FMVA Opens Art Educators’ Exhibit Thursday at APT

Fargo-Moorhead Visual Artists (FMVA) is teaming up with APT to display its Art Educators’ exhibition this year!

The Art Educators’ exhibit — curated by Plains Art Museum Director Andy Maus — ¬†features work from nearly 40 local art educators “that feel the need to create and communicate why art is essential in our communities,” the FMVA says.

All are welcome to attend the free opening reception from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 21 at APT (225 4th Avenue North in downtown Fargo).

Since there is currently construction around APT, come to the driveway along 2nd Street North and enter in the East door. Follow the signs to the main area.

Parking is available in the pink areas:

The FMVA is a volunteer organization of nearly 200 visual artists and art supporters. The group promotes and encourages artists and the visual arts in the Fargo-Moorhead area through group art exhibitions, social events, guest artist talks and artist critiques.

TAP Partners and FMVA members Amanda Heidt (left) and Dan Francis (right) install the Art Educators’ exhibit at APT on September 19.

The Art Educators’ exhibit is on display at APT until Oct. 22 and will be open to the public during events. To make an appointment to view the exhibit during off hours, contact APT Program Manager Jeff Knight at 701-809-4103.

Artwork waiting to be installed at APT. Plains Art Museum director Andy Maus curated all works in the exhibit.

Other upcoming FMVA events:
September 28: FMVA Visual Talk with James Wolberg at Plains Art Museum

October 7 and 8: FMVA Studio Crawl

For more information on the FMVA, visit fmva.org.

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