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The Arts Partnership Now Taking Artist Submissions for Individual Artist Grants, CSA and ArtWORKS

Hey, individual artists! In addition to the Record Art Call for Artists with Vinyl Taco, The Arts Partnership has a couple of terrific opportunities for individual artists we want to bring to your attention. For those of you who represent organizations, please pass this on to your members, performers, and colleagues to help ...

Partner Emily Brooks Creates Two New Murals at Washington Elementary School

Local artist Emily Brooks has always loved painting (or chalking) large-scale murals. That's why when Brenda Cain, the librarian at Washington Elementary School, approached her to make two new murals that would brighten up the library, Brooks immediately jumped on the opportunity. Now, after working together for over a ...

FMCT skates into new season with ‘Xanadu’

Roller skates. Greek gods. Disco balls. Cheeky jokes. Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre rolls out all of this and more in "Xanadu," which opens Wednesday, July 11, and continues through Sunday, July 15, at The Stage at Island Park in Fargo. Although the play is based on the cult-classic movie from 1980 starring ...

Local American Theatre Organ Society Chapter Hosts Silent Cinema Tribute to Dave Knudtson

MSUM’s School of Media Arts & Design and the Red River Chapter of the American Theatre Organ Society (RRATOS) are teaming up for an evening of silent comedy shorts in honor of the late local musician and film lover Dave Knudtson at 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 9 in Glasrud Auditorium. [sgmb id="1"] Knudtson, who passed ...

Sanford Roger Maris Cancer Center Seeking Art Submissions – Deadline July 24

Sanford Roger Maris Cancer Center is currently seeking art submissions with for its space located at 820 4th Street North in Fargo. Art submissions must be 2-D and will go through a review process based on the question, “How does this artwork make patients and their families feel?” Pieces can range from abstract work, ...

Old Meets New: Restoration Begins on Oldest Farmhouse in the Red River Valley

This year marks 150 years since Randolph Probstfield and his family made history as the first white settlers in Clay County. Upon their arrival, Probstfield — who emigrated from Germany in the 1850s — immediately started searching his new homeland for sturdy logs to build a farmhouse for his wife, ...

Digital Painter Mark Elton Opens Sequel Exhibit of Animal Portraits at the Rourke

Several years ago, local artist Mark Elton was teaching himself how to do digital paintings to make an animal alphabet book for his nephew. He started sharing his progress pieces online, which led to an opportunity to showcase 40 of his colorful animal paintings in an exhibit titled "Menagerie" at Rourke Art Museum in ...