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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 Nov 20 - Karli Klocke: Restart, BFA exhibition. Colonel Eugene E. Myers Art Gallery, Hughes Fines Arts Center, UND

Thru Nov 20 - Paige Moser: No Place Like Home, BFA exhibition. Colonel Eugene E. Myers Art Gallery, Hughes Fines Arts Center, UND

Thru Nov 21 - Peter Stevenson: Harmonies of Chaos & Order. MFA exhibition. Empire Arts Center, Studio E

Nov 22 - Family Day at the Museum, 10am-Noon. North Dakota Museum of Art will be working with you on projects inspired by our current exhibition. Free and open to everyone. Families join together for two hour of art making fun. All materials provided. A variety of art making stations to choose from. No registration necessary

Thru Jan 14 - The Vase Project: Made in China—Landscape in Blue is a conceptual work consisting of 101 porcelain vases painted by Qing Hua (blue-and-white) artists in Jingdezhen, China. The exhibition results from the unusual collaboration of the curator, Barbara Diduk, with the artists. Working with Zhao Yu (a ceramic-sculpture student at the time, now an assistant professor at the Hunan Normal University, in Changsha, China), Professor Diduk explored Jingdezhen, China’s “porcelain capital,” looking for vase painters who would participate in this project. Although all the vases depict the subject matter—landscape—traditionally found on vases, Diduk played a special role in the creation of the works. She asked the first artist to paint the vase with a landscape incorporating the ubiquitous kiln stacks of the city. The second painter was given a blank green-ware vase and asked to use the first piece for inspiration. Painted and fired one at a time, subsequent painters referred to the immediately previous artist’s work. The result is a “chain letter” of 101 vases in differentiated painting styles, capturing the interpretive liberties taken by individual vase painters in response to the landscape subject. The installation examines contemporary industrial-landscape imagery in the context of the traditional, idealized landscape. The pieces taken together constitute a statement about the relationship between traditional and contemporary artifacts, with each piece deserving recognition in its own right. Displayed serially, in the order completed, the full aesthetic value of “Made in China—Landscape in Blue” emerges with the experience of the works viewed as an ensemble. Part visual narrative, part sociological study, and part archival document, it is a tribute to the largely unacknowledged artists and artisans caught working in a time of profound economic transformation. 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:

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Mayville Exhibits:

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New Rockford Exhibits:

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

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Pekin Exhibits:

For more information visit www.pekinnd.com

Nov 9-15 - Neson County Arts Council presents 2014 Honoring our Veterans: a Veterans Art Exhibit. Pekin Auditorium, 1-7pm

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