The James Memorial Art Center in Williston will be hosting the North Dakota Art Gallery Association conference this year, beginning on Sunday afternoon, September 20, going through Tuesday morning, September 22. We will finish up by noon on Tuesday so everyone can begin their journey home. Hotel rooms are reserved at the Grand Williston, 3601 2nd Ave W, 58801, phone 701.774.0241. Rates are $109/night, under the North Dakota Art Gallery Association block.
The JMAC Art Fest 2015 will take place Saturday, September 19th, in Recreation Park, the 400 block of 2nd Avenue West in Williston, North Dakota. The days activities will start at 11:00 AM and conclude at 4:00 PM. This is an event to celebrate art, art education, and food in a fun family friendly way! Live art auction at 1:00 PM. Artists, artisans, crafts people and folk artists of handmade items are invited to sell their wares. Please consider demonstrating your art to show visitors how you create your work. Call us to receive information about a booth: (701)774-3601.
The Minot State University ceramics studio will exhibit a collection of pottery by students, community members, and instructor Linda Olson in the Gordon B. Olson Library Gallery July 7 through August 6, 2015.
The exhibit, titled “Plan C,” features work by Rachel Alfaro, Kalyn Dewitt, Austin Larsen, Sherry Locken, Tyler Loeffler, Emilie Marquardt, Roxi Mathis, Natalie Stivers, Ben Wilson, and Olson.
The Northwest Art Center’s Hartnett Hall Gallery is one of six local art galleries and museums featured in the Pride Minot Art Hop Friday, July 10 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
On display in the Hartnett gallery are award-winning photos of the badlands of North Dakota, Montana, Saskatchewan and Alberta by Saskatchewan artist Ken Dalgarno. “There can be few places in the world where the visual impact of the landscape is as hauntingly captivating as the Badlands of the Northern Great Plains,” said Dalgarno.
Award-winning photos of the badlands of the northern Great Plains will be featured in “Badlands: a geography of metaphors” by Saskatchewan artist Ken Dalgarno at the Northwest Art Center’s Hartnett Hall Gallery at Minot State University July 1 through August 6, 2015.
The photographs of badlands in North Dakota, Montana, Saskatchewan and Alberta have been collected in a book authored by Dalgarno. The Saskatchewan Book Council honored the book with their 2015 Best First Book award.
NORTHWEST ART CENTER EXHIBIT EXPLORES TEXT AND LOGOS
Minot State University art students Danielle Bolinske and Tara Thiel will present their joint senior capstone exhibition, “eems-Say inda-Kay amiliar-Fay,” June 1 through 26, 2015 in the Gordon B. Olson Library Gallery, MSU. Opening reception will be Thursday, June 4 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the library gallery. The exhibition will feature the artists’ reinterpretation of text and logos, representative of both familiar sights and past memories.
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North Dakota Council on the Arts
It is our mission to promote, preserve and perpetuate the arts in North Dakota.
1600 East Century Avenue, Suite 6
Bismarck, ND 58503-0649
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