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Calendar of Exhibits - Minot/Williston 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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Crosby Exhibits:

No information currently listed...

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Dunseith Exhibits:

Ongoing - Turtle Mountain Tribal Arts Association, North Main Street Highway 281 North. For more information call 244-2540; E-Mail: tmtaa09@hotmail.com; or visit: www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=114030395277904; or www.tmtribalarts.com

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Garrison Exhibits:

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Harvey Exhibits:

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Minot Exhibits:

Thru Jul 30 - “Oil and Water,” is the collective effort of 37 regional artists, addressing the use or misuse of natural resources. Printmaking students and faculty from Concordia College, Minnesota State University Moorhead, Minot State University, North Dakota State University, University of Manitoba, the University of North Dakota and Valley City State University tackled issues ranging from flooding and diversion in the Red River Valley to development on the Bakken Oil Formation. Project coordinators were Heidi Goldberg (Concordia College), John Volk (MSUM) and Kent Kapplinger (NDSU). This exhibition is on display in the Hartnett Hall Gallery, MSU. www.minotstateu.edu/nac

Thru Aug 15 - Minot State University senior art students Amanda Fimreite and Elizabeth Stockman join forces to explore the lies and fallacies of the human persona in “Fragile Walls: Fallacy by Design,” an exhibit of paintings and ceramics at the Gordon B. Olson Library Gallery. Rec: Jul 18, 6-8pm at the library. Fimreite has created a series of ceramic masks that reflect her interest in and experience with theater. Her art, said Fimreite, “attempts to delve into the psychological aspect of the roles that individuals play in the world. What types of walls do we put up and what purpose do they serve? What masks do we put on in order to create an image by design?” Stockman’s acrylic paintings use graphic novel and fairy tale conceptions to address lies and fallacies that are difficult to perceive. “I started out focusing on an object...the mask,” said Stockman. “The mask puts up a physical barrier between those who are creating the delusion and the ones who see it, or fall to its lie. My work then moves on to the lies and fallacies that are not so easily seen: the false personalities people use everyday or struggles with personal identity.” The exhibit and reception are free and open to the public. Parking in MSU lots is unrestricted after 5pm, www.minotstateu.edu/nac

Aug 18-Sep 26 - The Northwest Art Center announces the Americas 2014: All Media art exhibit to be on display. For more information and an entry form, visit www.minotstateu.edu/nac/2xxx.shtml

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New Town Exhibits:

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Rugby Exhibits:

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Stanley Exhibits:

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Watford City Exhibits:

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Williston Exhibits:

James Memorial Art Center, 774-3601; or jmps@nemont.net

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