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THE LIST: 'Young Women in Art' ... 'Fabricated Family'

'Young Women in Art' At Urban Stampede through Jan. 18: The World's Smallest Gallery at the Urban Stampede, Grand Forks, will present the exhibit "Young Women in Art Series III," featuring work by Jessica Mongeon, Rachel LaBine and Lisa Sewill, t...

'Young Women in Art'

At Urban Stampede through Jan. 18: The World's Smallest Gallery at the Urban Stampede, Grand Forks, will present the exhibit "Young Women in Art Series III," featuring work by Jessica Mongeon, Rachel LaBine and Lisa Sewill, through Jan. 18 Many of the works are for sale. About the artists: Mongeon, who recently finished her BFA at UND, works at North Dakota Museum of Art. Reach her at art@jessicamongeon.com . Labine, Providence, R.I., is an artist and studying for an advanced degree. Reach her at rlabine@g.risd.edu . Sewill is a stay-at-home mother experimenting with materials and teaching herself how to use them. Info: Marlene Stiles, (701) 775-2977.

'Fabricated Family'

Opening Monday at UND: "Fabricated Family," a BFA exhibit by Jessica Poppke, will be open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday at Myers Art Gallery, UND Hughes Fine Arts Center, Grand Forks. Artist reception: 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Monday.

Storytime for kids

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December at the UND Bookstore: The UND Bookstore, Grand Forks, has announced story hours for December. Story hour begins at 10 a.m. Wednesdays and 11 a.m. Saturdays. Wednesday and Dec. 5: "Fancy Nancy Splendiferous Christmas," Jane O'Connor. Craft: Make fancy tree toppers. Dec. 9 and 12: "Happy Hanukkah Corduroy," Don Freeman. Craft: Dreidel. Dec. 16 and 19: "A Christmas Carol," Charles Dickens. Craft: Pom-pom stockings. Dec. 23 and 26. "The Night Before Christmas," Clement Moore. Craft: Santa and reindeer treat plates. Dec. 30 and Jan. 2: "Wow America!", Robert Neubecker. Craft: New Year's hats. Info: (701) 777-6260.

Pottery workshop

Dec. 7 and 9 in Grand Forks: VSA arts of North Dakota announces workshops from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Dec. 7 and 9 at Muddy Waters Clay Center in Grand Forks for adults from the North Dakota School for the Blind. Potter Corey Birkholz will teach about the ceramics process, including creating, bisque-firing, glazing and other various forms of firing. Students will have a hands-on experience. VSA arts of North Dakota is a community where people with disabilities can learn through, participate in and have access to the arts. For more info: www.vsanorthdakota.org;

e-mail jen.vsand@gmail.com .

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