WENDY BUTLER

This week’s Artwaves includes interviews with Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness about its Arts for Veterans program, which is free to the public. 


This week's Artwaves examines "JOURNEYS III" with this exhibit's creator Lori Goodman. Her exhibit is at Eureka's Black Faun Gallery through Feb. 10. Among the displayed works is one Goodman created out of an invasive plant, whose branches she clipped and stripped and wove together to form "twin huts." Goodman will give a talk and demonstration Jan. 6 at 4:30 p.m. at the gallery. Listen to the Dec. 26 interview in our Archives.

Micki Flatmo’s new exhibit “Dating Chaos: What To Wear” at Eureka’s Morris Graves Museum of Art is, indeed, about chaos. But it’s not about getting ready for your typical date. 

Perhaps it’s about what might come after chaos? 


This week's guests on Artwaves are Humboldt State University Art Department Gallery Director Brittany Sheldon and also Brittany Britton, Art Department Gallery Assistant. They've co-curated "Lineage: Living Traditions of Line, Shape and Design" now on display at the HSU Goudi'ni Native American Arts Gallery. 

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This week on Artwaves,: preview The Macabre Cabaret at Dell'Arte, and Humboldt State's production of Avenue Q. Both shows open this week. 


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This week, Marimba music has echoed through the halls at Humboldt State, due to the International Katarzyna Myćka Marimba Academy. World-renown Marimba soloist Katarzyna Myćka and Marimba One founder Ron Samuels talk to Wendy Butler about the melodic percussion instrument. 


Humboldt State is home to the oldest student-run film festival in the world. Student co-directors Andrew Weisz, Kira Hudson, Nirobys Appolito talk to Wendy Butler about the 

The 50th Humboldt International Film Festival starts Wednesday (April 19).