Thursday, January 04, 2007


Just aheads up, if you're in southern Minnesota you can tune in to KYMN 1080 AM tomorrow morning. Nick Sinclair and I are being interviewed on Paula Granquist's show to talk about the gallery opening, the month long Scrapbooking exhibit and documentary film making. It won't be streamed on the web but I'll get a copy of the broadcast and post it when I'm back in town on the 21rst.

9:05 AM, 01/05/07
KYMN 1080 AM
Paula Granquist's show.




At 9:46 AM, Blogger Melissa O. said...

How did it go?

At 11:38 AM, Blogger EquineSpirit said...

Dang! I missed it!

At 1:27 PM, Blogger wes said...

Dang! Don't worry about it, it's rebroadcast Saturday morning at 11:05 AM. :0)

It went good. Thanks for asking! I was able to hit the main points I was hoping to because Paula the host asked the right questions and gave lots of room for comment. The bullet poitns were:

Scrapbooking can be Art.

People's real life experiences and stories are important.

Everyone should try scrapbooking.

Our every day occurances are valueable and worth documenting for those that go on after us.

Scrapbooking is as unique as the many types of people that do it.

Come to the gallery tonight and check out the exhibit. :0)


At 8:51 AM, Blogger Maureen said...

Hi Wes,
I will have to take a listen Saturday morning.

At 6:10 PM, Blogger EquineSpirit said...

:P I missed it...again! I knew I should have checked this entry's comments this morning. Shoot! And this morning would have been a perfect time to hear it too as around that time DH and I were heading up to Woodbury on a shopping trip to Archiver's, JoAnn's, and Michael's. Will it be rebroadcast again? I'd love to hear it!

At 1:43 AM, Blogger Melissa O. said...

how did the opening go?

At 8:34 AM, Blogger wes said...

Hi Melissa!

I'm packing gear today and should post something in the blog about Friday night but am pretty busy. I had a blast. I also got to meet people like Maureen and Jenny that post on the blog. It was trippy to have the two worlds collide. :0)

Northfield is a notoriously particular art community so I honestly wasn't sure how people would react to an indie movie project, scrapbooking as art and having different types of people who appreciate different values in art get together and interact. It turned out to be wonderful. We had older, more conservative people hanging out with people like Ben, a guy I met that literally has more facial piercings than anyone I've ever met personally, and that's saying something.

I think pretty much everybody felt warm and fuzzy afterwards and we had a nice long Q&A afterwards where people asked about how to get started, techniques, style and all kinds of things I'm not really qualified to answer. ;0)

Wish you were there Scrapbunny!



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