WATCH: TEDxFargo throwback series features Plains Art Museum Director

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TEDxFargo hosts a conversation with Andy Maus and local leaders about how art and uncertainty are related at 4 p.m. Thursday, May 28.

North Dakota native Andy Maus is Director and CEO of Plains Art Museum, an organization that first sparked his love for art museums and the roles they play in building stronger, more innovative and healthier communities. Plains Art Museum, located in downtown Fargo, is the largest art museum in North Dakota with several strong focus areas including education, modern and contemporary art, regional artwork, public art and cultural programming.

Maus spoke at TEDxFargo in 2017, and her talk is titled "Art Museums: An Unlikely Community Problem Solver". Watch his talk below.


Watch the webinar with Watt below.

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