Click on the title to read post. The Arts Center is a wonderful place to begin a creative lifestyle. Just look at this gang, our gala committee getting into their 70s Groove. How much fun
(Click on Title to Read) With 2017 coming to a close I thought it was a time for reflection. Lots of things happened at The Arts Center this year. From the grand opening of the
(Click on the title to read) We are gearing up to begin our new season of Art for Life. Letters of agreement with the North Dakota Council on the Arts (NDCA) have arrived and plans
(click on the title to read story) Listing to North Dakota Public Radio this morning they reminded me of the project The Great Thanksgiving Listen. In 2015, StoryCorps gave people an assignment as generations gathered for
(click on the title to read) When you stop in to see the current exhibit I encourage you to spend some extra moments looking closely at each artwork. The exhibit includes 34 handmade prints by
(Click on title to read) I was reminded recently that promoting and mentoring artists is an important part of our mission. The art presented in the gallery brings visitors to our facility and
(click on title to read post) I recently attended the 2017 North Dakota Art Gallery Association (NDAGA) Annual Meeting in Minot, ND. This year the meeting was held in association with MSU's NotStock event. For
(click title to view post) The Arts Center in Jamestown is looking for artists, seamstresses, weavers and anyone interested in fiber or fabric to participate in a textile challenge.
(click title to read full post) As summer comes to an end it seems there is always the inherent need to organize and put things away, tidy up the clutter and begin preparing for winter.
The Arts Center received lots of notoriety for our recent ArtSpark festival but behind the scenes there are many other important programs and work continuing on a daily basis. A long-awaited video documentary on one