The Katherine Kilbourne Burgum Center for Creativity is a multipurpose arts facility offering classes for the entire community, as well as studio and exhibition space for learning, discussion, and display of creative work. The Plains Art Museum’s studio programs focus on developing people’s potential for deeper learning and problem solving through 21st-century skills: creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, and communication. A skybridge connects the original museum building with this 25,500 square foot expansion.
Museum art experiences are led by practicing artists and educators. Materials are provided, unless specified otherwise in the text. Register at plainsart.org or by calling 701.551.6100. Classes will be cancelled one week in advance of the start date if minimum enrollment is not met; the participant may choose either a full refund or a Plains Art Museum credit. Participants may cancel their registration and receive a full refund/credit if notification is received by the Museum at least 10 days prior to the start of class.
Adult classes are designed for adults and teens ages 16+.
Photography: Occasionally the Museum photographer and members of the news media take pictures of students in classes for use in promotional materials, including the Museum website.