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Fall 2020 is approaching in the Upper Great Lakes region. With that comes the continued challenges that COVID-19 present; social distancing, sanitizing everything, working from home, starting a new school year virtually, in-person or a hybrid...the list goes on.

Along with those challenges come the need for arts and culture, whether as an escape or as material for learning, enhancing our lives through different mediums of creation. One organization that keeps that mission alive during difficult times is the Bonifas Arts Center in Escanaba.

We spoke with Sue Roll, the Executive Director of the Bonifas, about events, exhibits and education at the Bonifas for September and October of 2020:


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This summer is unusual to say the least; luckily, the Bonifas Arts Center in Escanaba is prepared with classes, exhibits, events and more, both safely in-person and virtually.

Kurt Hauswirth spoke with Sue Roll, Executive Director at the Bonifas, about this unprecidented summer of activities:


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This time on the Bonifas Arts Update, Kurt Hauswirth speaks with Executive Director Sue Roll about summer events at the Bonifas and around the region, including steps taken for safe events utilizing social distancing and outdoor/online events.


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This time on the Bonifas Arts Update, Kurt Hauswirth speaks with Executive Director Sue Roll about events in March and April 2020.


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This time on the Bonifas Arts Center Update, Kurt Hauswirth speaks with Executive Director Sue Roll about what's happening in February, 2020


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This time on the Bonifas Arts Center Update, Kurt Hauswirth speaks with Executive Director Sue Roll about events in January, 2020. Discussion includes exhibits, arts education, and events. Topics include fiber arts, Tai Chi, Gourmet Raw Vegan foods, and an upcoming musical performance:


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November at the Bonifas means Exhibits, Events, and Education.  The Northern Exposure exhibit runs from Nov. 7 - Dec. 19, and is the UP's longest running art competition.  Tracy Anderson will exhibit works in the Studio Gallery Nov. 6 - Dec. 18.

Sue Roll, Executive Director, spoke with Kurt Hauswirth on the phone about what patrons can expect in November:


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Fall is here in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and at Escanaba's Bonifas Arts Center, they are ready with a full slate of arts & culture activities.

Sue Roll, Executive Director, spoke with Kurt Hauswirth about events happening through the month of October in the latest Bonifas Arts Update; topics include exhibits (Northern Exposure and Christine Saari's Blossoms in the Dark of Winter), classes (Of Both Minds, Barn Quilt Designs, Encaustic Art) and events (Players de Noc's Neil Simon play and "A Night of Magic & Wizardry).  Hear more about it from Sue, in conversation with Kurt Hauswirth:


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Hear the latest about exhibits, activities and classes at the Bonifas Arts Center in Escanaba from the executive director, Sue Roll, in an interview with Kurt Hauswirth:


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August 2019 is nearly here in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.  The Bonifas Arts Center is celebrating summer and the arts with the Waterfront Art Festival, as well as glass classes and exhibits.  Hear about this festive time of year with Sue Roll, the Executive Director of the Bonifas:


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