Arts and Humanities Update ~ Poetry from Studio 47 ~ Antiques Roadshow ~ Elder Financial Abuse
Monday, February 10, 2020 – An arts and humanities update for February as we visit with Kim Konikow of the North Dakota Council on the Arts, and Brenna Gerhardt of Humanities North Dakota. ~~~ Poetry from studio 47 comes to us from Patrick Hicks, writer in residence and a member of the English faculty at Augustana College in Sioux Falls. Today he profiles David Allen Evans. ~~~ Chuck Lura comments on the Great Backyard Bird Count in his Natural North Dakota essay. ~~~ The final episode of Antiques Roadshow’s visit to Bonanzaville in West Fargo airs tonight. During that June event, Ashley Thornberg visited with line producer Jill Giles for a behind-the-scenes special that will also air tonight. ~~~ Who should elders trust with their money? The answer might surprise you. NDSU will be co-hosting an elder financial abuse webinar, and here with a preview and instructions on how you can participate is Jane Strommen, Extension gerontology specialist.