Art

Creatively Uncorked celebrates six years in business

The studio hosts painting parties for people of all artistic levels

WEST FARGO, N.D. — A local business celebrating its 6th year being open is hoping to bring more art awareness to the metro. Creatively Uncorked in West Fargo encourages community members to tap into their artistic side by creating take-home canvases, even if they have no painting experience. In celebration of being open for six years, the studio hosted several…

Grantley Johnson Fulfills Dream of Designing A Jersey

He was able to design a jersey for the Fargo Force hockey team.

FARGO, N.D.- Grantley Johnson is a 7 year old boy who is battling his second round of leukemia. He loves drawing and art. Grantley got the chance to design a jersey for the team that they will wear on February 22 when they play the Sioux City Musketeers during Sanford Children’s Night. Grantley was able to see his designs come…

LIVE: Coming Together As A Community Through Art At ChalkFest

Grab Your Chalk And Head To The Red River Zoo Saturday, October 5th

  Have you ever wanted to impress a wolf or a camel with your beautiful artwork? You can help turn the Red River Zoo into a mosaic of colorful art this weekend. The annual ChalkFest celebration is this Saturday, October 5th. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., admission is free. The zoo will provide chalk for you to decorate pretty…

West Fargo School Showcases Mural Made of Bottle Caps

An art teacher came up with the idea

WEST FARGO, N.D. — South Elementary has a new piece of art, and it’s an environmentally-friendly one. An art teacher at the school came up with the idea to create a mural last school year. Students were asked to bring in recycled bottle caps. Staff members volunteered their time over the summer to paint the backdrop and glue the caps…

West Fargo Holds First Street Fair to Kick Off Schedule of Summer Events

Over 70 vendors selling everything from food to clothing were there

WEST FARGO, N.D. — The weather put a bit of a damper on the West Fargo Street Fair, but families were still able to enjoy the city’s first fair of its kind. More than 70 vendors were at the Red River Valley Fairgrounds selling everything from food to clothes and offering kids’ activities. The fair was originally planned for the POW/MIA…

Brain Injury Survivors Make Masks to Represent Their Experiences

The event is part of a project to raise awareness for brain injury

FARGO, N.D. — Art can be very therapeutic, and Sanford is giving brain injury survivors an outlet to get their creative juices flowing. Kathleen Ford suffered from a stroke last year, and art has been part of her life throughout her recovery process. “My kids tell me to hang up so I do,” she said. Now she’s bringing her artistic skills…

Gallery 4 Reopens after Making Its Move to Roberts Street

The gallery showcases works of art made by local artists

FARGO, N.D. — A local art gallery is back up and running after renovations to its old location made owners relocate. Gallery 4 is now on Roberts Street near the federal courthouse in downtown Fargo. It used to be on Broadway. The museum shows many different works all done by local artists. Along with showing off their masterpieces, the artists take…

Amped School of Music Holds Bake Sale and Art Fundraiser

Money raised will go towards tuition, instruments, and keeping up with the facility

FARGO, N.D. — There’s a way you can buy some sweet treats while also supporting music students. Amped School of Music has their third annual bake sale. Students, teachers, and community members donated art and baked goods to sell. Money raised will go towards student tuition, instruments, and keeping up with the facility. Amped School of Music was started in 2018…