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Using high-resolution projections, live multi-layer playback technology, and stage lighting, Murnane will project massive images on the wall in the Hansen Arts Park. These images were collected through the ice and reveal his reflections and feelings from years of ice fishing with his father, as he wondered what was going on through the hole as well as in his own life.Find out more
Be a performing artist for a day! Saturday, August 26 from 10:00 – 11:30 am Cash prizes will be awarded.
Contact Sally Jeppson ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) for more details and to register. Free to participate. Contest will begin August 26th at 10:00 am in the Hansen Arts Park during the Downtown ArtSpark festival.
The November exhibit features the work of printmaker David Driesbach. This work is as complex as Martinson’s was simple. Driesbach’s sophisticated intaglio prints borrow common symbols from Medieval and Renaissance art that he has developed into a personal iconography. His prints are filled with chandeliers, candles, and moons; columns, arches, open windows, and other architectural spaces; as well as motifs of ties, money, eating and drinking, and bouquets of flowers.Find out more
Richard Martinson's work is reminiscent of folk art, simple and understated. He depicts the western and rural way of life, including the characters that go along with it. This exhibition is sponsored by the North Dakota Council on the Arts, which receives funding from the State Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts.Find out more
In December, we host the work of another local artist, Brad Bohl. People are probably familiar with his family’s business, Bohl Iron Works, but unaware of Brad’s formal art training and hidden painting talent. His big, bold paintings of animals and other subjects are expressively rendered and will give the viewer yet another opportunity for comparison.Find out more
The exhibit "Shape Shifters - Fibers, Threads and Fabric explores the wide variety found in textile arts. The exhibit features a group of fiber and textile arts including artwork like quilts, baskets, weavings and more. And features the works of 15 different regional artists.Find out more
In "Circles" by Bradford Hansen-Smith's, a simple circle is transformed over and over again into countless iterations of geometric shapes. Bradford began folding circles after taking a geometry class. After years of further study, he noted, "Everyone was drawing circles, I decided it was my job to fold circles.”Find out more
Art can be a powerful communicator. Lino’s Azevedo's "Lobotomy" will likely generate a visceral reaction for many who view his exhibition. The exhibition’s title, Lobotomy says it all. Rendered in high detail these ghoulish “portraits” tell the stories of social injustices and political apathy.Find out more