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Calendar of Exhibits - Minot/Williston Region

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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:

Dec 4-31 - Minot State University art student Leah Freeman will present her senior capstone exhibition, “Military Wife,” in the Hartnett Hall Gallery, MSU. Rec: Dec 4, 6:30-8pm at the Hartnett Hall Gallery. The exhibition will feature acrylic paintings portraying the thoughts and feelings Freeman has experienced while being married to a man in the military. Freeman is an art education major at MSU who was inspired to create paintings about her life as a military wife after she learned of the difficulties that come with the distance put between two people during deployments. Her paintings aren’t literal images of her experiences but interpretations, with much of the imagery featuring nature to portray sadness, time, and separation. The exhibit and reception are free and open to the public. Parking on the MSU campus is unrestricted after 5pm. Northwest Art Center, 858-3264

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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 Nov 6 - Subject:“She left for Good One Time But Came Back” By Shelly Bunde and Artworks of Jim Innis-(Gallery II). “She Left For Good One Time, But Came Back” is a series of 53 paintings by North Dakota native Shelly Julian Bunde currently touring through the North Dakota Art Gallery Association.  The collaged works depict one fictional (but familiar) woman for every county in North Dakota and include a two-or three-line biographical sketch, the sort of tidbit one might recall about a character from one’s childhood. The paintings are collaged with pieces of North Dakota road maps, vintage fabric and other tidbits. Shelly Julian Bunde currently resides in Bozeman, Montana.  For more information, visit www.shellybunde.com. Artworks of former Williston Resident, Jim Innis, will be on display in Gallery II at the James Memorial Art center in October 2014. Jim was an accomplished artist, illustrator and calligrapher.  He was an art instructor in Chicago, Minneapolis, and St. Paul, and spent more than 16 years teaching at Long Beach City College, in California before retiring in 1983. James Memorial Art Center, 774-3601, jmps@nemont.net

Thru Nov 29 - Souls of Silver, by Shane Balkowitsch. Shane Balkowitsch founded Nostalgic Glass Wet Plate Studio in 2012 in Bismarck, ND.  Since then he has captured incredible portraits using the wet plate photographic technique. Information about the process will be available during the exhibit. “Digital photography relies on technology. Wet plate photography relies on 160-year-old chemistry, a bit of magic, and some luck. I think it is very important that as technology moves forward, we embrace and continue to celebrate and not forget important processes from the past. Wet plate photography is one of those processes. Every time I show someone the wet plate process, they are absolutely amazed regarding the ability to get a photograph using some chemicals and pieces of hand-cut glass.” The James Memorial Art Center, 774-3601

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