MN Original #216

Thursday evenings can be hectic, especially around the holidays, so the chances are good you missed last night’s episode of MN Original. That would be a shame, since it featured the likes of poet Bao Phi and musician Jeremy Messersmith. Here’s the full rundown:

Terry Gydesen is a documentary photographer whose images tell the personal stories of some of Minnesota’s political figures and celebrities.

He is a two-time champion of the Minnesota Grand Poetry Slam. Vietnamese-American spoken word artist Bao Phi performs.

The masters of old blues inspired legendary folk guitarist and songwriter, Spider John Koerner.

Plus: “Mural of the Americas” – a public art profile. And, Jeremy Messersmith performs “Organ Donor” at the Cedar Cultural Center

Give yourself a half-hour to get to know the Minnesota arts scene. Enjoy!

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