• Current Exhibitions
    Be, Exist

    It has always been the case that BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) artists always wear two hats at any given time. That of the artist and that of the activist. Their art offers the richest insights into what moments of social justice they are empowering.

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    The Vanishing Perspective

    In the United States during the late 19th century and into the 20th century, there was a common narrative of the “Vanishing Indian”.

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    2020 FMVA Studio Crawl Preview

    Fargo Moorhead Visual Artists (FMVA) is a group of some of the region’s most prominent professional and emerging artists. Each year, FMVA presents the Studio Crawl, a popular, free event that gives the community access to professional artist studios.

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    No Time For Despair

    To say that right now is the ideal time to make art that speaks directly to the people about social justice is an understatement. Because the very nature of art is to undertake or assume the role of a healer by shading light on the human condition.

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