to create half hour episodes. We aim to capture the depth, variety, and inventiveness of the musicians and bands that call the Twin Cities home. A 2015 regional Emmy award-winning arts and entertainment program. 
Emmy Award-Winning Segment: Osama EsidBorn in Damascus, Syria and now living in Northeast Minneapolis, photographer Osama Esid took his large format camera to photograph Syrian refugees in Turkey, determined to portray his people with sensitivity, compassion, and his own unique understanding. Using a variety of analog techniques, Esid's powerful images explore his own personal identity and the communities he is a part of. MN Original is Twin Cities PBS's weekly arts series celebrating Minnesota creative community, across all disciplines and all cultures.A 2016 regional Emmy award-winning arts and entertainment segment. 
I am a Refugee - Poem by Ifrah MansourIfrah Mansour is a multimedia artist and teacher living in Minneapolis. Much of her work centers around the Somali refugee experience. She recently read her poem “I Am a Refugee” at Twin Cities World Refugee Day, where these portraits were taken. 
Emmy Award-Winning Segment- HOTTEAInternationally known installation artist HOTTEA sits down for an interview to tell his story From his past struggles with the law to his emotional quest to honor his family, HOTTEA describes, in his own words, his journey in creating non-destructive street art.A 2014 regional Emmy award-winning arts and entertainment program. 
Emmy Award-Winning Segment: Phil Vandervaart
Minute Long DIY: Mosaic Wall Hanging with Sharra Frank
Emmy Award-Winning Segment: Sarina Brewer
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