Traveling art exhibit plans stops at North Dakota colleges

Upcoming shows will take place at Cankdeska Cikana Community College, Valley City State University and North Dakota State University.

A traveling art show celebrating North Dakota's heritage is seen on the campus of Bismarck State College. The show will stop at other colleges throughout the state.
Contributed / Valley City State University

FARGO — A traveling art show has announced several stops at college campuses throughout North Dakota.

The 2023 traveling art exhibit for the North Dakota University System is being coordinated by Angela Mircsov, an assistant professor of art at Valley City State University. The exhibit focuses on North Dakota's cultural heritage, a news release from the university explained.

The show includes pieces from five different schools in the system. Participating institutions are VCSU, Bismarck State College, Cankdeska Cikana Community College, North Dakota State University and Minot State University.

Previously, the show was on display at Bismarck State University and the North Dakota Capitol. Upcoming show dates are:

  • April 24 to May 5 at Cankdeska Cikana Community College
  • May 10 to June 20 at Valley City State University
  • Fall dates are to be determined at North Dakota State University

Minot State University's art department is under renovation, meaning the university will not host the show.
“Every student and faculty submitted art that reflected what North Dakota means to them,” Mircsov stated via news release. “It is a wonderful show that highlights many different aspects of our state.”


For more information, Mircsov can be reached at or 701-845-7564 .

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