Monthly Archives: February 2009

Grant Flesland of Princess Records

Grant Flesland, Princess Records and Adam Levy, IPR Student Success Coordinator Grant Flesland, from the local indie label Princess Records, was the guest at DIY 360 on Friday, February 13. Grant is the head of the label and discussed his journey from Nashville audio engineer to running a record label. He described the scope of
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Tomorrow’s panel for DIY 360 will consist of an impresive line-up of fixtures in the Twin Cities Music scene!

Tomorrow’s panel for DIY 360 will consist of an impressive line-up of fixtures in the Twin Cities Music scene including: Chris Riemenschneider—music writer/editor for the Star Tribune Molly Maher—blues guitarist singer-songwriter and guitar store repair sales person at Willie’s American Guitars Billy Thommes—session drummer, touring musician with Jonny Lang, Soul Asylum Steven Cohen—award winning music
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A loss in the IPR family.

To the IPR family, Last night we lost an amazing teacher, friend, and member of our family in a tragic accident. Mary Ann O’Dougherty has been a beloved member of our faculty for more than three years, spent close to fifteen years teaching in the public schools of St. Paul, and as a performer she
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Classes Canceled After 5pm Tonight, Thursday February 26th.

Due to severe weather, all IPR classes are canceled after 5pm today, Thursday February 26.  C-labs and studios will remain  open.  If you need to cancel studio time, please contact the lab office.  Classes will resume as scheduled tomorrow, February 27th unless otherwise announced on local news.  Check out www.WCCO.com before coming to class.

Interested in an internship?

Internships Interested in an internship? Internships are a great way to get the “foot in the door” and some internships are paid. And with IPR’s new Internship for Credit Program, certain internships may earn elective credit. Many companies have started interviewing for 2009 Summer Internships so do your research early! The best place to start
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ATTENTION GRADUATING STUDENTS!

ATTENTION GRADUATING STUDENTS! If you are graduating at the end of this quarter and utilized Federal Financial Aid to pay for part / all of your school tuition, you must complete your Federal Loan Exit Counseling session per the instructions sent out to your IPR email address. The Financial Aid office must be able to
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Spark…And Beyond: Twin Cities Electronic Music Resources

Like many electronic music makers, dronemaster Datura 1.0 started in rock, moved on. Like Christmas, the Spark Festival od Electronic Arts and Music comes once a year, features unusual lighting, and includes a ton of free entertainment. But even though it’s a couple millennia (plus change) younger, composer and U of M professor Douglas Geers’s
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The 2009 Film Racing Tour is coming to Minneapolis.

The 2009 Film Racing Tour will be coming to Minneapolis on Friday, April 3rd, 2009. Filmmakers will be challenged to create an original short film in just 24 hours, from 10PM on Friday, April 3 to 10PM on Saturday, April 4, 2009. Registration will open on filmracing.com for the Minneapolis Film Race 2009 on Tuesday,
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