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Annual Symphony Rocks Concert Pays Tribute to Prince and Other Late Legends

When music icons die, communities all over the world gather and pay tribute to the artists that touched their lives through the power of song. This was especially the case when numerous rock legends like Prince, David Bowie and George Michael passed away in 2016. At the 7th Annual Symphony Rocks Concert Aug. ...

Fargo Parks Ties In Global Unity Activity at Fiber Arts Festival

For years, the Fargo Park District's Fiber Arts Festival has been a place for the community to connect and celebrate fiber from sheep shearing to quilting, knitting to cross-stitching. At the festival this Saturday, the community connection gets literal with the addition of the UNITY Project, an interactive ...

Former TAP Intern Libby Reflects on ChalkFest Experience

Our summer 2016 intern Libby reflects on her ChalkFest experience and explains why you should go, too! Last year, I was granted the opportunity to spend the summer of 2016 as an intern for The Arts Partnership. Though my time at TAP was short, it was a time of abundant learning – learning about the Arts and how to ...

Q&A with ChalkFest Featured Artist, Chelsie Liberati

Only ONE WEEK until ChalkFest 2017. This year we're excited to welcome Chelsie Liberati, an artist from the Savannah College of Art and Design, to be our ChalkFest featured artist! Chelsie will be with us throughout the week making chalk drawings at Gate City Bank locations and at ChalkFest (see our ChalkFest page for ...

Sarah Nour: Reflecting on Sabrina Hornung Exhibit at the HoDo

From now until September, The Restaurant at the Hotel Donaldson will feature the artwork of Sabrina Hornung. A reception was held on Monday the 17th, complete with food and refreshments. It was a free event for all ages and Hornung was present to answer any questions about her work. Hornung, a Jamestown native, majored in ...

How The Arts Can Play A Quiet, But Vital Role

Last week, I had the rare opportunity to spend an hour with the type of person I don't normally encounter. Mert Iseri, engineer, entrepreneur and founder and CEO of SwipeSense, in Evanston, Illinois, was in town to speak at TEDx. Impact Foundation invited some nonprofit leaders in the metro to join him for a pre-session ...

Community Leaders Host Fundraiser to Repair Historic Church, Spiritual Home to Sudanese Refugees

Since it was built in the late 1800s, the Episcopal Church of St. John the Divine in Moorhead has been a place of worship for people from all walks of life. In the last two decades, the majority of the church’s worshippers have been Sudanese refugees who resettled in the area through the Lutheran Social Services of North ...