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- What: A new exhibit at North Dakota Museum of Art, "The Power to Wake Up the Stones," by Serbian artist Zoran Majsilov, and "The Unapologetic Landscape" by photographer Chuck Kimmerle of Grand Forks.

- What: A new exhibit at North Dakota Museum of Art, "The Power to Wake Up the Stones," by Serbian artist Zoran Majsilov, and "The Unapologetic Landscape" by photographer Chuck Kimmerle of Grand Forks.

- When and where: Opening Tuesday at North Dakota Museum of Grand Forks, located on the UND campus, Grand Forks.

- Artist reception: 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at the museum.

- Also Tuesday night at the museum: The First Summer Concert in the Museum Garden, beginning at 7 p.m., with The Brass Kings.

- Info: (701) 777-4195

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