September 29 – October 2 and October 5 – 8, 2016: Tom Isbell and UMD Theater Department will produce a play, “One River,” based on One River, Many Stories at UMD’s Marshall Center for the Performing Arts; more info soon.
October 18, 6:30 p.m.: Duluth Media Summit: “The Extraordinary Native Vote in 2016.”
Location: American Indian Center, Trepanier Hall, 202 W 2nd St, Duluth, MN 55802.
Speaker: Mark Trahant, faculty member of the University of North Dakota as the Charles R. Johnson Endowed Professor of Journalism. In addition, Trahant reports and comments nearly daily on his blog, Trahant Reports.
RSVP to our Facebook event page.
Earlier this year, One River presented Skill Sessions aimed at journalists, educators and citizen storytellers to showcase the talent in our region: Photojournalism/Photography and Competition versus Collaboration and Storytelling Across Platforms.
Listen to KUWS “Writers Read” for One River Many Stories recorded on April 27 at University of Wisconsin-Superior. Poet Sheila Packa started the evening: “Whatever we write about gets stronger, so I’m glad we’re writing about the river.” Powerful essays on whitewater kayaking during the 2012 flood, the work of a fisheries biologist, duck hunting in the estuary, the healing grace of the river, and several extraordinary poems. Featured writers, pictured above with emcee Jennifer Moore of UMD’s Journalism program: Ashley Sullivan, Mark Munger, Sheila Packa, Deanne Erickson, Stephen Schram, David Cowardin, Cliff Langley, Jan Chronister. Wisconsin Public Radio will archives all submissions; access them at the link above.
“One River, Many Stories” is a journalism, media and storytelling project and resource hub for journalists, educators, and citizens to foster deeper conversations about our community. This University of Minnesota Duluth Journalism program project is funded in part by the Knight Foundation Fund of the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation.
St. Louis River, April 2016: See what happens when journalists and storytellers in one region turn their attention to one topic.
For more information, or to be added to our mailing list, contact Project Coordinator Judy Budreau at firstname.lastname@example.org