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Joe Larson to Speak at Artist Talk

Joe Larson to Speak at Artist TalkFargo-based artist Joe Larson will be at the Second Annual North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival artist talk to share about his work, "Bright Sky.”The Artist Reception will take place on Wednesday, January 23, 2019, at Plains Art...

“LIMINAL” to be performed at The Seven

"Liminal" to be performed at The SevenAn excerpt from "LIMINAL : a (re-imagined) folktake" will be performed by Marc Devine and the North Dakota State University Theatre Ensemble as part of The Seven. The ensemble is comprised of Nikole Bohnsack, Riley Smith, Zach...

Karen Perry-Anderson to Speak at Artist Talk

Karen Perry-Anderson to Speak at Artist Talk Fargo-based artist Karen Perry-Anderson will be at the Second Annual North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival artist talk to share about her work, "“A Murder Of… The Last Thing Virgil Saw.”  In 2017, Perry-Anderson was...

Faraz Arif Ansari’s “Sisak” to screen at The Seven

Faraz Arif Ansari's "Sisak" to screen at The Seven Faraz Arif Ansari's "Sisak" will screen at the first annual Seven event. The event takes place on Thursday, January 24 at North Dakota State University's Century Theatre at Memorial Union. A first-of-its-kind silent...

Ntwali Cyusa and 7 Universal Languages

Ntwali Cyusa and 7 Universal Languages Ntwali Cyusa will be a presenter at the first annual Seven event. The event takes place on Thursday, January 24 at North Dakota State University's Century Theatre at Memorial Union. Cyusa's presentation "My 7 Favorite Universal...

Barry Nelson to Emcee The Seven

Barry Nelson to Emcee The Seven Barry Nelson will emcee the first annual Seven event. The event takes place on Thursday, January 24 at North Dakota State University's Century Theatre at Memorial Union. A self-described community activist, Nelson is currently an...

Mark Franz’s “When We Were Free”

MARK FRANZ'S "WHEN WE WERE FREE" Mark Franz's "When We Were Free" is currently on display at the 2019 North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival. "When We Were Free" is a work of oscilloscope music that references the precarious role of computing in contemporary media...

From Melbourne to Moorhead

From Melbourne to Moorhead Photograph by Carlyne Murray. Interview by Sarah Dixon-Hackey. “I am from Melbourne, Australia," said Judith Robinson. "I don't have anything interesting to say about myself, but I want people to know that I am incredibly grateful to MSUM...

Jenn Balisle’s “Freedom”

JENNY E. BALISLE'S "FREEDOM"Jenny E. Balisle's "FREEDOM" is currently on display at the 2019 North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival.The 6x6 three-dimensional peice is clear braille on polymer. "Lady Justice is a symbol of impartiality in our judicial system," Balisle...

Kimble Bromley’s “Innocence Destroyed”

KIMBLE BROMLEY's "Innocence Destroyed"Kimble Bromley's "Innocence Destroyed" is currently on display at the 2019 North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival.One encounters many surprises in life, some good, others not so good. "Innocence Destroyed" is a painting relating...

Bismarck Panel Discussion on Homelessness

Bismarck Panel Discussion on HomelessnessA panel discussion about homelessness took place after the premiere of the first episode of "Home. The Homelessness Crisis in North Dakota".The panel focused on homelessness in the areas surrounding Bismarck and Mandan, North...

North Dakota Homelessness Documentary to Premiere in Grand Forks

The first episode of the documentary series "Home. The Homelessness Crisis in North Dakota" will premiere in Grand Forks on Wednesday, January 9 at 6 PM at the Empire Arts Center. Following the premiere, a panel discussion about homelessness in North Dakota, focusing...

Pastor Lori Broschat joins Discussion on Homelessness

Pastor Lori Broschat, volunteer at Lake Region Community Shelter, will be a part of the panel discussion “Homelessness in North Dakota”. The discussion will take place Wednesday, January 9, at 6 p.m. at the Empire Arts Center after the Grand Forks premiere of first...

Dr. George Connell joins Discussion on Homelessness

Dr. George Connell, Professor at Concordia College, will be a part of the panel discussion “Homelessness in North Dakota”. The discussion will take place Wednesday, January 9, at 6 p.m. at the Empire Arts Center after the Grand Forks premiere of first episode of...