THE LIST: Fiber arts ... Frost Fire auditions ... etc.
Fiber art - Exhibit under way at World's Smallest Gallery: Marlene Stiles, owner of Urban Stampede in downtown Grand Forks, gave her establishment's World's Smallest Gallery a few months off recently. Instead of art, she hung a little sign in her...
- Exhibit under way at World's Smallest Gallery: Marlene Stiles, owner of Urban Stampede in downtown Grand Forks, gave her establishment's World's Smallest Gallery a few months off recently. Instead of art, she hung a little sign in her gallery that said "The Gallery is Resting." Now, the little gallery is back in business with an exhibit called "Fiber, Fabric and Related Creations," which will run through April 14. Participating artists: Betsy Bastone-Cunningham, Carol Kelly, Margaret Schneider, Dianne Paulson, Rebecca Sefcovic Uglem, Amy Lyste, Amy Muiderman, all of Grand Forks: Eve Sumsky, Tenstrike, Minn.; Wooly Girls, Janet Jacobson, Langdon, N.D.; and Diane Schill, Hannah N.D.; Elizabeth Stromme, Kloten, N.D.; Pam Robinson, New York Mills, Minn. Coming next: Dyan Rey's students from Northland Community and Technical College; the third annual Urban Staff Exhibit.
- Sunday in Grand Forks: Auditions for Frost Fire Summer Theatre in Walhalla, N.D., will be at 1 p.m. Sunday in St. Michael's Catholic Church, Grand Forks. Info: 701) 259-2384.
- March 29-31 at UND: "The Floating World," the Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibit of Emily Ellingson, will be March 29-31 at Col. Eugene E. Myers Art Gallery, UND Hughes Fine Arts Center, Grand Forks. Artist's reception: 5 to 7 p.m. March 29.
- March 29-31 at UND: "A Broken Family," the Bachelor of Fine Arts exhibit of Amanda Smith, will be March 29-31 at Col. Eugene E. Myers Art Gallery, UND Hughes Fine Arts Center, Grand Forks. Artist's reception: 5 to 7 p.m. March 29.
- At Velkommen through May 11: The exhibit "Scandinavian Wearable Art Part I" by Rochelle Wetsch will be at Velkommen in downtown Grand Forks through May 11. It is an installation of embroidered fiber art and design works re-imagined as folk-inspired rosemaling from Norway's Setesdal province. Info: (701) 775-8482.
- Opening Sunday in Moorhead: Rourke Art Gallery in Moorhead will have a two-for-one-opening Sunday for "Elegant Information: Antique Architectural Drawings (1870-1930)" and "The Alfred Levering Prize Competition & Exhibition." These exhibits were conceived and assembled by guest curator Ronald Ramsay, a longtime instructor in architecture and landscape architecture at North Dakota State University. "Elegant Information" represents the end of the golden age of free-hand delineators, a news release said. "The Alfred Levering Prize Competition & Exhibition" is a celebration of up-and-coming architects in their third and fourth years at NDSU who practice handcraft in the digital age. Opening: 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Sunday with gallery talk by Ramsay at 2 p.m.
- Tuesday at the Alerus: The All-City Band Concert will be at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Alerus Center featuring all band students in grades six to 12 from Grand Forks Public Schools, Grand Forks Air Force Base schools and Manvel (N.D.) Public School. Come early to hear the jazz bands from Grand Forks Central and Red River high schools; they'll begin playing at 7 p.m. Admission: Freewill donations for two scholarships to the International Music Camp.
- Workshop Tuesday and April 15 at UND: If you want to learn more about your digital camera, how to take great shots and then how to edit those images in Photoshop, you can attend workshops Tuesday and/or April 15 at UND. Sponsored by the Graphics and Photography Society, the workshops will be from 4 to 5 p.m. Tuesday and April 15 in 235 Starcher Hall. The introductory workshop is open to students, faculty, staff and community members with any type of digital camera. Cost: $15. Info: Kelsey Laschkewitsch, kelsey.laschkewitsch.und.edu or Lynda Kenney, (701) 777-2197.