Gretchen Gondek

General Manager

712-274-6406 ext. 1341

gretchen.gondek@witcc.edu

F4T: Wearable Art

2 hours ago

SPM’s Gretchen Gondek talks with local artist Klaire Pearson about her creations of wearable art in the form of an apron.     

F4T: Three Sisters

Jun 17, 2016

SPM’s Gretchen Gondek chats with Ann Muller about a wonderful new eatery in Remsen that is located in a the former German Bank, established in 1877.  The Three Sister’s Bistro recently opened and offers homemade crackers, soups, salads and baked goods, all from family recipes.  

Shot in the Dark Productions

SPM’s GG speaks with local theatre veterans Kristy Tremayne and John Mangan about Orphan Train at Shot in the Dark Productions, running through Monday, June 13th.  

Briar Cliff University

SPM’s Gretchen Gondek visits with Bev Wharton, president of BCU, about her remarkable career.  Wharton will be retiring her position at BCU after serving as the 9th president of the institution.     

Jr League

SPM’s GG speaks with Coral DeWitt and Loyanne Jensen about how Junior League strengthens community partnerships.

SPM’s Gretchen Gondek talks with Jeremy Pigg of the CSADV and Verna Bennett, team leader of the 2016 Shimmy Mob Event that is taking place on May 14.  The shimmy mob wiill be held in conjunction with the Rain Drop Belly Dancers, who are raising funds and awareness for victims of domestic abuse in our community.

Gretchen Gondek talks with Tracy Bennett, director of the Sioux City Community Theatre's upcoming productin of Mary Poppins. Auditions are this weekend at the theatre!

F4T: ARTcetera

May 6, 2016
Pauline Sensenig

 Gretchen speaks with the Sioux City Art Center's Stacie Anderson about ARTcetera '16, an evening of food, fun, and art on Wednesday, May 18th, from 6 to 9 p.m.

Today is Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day. It is a solemn day, one that causes us to meditate upon our most frightening nature, directing us to look at not only the horrors of our past, but the violence, intolerance, and indifference of our present. In this broadcast, we hear from Inge Auerbacher, who, as a child, was transported with her mother and father to Terezin, a Nazi concentration camp.

Theatre for Art

May 4, 2016
Lamb Theatre

    

For their Projects of Hope, Lamb Arts Regional Theatre presents "Metamophoses," May 6. The play brings Ovid's tales to life, and this first night of its run will help to breath a little life into art as all proceeds benefit the Sioux City Art Center. Lamb's Russ Wooley and the Art Center's Erin Webber-Dreeszen joined SPM's Gretchen Gondek. 

 

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