Besides the second season of the popular Downtown Arts Market there is lots going on for children at The Arts Center. There have already been some minor adjustments since the newsletter was published so we're
Ryan Stander's exhibition Touching Photographs offers the visitor just what the title implies. Building on people's curiosity and fascination with shoeboxes of old photos found at every garage sale and antique store, the artist invites
The reality is that we live in North Dakota and understand that winter is just part of life. However it has become clear that we are all fed up with the long periods of sub-zero
Facebook When the art arrived for the current exhibition the artist's wife said, "How do you think your community will respond to Lino's work?" I replied, honestly that I felt many people would feel uncomfortable.
The art of Bradford Hansen-Smith has transformed The Arts Center's gallery into a wonderful, peaceful and contemplative space. When I made arrangements with the North Dakota Museum of Art to host this exhibition I wasn't
Join us next Wednesday, December 5 at noon to meet artist Robert Matz. Art has power; it is a beautiful and creative way to communicate everything from personal passions to social commentary. With his broad
The 54th Annual Jamestown Fine Arts Association Art Show broke all recent records this year. Sixty-seven artists participated with 141 pieces on display. The largest category was painting followed closely by photography. This year also
Enjoy OKTOBERFEST! Saturday, September 15 from 5:30 – 9:00 pm in The Hansen Arts Park. Oktoberfest is a Munich tradition since 1810, when it celebrated the betrothal of the Bavarian King Ludwig I to Princess Therese.
During his short time as executive director, Larry Kopp left his mark on Jamestown. Understanding the importance of community connections, Larry set to work immediately engaging community leaders and service organizations. The Arts Center's long
We've had a lot of fun this summer creating and enjoying art together at the Downtown Arts Market. It’s hard to believe there are only two more Thursdays and then we transition into children going