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The Week Ahead: WFHS alumni show, Jessica Matson-Fluto, ‘Face on the Barroom Floor’

Don’t get too lulled in by these unseasonably warm temperatures, ARTSpulsers. After a couple days of feeling like March, it’s definitely going to feel like January again this weekend.

But don’t despair. An upcoming arts event is sure to keep that warm, glowing feeling in your soul.

Through the weekend

FM Opera presents the chamber opera The Face on the Ballroom Floor Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night at the HoDo Lounge (that’s them rehearsing in the photo above). It’s pretty short and sung in English, making it an excellent opportunity to dip your toes into opera if you never have before. Tickets are going fast for all three shows. 7 p.m., 21+, $25. [FM Opera]

If you’re curious about community development and leadership through local gardening, you’ll want to check Cass Clay Local Food System Initiative’s Growing Communities Workshop. It’ll be held at Plains Art Museum this Friday and Saturday. Details here: [Fargo Growing Communities]

Tonight

The January edition of Fargo’s very own storytelling event, The Tell, goes off at 7 p.m. tonight at Studio 222 downtown. Check out our audio from November’s event here, and get ready to hear, and tell, some fantastic stories. [The Tell]

Thursday

West Fargo High School is opening its 4th Annual Alumni show with event going from 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. Dan Francis, Sarah Dotzenrod, Amber Parsons, Eric Syvertson, and Stephani Steffen (that’s her work above) will have work in the exhibition, along with plenty more. [WFHS Visual Arts Alumni/Facebook]

Friday

Jessica Matson-Fluto opens a new show, Figurative Encounters, at The Rourke. 5:30 – 7 p.m. We have an interview with her here and a photoset of her work here if you’re interested. [The Rourke]

Sunday

Learn about aviator Carl Ben Eielson, the first person to fly across the Arctic Ocean, in this week’s installment of History Sundays with Steve Stark, 1 p.m. at the HCSCC (Hjemkomst). [HCSCC]

Image: Stephani Steffen, Canthigaster valentini. Courtesy of the artist.



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