Art

U.S.’ Longest-Running Artist Gallery Co-op Celebrates 44 Years in Business

Gallery 4 will move from 114 Broadway North to 115 Roberts Street in Fargo

FARGO, N.D. — One of America’s longest running artist gallery co-ops is right here in Fargo. Scott Seiler fell in love with photography as a kid. But as he grew up, that passion evolved. “It went into video and then it went into photography and then I started to have more of a love for the landscapes of North Dakota so…

Holiday Art Market Showcases Work Across Numerous Mediums

Over a dozen local artists are featured

FARGO, N.D. — If you want to get Christmas shopping done while supporting local talent, the holiday art market is the place for you. The Arts Partnership is hosting their second annual market. Over a dozen artists are showing off their work. Some are in–studio and others are guest artists. There’s art of all mediums you can eat, wear or use…

Plains Art Museum Hosts Native American Arts and Crafts Festival

There was art of all mediums ranging from jewelry to painting to pottery

FARGO, N.D. — The Plains Art Museum is celebrating Native American Heritage Month with a festival dedicated to Native arts and crafts. Artists from the Dakotas, Minnesota, and Wisconsin were there to show and sell their work. There was art of all mediums ranging from jewelry to painting to pottery. Artists applied to the festival by showing their original work, and…

Fargo Park District Hosts November’s “Awesome Art Afternoon”

Kids can create are to take home without the mess

FARGO, N.D. — If your kids love art but you hate having to clean up after them, there’s a way they can still get their creative juices flowing. The Fargo Park District has “Awesome Art Afternoons,” where kids of all ages can create art to take home. All supplies are provided, from markers to feathers to googly eyes. The event is…

Welcome to Agincourt: How Local Artist Brings Make-Believe Iowa Town to Life

What started off as an idea during a commercial break has now turned into a living, breathing story

MOORHEAD, Minn. — You won’t find this small Iowa town on a map, but you will find it at the Rourke Art Gallery Museum in Moorhead. KVRR’s Jessie Cohen tells us how one NDSU professor turned artist and architect has brought his story to life. What started off as an idea during a commercial break has now turned into a…

New Art Exhibit Honors the Lives of Murdered, Missing Indigenous Women

The "Bring Her Home" exhibit will be at the Fargo Public Library until November 26

FARGO, N.D. — Artists honor the lives of missing or murdered indigenous women through an art exhibit at Fargo Public Library. The “Bring Her Home: Stolen Daughters of Turtle Island” exhibit brings together pieces from across the country to give people a visual glimpse of the lives of these women. The display was first shown in Minneapolis and has traveled around…

New Art Exhibit Installed at Hector International Airport

The pieces are part of The Arts Partnership "ArtWORKS" program

FARGO, N.D. — When you’re waiting at the baggage claim at the airport, you might notice some new art on the walls. Hector International Airport and the Arts Partnership are teaming up for a year–long initiative that puts art in public places. Six pieces from local artists are on display including paintings, a photograph, and a digital pigment print. The theme…

Artists from Across the Country Look to Inspire at Island Park Art Show

There are 125 artists that were selected by a jury that took part this year

FARGO, N.D. — At every turn, people find different treasures inside Island Park that can make for a lifetime of memories and fascination. “It’s the new and beautiful imaginative crafts that people come up with. We love the new designs, and we always seem to find, even though our house is full of crafts, we always find an area for a…

People Get Their Creative Juices Flowing at Annual ChalkFest

The event is designed for people of all ages

FARGO, N.D. — The ChalkFest at the Red River Zoo gives people a chance to enjoy the day and let their creative juices flow. “It’s just a great place to connect to the community. Everyone walking by with their kids and just the enjoyment of all the colors, how could you say no,” Molly Rudenick, an attendee, said. People of…

Fargo Library Displays World War I Posters

The posters were meant to influence the public the war

FARGO, N.D. — The next time you’re at the Main Library in downtown Fargo, take a moment to check out a part of our history. The library has a display of World War I posters on loan from the North Dakota State Historical Society. The exhibit is part of the “One Book, One Community” reading project. This year marks the 100th…