These Partners are organizations that have the arts as their primary mission; they may be non-profit or for-profit entities.
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- Visual Arts
Act Up Theatre
Act Up Theatre provides musical performing opportunities to high school and college students with a focus on productions that “save and change lives by positively instigating social change.”
Angels of the Muse
Angels of the Muse provides quality musical entertainment, focusing upon those populations most vulnerable and isolated within Metro.
Celebration of Women and Their Music
Celebration of Women and Their Music's creates opportunities for emerging and established female artists by opening avenues for networking, mentoring, support and promotion of their talents.
The beautifully restored Fargo Theatre serves as an art house theatre featuring independent and foreign film. It is also Fargo’s hottest downtown venue for concerts and other live events.
Fiber Arts Festival
The Fiber Arts Festival provides a fun opportunity to educate about the fiber arts and offers a marketplace for all things fiber related.
Fine Arts Club
The Fine Arts Club is a vibrant association that serves the Metro.
FM Area Music Club
FM Area Music Club supports 13 school and college music scholarships every year and provides monthly programs by area musicians.
FM Area Youth Symphonies
FMAYS provides a rigorous orchestral experience which challenges dedicated youth to reach their full potential musically and personally.
The FMBallet is a professional ballet performance company that performs locally, regionally and nationally.
FM Choral Artists
The FM Choral Artists provides an outlet for musicians who are passionate about singing and preserving the art form of choral music for audiences throughout the region.
FM Community Theatre
The FMCT provides theatrical and educational opportunities to engage and enrich the greater community.
FM Gay Men's Choir
A group of Gay/Bi/Supportive Men/male identified in the Fargo/Moorhead area who love to sing and want to share our talents with our community.
FM New Horizons Golden Notes
The Band provides an entry-level musical experience for older adults, including beginners and those who haven't participated in a band for many years.
The FM Opera brings high-quality opera experiences to our community and the region.
The FM Symphony enriches our community through the power of live music that educates, entertains and inspires.
FM Visual Artists
The FMVA promotes and supports quality visual arts in the Metro by educating and encouraging visual artists and their communities.
FM Youth Choir
The Fargo Moorhead Youth choir strives to engage children in meaningful experiences of high quality music education and performance opportunities, and maintain a strong, collaborative presence within the education and music communities.
Gallery 4, Ltd.
Gallery 4, is a cooperative gallery owned and operated by the member artists. Founded in 1975, it is the longest consecutive-running artist cooperative gallery in the country.
Gooseberry Park Players
Gooseberry Park Players provides young people with a unique educational and multi-generational summer theatre experience.
Great Plains Harmony
GPH is a chorus of 50 men who perform music ranging from barbershop to jazz to gospel to choral arrangements.
Kicks Band of Fargo-Moorhead
The Kicks Band is a big band that preserves America's original art form, jazz, through performance and education.
Lake Agassiz Concert Band
The LACB provides an artistic outlet for serious wind and percussion performers in the area. Its concerts are free to the public.
Learning Bank provides cultural experiences to young people in the FM Area.
Founded by Lowell Larson, the Master Chorale of Fargo Moorhead is committed to bringing the very finest in choral music performance to Fargo-Moorhead audiences. In addition to their intimate Christmas dinner concerts, the chorale performs an annual spring concert. The chorale has also performed with the FM Symphony and at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center.
MSUM College of Arts and Humanities
The College of Arts and Humanities creates the next generation of storytellers because the world needs your voice.
ND Film Society
NDFS promotes film education, preservation, criticism and exhibition.
NDSU Memorial Union Gallery
The student-focused Memorial Union Gallery inspires and enables critical, interdisciplinary explorations of art, ideas, and experience.
Our dual mission is to publish, promote, and distribute literary and scholarly works that broaden understanding of our region, while teaching and offering experiential learning to the next generation of publishers.
Plains Art Museum
Plains Art Museum connects art, artists and audiences to foster creative, resilient, and welcoming communities.
Quilters' Guild of North Dakota
The Quilter's Guild of North Dakota was formed in 1980 with the mission to promote and preserve the arts of patchwork, applique, quilting and related needlework and to promote the exchange of ideas.
They monetarily support events or organizations that share their purpose.
Red River Dance & Performing Company
Red River Dance provides quality instruction, choreography, and performance opportunities for dancers of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds by valuing integrity, relationships, growth, adaptability, and creativity.
Red River Theatre Organ Society
The RRTOS was chartered in 1965 – ten years after the start of the parent organization, the American Theatre Organ Society. Its membership is comprised of organ enthusiasts, organists, and technicians from the Fargo/Moorhead area. It is one of over 83 chapters in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia.
Red River Watercolor Society
The Red River Watercolor Society strives to advance the appreciation and education about water media to the community and artists at all levels.
Red River Valley Woodcarvers
The Red River Valley Woodcarvers is a group of individuals from Fargo-Moorhead and the surrounding areas who enjoy the art of woodcarving, wood turning and pyrography. Their members include a wide range of experiences and skill levels. RRVW provides education and mentorship in a fun and relaxing atmosphere. Anyone interested is encouraged to join.
Rourke Art Museum
The Rourke collects, presents and preserves the region’s and the world’s artistic heritage. Its programs focus on creativity, understanding and a deep respect for all cultural and artistic traditions.
RRV Chapter of the American Guild of Organists
Fostering a thriving community of musicians who share their knowledge and inspire passion for the organ.
The Spirit Room enriches lives through community focused engagement and promotion of the Creative, Contemplative and Healing Arts.
The Human Family
The Human Family educates, engages and facilitates discussion in our communities around local and world-wide human rights topics through the work of filmmakers and artists.
Theatre B’s mission is to ignite conversations that transform our community through intimate and courageous stories.