This week’s guest on First Voices Radio is Francene Blythe-Lewis, executive director of Vision Maker Media, a public media nonprofit in Lincoln, Nebraska. Francene leads efforts there to seek and advance new Native film talent, fund Native media content and produce Native film and television public media intended for public television broadcasting. She works directly in partnership with the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and its many entities to provide prime Native content for digital and educational platforms. Francene specializes in cultural education, cultural arts programming and executive management in the arts. As a proud Native woman, Francene Blythe-Lewis is Eastern Cherokee, Sisseton-Wahpeton Dakota and Diné.
Tuesday, March 2 at 12:00 noon.
North Fork Works with Hazel Kahan
It’s been a few years since this interview was first heard on North Fork Works but it’s a personal favorite and I wanted to share it again with the WPKN audience. Will Paulson, fourth-generation woodworker, talks about his Swedish heritage, his philosophy about his tools, his craft and his sculptures and how he feels about wood and trees.
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