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Moorhead Artist Hopes To Create Smiles With Chalk Art

"Every piece that I do i'm in love with as I'm doing it so I can't say I have a favorite because I love everything I do," Owner Of Riverzen Art Kim Jore said. 

MOORHEAD, Minn. — At the Moorhead Hornbacher’s cars are speeding by, train horns are blowing and people are walking quickly in and out of the store. But off on the side a Moorhead Woman is taking things a little slower one stroke at a time. “Working on a chalk art piece my goal is to do 10 in Moorhead and…

Morph II Art Exhibit Displays Sculptures Made out of Mannequins

Body parts are painted, then combined into sculptures

FARGO, N.D. — The West Acres Mall is displaying a new art exhibit involving something usually seen in clothing stores. The Morph II Art exhibit features paintings done on the body parts of mannequins. Each painting is then transformed into an abstract sculpture. Students of the Plains School of Abstract Painting made the sculptures, and the parts came from one…

Creatively Uncorked Holds Open Studio

They have open studios in conjunction with the Red River Market

FARGO, N.D. — Creatively Uncorked holds open studio in conjunction with the Red River Market. People can pop in and paint whatever they want. They also have classes, some of which have a theme, or an instructor can teach everyone how to create one specific painting. If you want to show your furry friends some love, there are even opportunities to…

Fargo Public Library Lets Babies Get Artsy

There were activities like mess-free painting and edible dough

FARGO, N.D. — Even babies are getting the chance to get creative at the Fargo Public Library’s “Artsy Babies” event. Different stations were set up so parents could interact with their baby through activities like mess–free painting, collages, and edible dough. Librarians wanted to create an event specifically for babies, since most events are more toddler–focused. Organizers say this can be…

The Hearts of Volunteers: Fargo Celebrates Community Day of Service

Volunteers spent the day doing a full day of service

FARGO, N.D. — Local organizations received some extra helping hands during a fun filled day of service. “Look at all these people caring,” said Norene Baeth, who is the coordinator with the Fargo chapter of Project LINUS. “They’re all helping us today.” Shirt sleeves were rolled up, paint brushes were out and floors were being scrubbed throughout this day of…