Now in its 19th season, Fargo Moorhead Visual Artists’ annual Studio Crawl is a must-see, must-do event each year for art lovers across the Metro.
Cats. They inspire many late-night scroll fests. They bring coworkers together in shared reverence for Roomba-riding cats and that one who looks exactly like Ron
Local visual artist Franklin Ugochukwu works in his artist-in-residence “studio” located inside an open storefront at West Acres on August 16, 2021. Submitted photo: Franklin
FM Opera chorister Martha Moore, back row, second-to-left, performs in “Cinderella” alongside chorus members, left to right, Emily Paulson (seated), Jessica Livdahl, Julie Ly (seated),
Left to right: 2022-23 TAP board members Marsha Weber, Jane Schuh, Cairn Reisch, Anna Johnson, Melissa Burkland, Anne Thurmer, Dan Leeaphon, Scott Seiler, Shyla Thompson,
From left, Fiber Arts Festival board of directors Virginia Dambach, Kim Baird, Anna Lynch and Julie Mangell. Fiber artists are magicians. They can make pretty
“Redskin: Our Scalps, Your Honor,” by Muscogee-Kiowa artist Micah Wesley, uses red wax and synthetic hair to represent the co-opting of Native American stereotypes in