Bonanzaville is seeking local artists to showcase from November 2021 until November 2022. Over the span of a year, Bonanzaville will select and feature six local artists. Each artist will be provided with exhibit space for eight weeks; rotating with other selected artists. During their showcase period, the artists have the opportunity to hold an artist talk with Bonanzaville visitors to discuss their artwork and answer any questions. The application deadline is September 1, 2021.
For submission instructions, questions about the showcase, or to arrange a visit to view the space, contact Kaitlynn Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Cass County North Dakota Historical Society (CCNDHS) is the cultural institution in charge of telling the county story, as well as preserving and collecting artifacts connected to the county’s history. CCNDHS owns and operates a museum, event center and prairie village that sits on 12 acres of land in West Fargo, North Dakota called Bonanzaville. Bonanzaville includes a large main museum, 36 historic buildings, a carriage house, car museum, air museum, tractor museum, agricultural museum, and law enforcement museum.