Our Partners are nonprofit arts and culture organizations, individual artists, arts-related businesses and other nonprofits using art to further their missions and contribute to the Metro’s vibrancy and economic well-being. We turn to our Partners to help sustain and nurture a community where creativity thrives and enhances the lives of all our citizens.
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Arts Organization Partners
Angels of the Muse
Angels of the Muse provides quality musical entertainment, focusing upon those populations most vulnerable and isolated within the Fargo-Moorhead area of North Dakota and Minnesota.
Built in 1926 as a cinema and vaudeville theatre, the beautifully restored Fargo Theatre now serves as an art house theatre featuring independent and foreign film. The Theatre is also Fargo’s hottest downtown venue for concerts and other live events.
The Fiber Arts Festival is a relaxed, informal day that everyone in the family can enjoy.
FM Area Music Club supports 13 school and college music scholarships every year. The public is welcome to attend monthly programs by area musicians
The FMBallet is Fargo-Moorhead’s professional ballet performance company. Performing not only in the FM area but around the region and the United States.
Fargo-Moorhead Choral Artists
The mission of the Fargo-Moorhead Choral Artists is to provide an outlet for musicians who are passionate about singing at a high performance level and preserving the treasured art form of choral music for the enjoyment of audiences throughout the region.
Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre
The mission of the Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre is to provide theatrical and educational opportunities to engage and enrich the greater community.
The Fargo-Moorhead Opera Company brings high quality opera experiences for any and all members of our community and region.
The Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra
The Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra enriches our community through the power of live music that educates, entertains, and inspires.
Fargo-Moorhead Visual Artists
Fargo Moorhead Visual Artists’ mission is to promote and support quality visual arts in the Fargo Moorhead area by educating and encouraging visual artists and their communities.
Gallery 4 is a destination gallery for tourists, local art lovers and enthusiasts. Conveniently located just off Broadway in the heart of Downtown Fargo at 115 Roberts Street N.
Golden Oldies/Golden Blend
Upon retirement in 2008, Gene Okerland decided to develop the concept of a “One Man Band” to provide an outlet for his love of playing. This evolved into the concept of a “Golden Oldies” show which Gene toured for the past five years, presenting over 70 shows each year to over 20 retirement centers.
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 fifty men who perform a variety of music from barbershop to vocal jazz to gospel to choral arrangements. Our focus is to perform at the highest musical level and to entertain our audiences.
The Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County
The Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to preserving the history of Clay County and presenting its rich heritage with exhibitions, events, and programming.
The Human Family
The Human Family educates, engages and facilitates discussion in our communities around local and word-wide human rights topics through the work of filmmakers and artists.
Kicks Band of Fargo-Moorhead
The Kicks Band’s mission is to educate, perform, communicate and preserve America’s original art, Jazz.
Lake Agassiz Concert Band
The LACB’s goal is to provide the community with free, outstanding musical performances; to create an artistic outlet for serious wind and percussion performers in the area; and to perform challenging traditional and contemporary wind band music.
The Learning Bank
Learning Bank provides cultural experiences to young people in the FM Area.
Plains Art Museum
Plains Art Museum connects art, artists, and audiences to foster creative, resilient, and welcoming communities.
Prairie Public Broadcasting
Prairie Public Broadcasting provides quality radio, television, and public media services that educate, involve, and inspire the people of the prairie region.
Red River Dance
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.
RRV Chapter of the American Guild of Organists
Fostering a thriving community of musicians who share their knowledge and inspire passion for the organ.
Red River Watercolor Society
The Red River Watercolor Society is a non-profit, international organization of volunteer art lovers who strive to advance the appreciation and education of the community and artists at all levels about watermedia.
The Spirit Room’s mission is to enrich lives through community focused engagement and promotion of Creative, Contemplative, and Healing Arts.
Tin Roof Theatre Company
The Tin Roof Theatre Company is a non-profit theatre collective whose goal is to produce high-quality, challenging theatrical productions focusing primarily on American classics that entertain, enrich, and educate the community.