FARGO, ND -- A violent rally which swarmed the streets of Charlottesville involved people from all over the country, including Fargo. Pete Tefft drew lots of attention…
Artists Converge In Fargo For Studio Crawl
Fargo Moorhead Visual Artists are kicking off October with their 13th Annual Studio Crawl.
A mix of emerging and established visual artists are displaying their works of art throughout the community.
Artists are not only showing off their designs, but are also educating people on how they do it.
The crawl took people throughout the F–M area, including Plains Art Museum, Rourke Art Museum and the Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County.
“People can visit all these great artists’ studios and not only see their work but they do demonstrations. Right here were at a glass blowers studio. There are also potters and painters and sculptors and it’s a great weekend of art,” says General Operations Assistant Marie Offutt.
If you bring your Studio Crawl pamphlet, you can get free admission on Sunday’s crawl.