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“Grids, Blobs, Smears and Stripes: A Timothy Ray Retrospective,” an exhibit of works by the late artist Timothy Ray of Moorhead, will open from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday at the North Dakota Museum of Art in Grand Forks.
The 22nd annual North Dakota Museum of Art Benefit Dinner and Silent Auction may be a one-night-a-year event, but acquiring the art for it takes a lot longer, said Matthew Wallace, whose job it is to find art for the auction.
Alana Bergstrom is an artist, one who says that painting helped release crippling anxiety she suffered during a deployment to Afghanistan. One of her paintings will be among the 52 art pieces offered for sale Oct. 20 at Autumn Art Auction at the North Dakota Museum of Art in Grand Forks.
The North Dakota Museum of Art in Grand Forks has placed two large circular paintings, landscapes of farmland as seen from the air, in the Byron L. Dorgan Terminal at Grand Forks International Airport.
North Dakota Museum of Art will spend the summer showing off works from its own collection, from Barton Benes’ collection of 1997 flood relics, to 14 rows of 350 small memorial pictures from “The Disappeared,” a 2005 exhibit that later toured the U.S. and South America and earned praise from the New York Times.
As he promised, the late New York City artist Barton Benes has left the contents of his Greenwich Village apartment and his extensive and valuable art collection to the North Dakota Museum of Art in Grand Forks.
Singer/songwriter William Elliott Whitmore will make an encore performance Tuesday night during third concert of the North Dakota Museum of Art concert series held in the museum sculpture garden on the UND campus.
The North Dakota Museum of Art’s sixth annual Concerts in the Garden series will open at 6 p.m. Tuesday with a performance by Minneapolis artist Dessa and opening act The Sob Sisters in the museum sculpture garden on the UND campus.
After a week as artist in residence with students at Cando (N.D.) North Star High School, tonight Icelandic artist Helgi Hjaltalin Eyjolfsson will be on hand at the school and the Audi Theater to show the public what he and the young artists have accomplished.
The North Dakota Museum of Art in Grand Forks will host a reading and performance from “Night Shadow,” a 2009 play by Amoussa Koriko of Grand Forks, at 5 p.m. Thursday in conjunction with the museum’s current Elias Sime art exhibit.
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