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Calendar of Exhibits - Devils Lake/Grand Forks Region

Phone numbers and web sites are provided when possible. Area code is (701) unless otherwise stated. Please call phone numbers listed for tickets and/or more information on each event and/or exhibit.

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Cando Exhibits:

For more info email Shelly Lord at sblordtwo@gondtc.com, Cando Arts Council

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Carrington Exhibits:

For more info email Alison Schumann at alison@daktel.com, Putnam House 533 Main Street

No information currently listed...

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Cavalier Exhibits:

No information currently listed...

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Devils Lake Exhibits:

For exhibit information visit www.lrhcmuseum.com

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Grand Forks Exhibits:

For North Dakota Museum of Art exhibit information visit http://www.ndmoa.com

Thru Oct 5 - Fractured: North Dakota's Oil Boom. Journey to the prairies of western North Dakota with nationally acclaimed photographer Terry Evans and award-winning journalist and filmmaker Elizabeth Farnsworth to explore the impact of the current oil boom on the Williston Basin region. Most of the oil is obtained by fracking-injecting fluids into the ground to fracture shale oil-and this controversial practice brings welcome prosperity to some, but tragedy to others.  Through vivid photography and personal testimony, learn how this drilling process is irrevocably altering prairie habitats and could bring catastrophic global warming even closer; and also hear from the families and communities that benefit from this economic boon, which may help make the United States energy independent.  Follow these modern day explorers as they document the loss of a storied landscape to industry, and decide for yourself what the ultimate outcome should be. North Dakota Museum of Art

Ongoing
The North Valley Arts Council and the Grand Forks Mayor's Office announce the Mayor's Choice artist program which, every three months, will feature an artist chosen by Mayor Mike Brown to show his or her art in the atrium of City Hall. Grand Forks City Hall, 255 North 4th Street

Exhibit of artwork by more than 50 artists. Works available for purchase. Browning Arts Gallery. Call 746-5090 for information

Exhibit of Artwork by North Dakota artists. Artwork in oil, acrylic, watercolor, photography, pottery, jewelry and wearable art. Dakota Collection Gallery. Call 775-2521 for information

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Langdon Exhibits:

No information currently listed...

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Mayville Exhibits:

No information currently listed...

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New Rockford Exhibits:

For more information visit www.dprca.com, or call 947-2174

No information currently listed...

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Pekin Exhibits:

For more information visit www.pekinnd.com

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