Plains Art Museum – is teaming up with the iconic Fargo Theatre to host hilarious comedy group The 1491s.
An internationally-known Native American sketch comedy group, with members based in Oklahoma, Minnesota and Montana. Recently featured on The Daily Show, their comedy brilliantly blends humor and satire with their witty observations of contemporary life. Don’t miss your chance to see them in Fargo!
ANEW is a gathering of women with activities that allow focus on arts, nature and community through discussion, participation and sharing. ANEW 2017 will include presentations, activities and performances as well as places for "me" time and play time!!!!
Concordia College Theatre’s performances of Wittenberg
of the satirical play, Wittenberg , written by David Davalos and co-sponsored by Trinity Lutheran Church. Taking
place in Northern Germany in 1517, Wittenberg is a comedic imagining of the events leading up to the Reformation.
This production celebrates the 500th anniversary of the Reformation as well as kicks off the 2017-2018 theatre
season during Concordia’s Homecoming Weekend.
A special benefit concert to support hurricane relief efforts. All event expenses will be donated, so 100 percent of audience donations received during the concert will go directly to the Red Cross to help those affected by 2017 hurricanes in the United States, such as Harvey and Irma.
The Spirit Room will host an exhibit of Iconography drawings and paintings in Gallery II. The exhibition, titled, “Icons: A Tale of Faith, Art, and History”, by classically trained Bulgarian artist, Milena Marinov.
Recommended for ages 14 and up due to mature content
Li’l Bit, age seventeen, is learning how to drive from a man that finds her attractive—her Uncle Peck. Join Theatre NDSU as we explore this magical, dark, funny, and powerful Pulitzer Prize-winning play about love, abuse, and growing up through both.
Location: NDSU Walsh Studio Theatre
Date: November 30th, December 1st, 2nd, and 6th - 9th
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North Dakota Council on the Arts
It is our mission to promote, preserve and perpetuate the arts in North Dakota.
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