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One of the ways an artist knows they have made it is when their work has been selected to appear at a high profile gallery. Another is when they are recognized with a prestigious award.
She is only 23, but Minneapolis artist and feminist Zoe Mae Huot-Link already has many accomplishments under her belt. Her work is going to be on display at the University of Minnesota’s Coffman Art Gallery from November 17, 2022 to January 22, 2023. A special grand opening celebration was held the evening of November 17, and a preview story about the opening aired on KSTP television's 4 p.m. newscast on November 16. Congratulations Zoe!
Learn more about Zoe's work on her website, Zoemae.art.
One of the best ways to grow the audience for your books is to take the show on the road, and that's what Diverse Voices Press did the week of November 15, 2022. The company's co-founders, Hudda Ibrahim and Abdi Mahad, were invited to present at the Marshall-Lyon County Public Library the evening of November 16. There, Hudda led a workshop on diversity and inclusion, sharing with the audience how to recognize their own implicit biases, and then overcome them so they can be more welcoming of people who are different from themselves.
On November 17, both Hudda and Abdi Mahad read their children's books to 2nd, 3rd and 4th graders at Southview Elementary in Marshall. Hudda read What Color is My Hijab? and Lula Wants to Wear A Badge, which are both career books featuring little girls wearing their hijabs. Abdi read from his book, The ABCs of Affirmations: Help Kids Be All They Can Be.
To learn more about their company, or purchase any of the available books, go to DiverseVoicesPress.com.
The Shoreview News recently interviewed John Miller about his book, Bootstrap Entrepreneur: How Grit, Faith, and Help from a Chippewa Tribe Built a Technology Company — A Business Memoir.
In the book, Miller recalls how his company became a success. Here is a link to the article, "An inspiring story of ingenuity and can-do spirit." The book is available from Amazon in paperback, hardcover and Kindle formats.
For the past five years or so, 80-year-old Georgiana Harris has begun every day, rain or shine, with a walk across the street from her apartment building in Oakdale to care for a small section of public greenspace. She regularly picks up trash, and pulls invasive purple loosestrife from the small patch of public land along 11th Street North.
Her stewardship has not gone unnoticed. The Ramsey/Washington Metro Watershed District recognized Harris, and five other local residents, with the 2022 Watershed Excellence Award the evening of November 15, 2022 at a special dinner and awards ceremony.... and earlier in the day, FOX 9 News reporter Maury Glover interviewed Georgina for a story that aired that evening on FOX 9's 9 O'clock News.
“We are so proud of Georgie. She really is a shining light at our Oakdale community. She sets a good example that we’ve seen many other residents follow,” said Jenny Krizan, Training and Development Director at The Waters.
Learn more about The Waters, where residents and team members thrive, at TheWaters.com.