STAFF BLOG EVERYTHING ELSE Broadway, a blue-night sky and smokey streaks of car lights
Here's look at Broadway in downtown Fargo from a few weeks ago. It's a long exposure, of course.
I had to do a lot of cleanup to the sky on this one because of some wicked lens flare. Happy with the ... Posted on 5/17/13 at 5:06 PM
THEATRE B Audition for "Red"
Theatre B is holding open auditions for "Red" by John Logan.
Auditions will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 28, and Tuesday, May 29, at Theatre B. Auditioners can come one night, or both. No monolog... Posted on 5/16/13 at 9:59 PM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Legacy funding debate splits urban and rural senators
By Don Davis
Rural and urban Minnesota senators battled Wednesday night about how to divide outdoors and arts program funding.
Rural senators won, but just barely.
Sen. Scott Newman, R-Hutchinson, sai... Posted on 5/15/13 at 8:26 PM
THE ARTS CENTER: CULTURE BUILDS COMMUNITY Pondering Public Art
I've recently returned from travels and I'm convinced that there is both a need and a benefit to public art. You ask, what's public art? Here, I'm talking about anything that is put on display in a pu... Posted on 5/15/13 at 2:55 PM
FARGO SCHOOL TALK Spring Arts Fling coming to Bluestem
This Sunday, May 19, the Marcil Commons at the Bluestem Center for the Arts in Moorhead, home of the District's Trollwood Performing Arts School, will play host to an afternoon of music, creativity an... Posted on 5/14/13 at 2:18 PM
Vincent Kartheiser, who plays the malcontent Pete Campbell on AMC's “Mad Men,” will star this summer in a new Guthrie production of “Pride and Prejudice” as the brooding hero of Jane Austen's most famous novel.
Local work has been noticed nationally
FARGO – Art and science are often thought of as opposites, but a few professors at North Dakota State University might argue they’re more like two sides of the same coin.
WEST FARGO - Carol Morken hopes she’s taught her three children to choose happiness, health and wisdom. It’s her mantra.
“It’s such a choice to say those things. I’m really not healthy, but yet I am,” she says.
FARGO – It’s a common complaint: A developing artist, often just out of school, struggles to find a place to set up shop and work on his or her craft.
One answer, or rather 22 small answers have emerged in the middle of downtown Fargo.
FARGO – Tim Ray died in February, but his art is speaking louder than ever to viewers young and old. Facing a dire prognosis for the cancer he’d been fighting for four years, last summer Ray and ecce art + yoga director Mark Weiler started selecting pieces over the last 40 years for a retrospective.
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