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Police as Nazis, Klan? Taxpayer-Funded DAPL Protest Painting Ignites Debate

ST. PAUL, Minn. (FOX 9) – A taxpayer-funded painting that portrays police as Nazis backed up by Ku Klux Klan members has ignited a debate about censorship in Minnesota. The painting, by Anishinaabe artist Jim Denomie, depicts the 2016 protests over the Dakota Access oil pipeline in North Dakota. Protesters were concerned about the impact on the Missouri River and the…

Creative Plains Foundation Reaps Benefits from Giving Hearts Day

Upstart organization to use funds to help students in Fargo attend after school art program

FARGO, N.D. — One upstart organization hopes Giving Hearts Day helps them fuel the future of art in the Metro. The Creative Plains Foundation looks to use its donations to fund its new After School Arts program. The organization plans to fund ten scholarships for children to attend their program for ten weeks. With an optimistic outlook on encouraging interest…

Investigation Continues at Hector International Airport After Fatal Crash

Authorities say the crash happened at around 12:40 a.m. on Hector International Airport's primary runway

FARGO, ND — Police continue to investigate a fatal crash at Hector International Airport. Two vehicles going the same direction on the airport’s primary runway collided, leaving one man dead. Authorities say the crash happened at around 12:40 a.m. on Hector International Airport’s primary runway. They say Airport Assistant Director Darren Anderson was driving an airport authority vehicle. Darry Arveson…

South Dakota Artist Terry Redlin’s Unfinished Work on Display in Watertown

IT'S THE FIRST TIME ANY OF REDLIN'S UNFINISHED WORK HAS EVER BEEN SHOWCASED. SCOTT GROSS FROM OUR SIOUX FALLS SISTER STATION, KDLT, REPORTS

WATERTOWN, S.D. — The Redlin Art Center in Watertown unveiled one of three paintings artist Terry Redlin was working on before he died. It’s the first time any of Redlin’s unfinished work has ever been showcased. It was unveiled on Monday, the anniversary of his death.   “This is an opportunity we didn’t know we would have,” said Julie Ranum,…

Veterans Show Off Artwork at Fargo’s Veterans Creative Arts Festival

Veterans presented various works they've made through art therepy to help treat their post-traumatic stress

FARGO, N.D. — Post-traumatic stress disorder is all too common among veterans, but one way to ease some of the pain is through art therapy. Some local veterans who use this method showed off their best work at the Fargo VA Medical Center. More than 40 artists submitted about 70 pieces of artwork for this exhibition. The pieces fall under…

Ask Danny: Painting Galvanized Metal

It's feeling like spring out there. Should you spring for sprucing up your home's exterior metal elements?

With the recent weather warmup, you’re probably thinking about making your house beautiful in time for spring and summer entertaining. But when it comes to painting your home’s exterior, do you know what to do with the galvanized metal elements and whether it’s safe to paint them or not? Danny Lipford tackles the beautification process in this week’s Ask Danny….