STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS: NEWS FROM THE GREAT OUTDOORS WITH HERALD OUTDOOR WRITER BRAD DOKKEN Outdoor steel sculpture to be dedicated in Roseau
If the road takes you through Roseau, Minn., anytime soon or not so soon, for that matter a stop along the Roseau River on the grounds of the Roseau City Center would be worth your time.
Area art... Posted on 12/2/11 at 2:31 PM
NDSU NEWS The "Dilbert" of academia to speak at NDSU
Free and open to the public!
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
5 p.m. Free Pizza Social, Butte Lounge (outside Century Theater at Memorial Union, NDSU)
5:30-6:30 p.m. Jorge Cham Presentation, Memorial Unio... Posted on 4/19/11 at 12:27 PM
SAN FRANCISCO – Sarah Christianson isn’t against western North Dakota’s booming oil development, but the photographer who grew up on a family farm near Hillsboro, N.D., has made it a mission to let everyone know just what the oil boom is doing to her homestate – and her belief that more oversight is needed to prevent permanent damage.
Once people have the passion for art, they really dig into it says Grand Forks artist Kimberly Forness Wilson. She has seen that passion manifest itself in people from all walks of life, including participants in the art classes she leads at Mountainbrooke Recovery Center, a daily drop-in center for adults with mental illnesses.
From its current exhibits of dazzling beadwork and visual art from North Dakota’s Oil Patch to the three-year “Songs of Spirit Lake” project that will open its first exhibit May 24 in New York, this is a busy, ambitious time at the North Dakota Museum of Art in Grand Forks.
One Jamestown woman and her husband produce solid pieces of art despite the delicate material used.
Jaci and Harley Trefz operate Riverbend Studios out of their home, but Jaci’s love for glass got the two started.
By Ben Rodgers, The Jamestown Sun
February 07, 2013
FARGO – Using a red hat and a camera, Heather Zinger is encouraging empathy and union. The Fargo artist started her “Red Hat Project” in October and plans to have a photograph taken of her and at least one other person swapping hats and maybe even coats every day for a year.
When Larry Hagman came to Grand Forks in 2007, he regaled a local crowd with stories about his mother, Broadway musical star Mary Martin; the time Nancy Reagan caught him trying to steal a butter dish from the White House; and a ring made out of some of his gallstones that an artist friend was leaving to the North Dakota Museum of Art in town.
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