ArtWORKS

Energize Employees and Clients with ArtWORKS in Your Business

ArtWORKS brings rotating art exhibits by local artists to participating businesses. It’s a great way for companies to both support local art and create an engaging physical space for both employees and clients. 

“ArtWORKS makes you feel more at home.”

Tanner Tweten, Element Hotel, Fargo

Benefits of Art in the Workplace

ArtWORKS is not just a simple, affordable way to beautify an office space. It’s also a simple way to enhance the employee and client experience. 

Businesses that host ArtWORKS:

  • Support local artists and arts organizations
  • Design spaces employees and clients truly enjoy
ArtWORKS has brought an appreciative, creative atmosphere to our downtown office.
Office Sign Company

How to Participate in ArtWORKS

Host businesses generally receive four rotating exhibits but staff are happy to work out an exhibition schedule that works best for the business.

Participating Artists

Kenneth Andersen

Jacqueline Anderson

Kim Bromley   

Emily Brooks

Donna  Chalimoncyk

Michael Dunn

Tara Fermoyle 

Char-Marie Flood

Lynn Fundingsland

Nicole Gagner 

Gallery 4 Artists

Annie Goldade

Zhimin Guan

Alicia Hauff   

Anna Johnson 

Eric Johnson

Jenny Junker   

Ashley Kunz    

Tim Lamey

Joe Larson

Thaddeus Laugisch      

Anna Lee        

Brandi Malarkey

Ann Arbor Miller

Leigh Edwards Nelson

Karena Ness        

W. Scott Olsen

Cameron Peterson

Carol Rogne

Marcella Rose 

Bob Schlomann

Carol Schlossman

Scott Seiler     

Jon Solinger

Hope Thier

Franklin Ugochukwu

Laura Youngbird

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Tania Blanich is the Arts Partnership’s Director of Operations

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Tania Blanich - Director of Operations - The Arts Partnership

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Contact our Communications team for story ideas, events and other arts-related happenings.

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