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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:

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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:

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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

Thru Jan 31 - The North Dakota Juried Student Art Show will be at the James Memorial Art Center. This year’s show features two Williston students, Bailey Gustafson (graduate of WHS 20140 and Aaleya Vondal (Hagan Elementary). Join the James for a look at the creativity of students from across the state

Feb 1-27 - Kessler–Kjonaas“Land, Sky, Water” Donna Kjonaas and Vicki Kessler began their work as collaborative artists in the mid-1980’s with liturgical installation art.  In the last three years, their combined efforts have produced a significant body of work which has been featured in five collaborative solo exhibits and in group shows across the country.  Their work is in public and private collections. They reclaim historic, vintage and practical fiber through a variety of processes including discharge, painting, monoprinting and dyeing.  Rich embellishment with stitch, beads, buttons or felting completes each piece.  What was once old or useless emergesas an energetic and unexpected creation. Tactile and multilayered, the art invites viewers to visually move toward the inside of each piece. Their abstract compositions open new vistas of connection through the imaginative use of color and common materials. James Memorial Art Center, 774-3601, jmps@nemont.net

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