Springboard for the Arts will host a Community Potluck Meet and Greet for Brandi Homan, Tuesday, July 16th, at Springboard for the Arts, 5 - 6PM
"Write Memory: Intro to Memoir Writing" Workshop by Award-winning writer Glenda Reed @ Fergus Falls Public Library
This writing workshop is for anyone interested in exploring foundational storytelling techniques that can help bring true-life stories alive on the page.
Tina Gross is a poet, librarian, and activist originally from Battle Lake, MN. During her Hinge Arts Residency, she plans to focus on found poems related to the Fergus Falls Regional Treatment Center site, where her grandmother worked in 1970s and ‘80s.
Join us for this four-hour afternoon workshop to recharge your creative writing energy. Author Debra Marquart will be on hand to read from her work, discuss the creative writing process, and lead participants in several generative and sharing exercises designed to help you start getting words on the page again.
Join Plains Art Museum, Children’s Theatre NDSU, Gasper’s School of Dance, Kindermusik, and the Fargo Public Library for innovative arts programs built specifically for your toddlers and preschoolers!
We are trying out an Open Mic Night - featuring spoken word and poetry in our newly opened Holmes Art Cellar!
The Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County will host local writer and cartoonist Steve Stark for a history of American political cartoons at the Hjemkomst Center on Saturday, April 27, at 2.00p.m.
"Postcards" Presents A Special Preview of Nik Nerburn's His Great American Think-Off Documentary on Pioneer Public Television
Watch a special preview of Nik Nerburn’s documentary about the Great American Think-Off!
Awaken your spirit and connect with nature, then let it bloom like poetry!
Author Kevin Zepper will introduce you to techniques for writing creative poetry inspired by nature.
These workshops are open and FREE to everyone (16+) who is craving a cultural dynamic right here at home!
An Arts & Cultural Heritage Series Event - "The Magic of Dr. Seuss" @ Various Lake Agassiz Regional Libraries
Dive into the wacky and wonderful world of Dr. Seuss with this performance of magic, story-telling and silly comedy featuring the characters found in some of Dr. Seuss’ most famous works.
A day to celebrate all local authors!
On a daily basis, editorial cartoonists deliver biting social commentary made palatable through amusing and well-crafted illustration. Our upcoming exhibition Lines with Power and Purpose: Editorial Cartoons features fifty-one original editorial cartoons from the nation's great metropolitan newspapers during the Golden Age of print journalism.
On March 14-15, 2019, the 14th National Book Awards will feature authors Sigrid Nunez and Victoria Johnson at Concordia College.
Dag T. Straumsvag is a contemporary writer and translator living in Trondheim, Norway. Though far away, he has a deep connection to Minnesota through his work with our state’s most established and respected poets.
Inspired by the overhead electric power lines, specifically the parallel circuit lines that look like dresses, help create a sculptural poem with artists Denise Lajimodiere and Laura Youngbird.
In "Seven Ways to Trick a Troll", author Lise Lunge-Larsen and Kari Vick bring Norwegian trolls to life in seven folktales that teach us how to face life's difficulties with moxie.
Solo Theater Performance by Patrick Scully - "Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass-Illuminated" @ The Cultural Center in New York Mills
This solo performance is about history, art, and literature – presenting aspects of Walt Whitman’s life and work that are fascinating for our time. We celebrate Whitman as an important artist for our era; a poet who loved America, and used his writing to strategically transform what he believed needed to be changed.
Enjoy a lively discussion with four multi-genre, Minnesota Book Award-winning authors: Heid E. Erdrich, Shannon Gibney, Nicole Helget, and Kao Kalia Yang.
Visitors are welcome to experience a collection of books on the philosophy, physics and poetics of light. The Light Library welcomes conversation and experimentation with objects that reflect and refract natural light.
Learn skills to organize and begin writing your memoirs with Artist in Residence from Minneapolis, Glenda Reed!
Author J.A. Rost and Photographer Mary Rausch will be the featured artists at “First Fridays at The Box Office”