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Small City Big Arts is a series highlighting hardworking, talented artists in the greater Bangor Area produced and hosted by students at New England School of Communications at Husson University.

Episode 3: Robinson Ballet

March 28th: Kerilyn Kwiatkowski talks with Stevie McGary, Artistic Director for Robinson Ballet about the company’s work in bringing arts to the greater Bangor area and beyond through performances, classes, and more

Robinson Ballet dancer in studio
Robinson Ballet photo by Andrew Foster
Small City Big Arts – Robinson Ballet – March 28, 2020

Episode 2: University of Maine Museum of Art

March 21st: Ryan Mains sits down with Kat Johnson, Senior Museum Educator and Marketing Manager at the University of Maine Museum of Art. Learn about the museum’s exhibits, events, and how anyone can enjoy the art at their downtown Bangor location.

Photo of University of Maine Museum of Art entrance.
Small City Big Arts – University of Maine Museum of Art – March 21, 2020

Episode 1: Bangor Symphony Orchestra

March 15th: Nick Langile speaks with Brian Hinrichs, Executive Director for the Bangor Symphony Orchestra on the symphony’s events, direction, and plans for the future.

Nick Langile speaking with Brian Hinrichs of the Bangor Symphony Orchestra in the WHSN studios.
Nick Langile speaking with Brian Hinrichs of the Bangor Symphony Orchestra
Small City Big Arts – Bangor Symphony Orchestra – March 15, 2020