NDMOA January Family Day

Saturday, 27 January 2024 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM CST

261 Centennial Drive, Stop 7305, Grand Forks, North Dakota, 58202, United States

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Saturday, 27 January 2024 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM CST

North Dakota Museum of Art, 261 Centennial Drive, Grand Forks, North Dakota, 58202, United States.

🎨🌟 Art Making Practices Family Day Extravaganza! 🌟🎨

Join us for an exhilarating Family Day at the North Dakota Museum of Art! This time, we're celebrating the joy of creativity, focusing on diverse art-making practices.

Event Date: January 27th

Event Time: 10:00am-12:00pm

Event Location: North Dakota Museum of Art, 261 Centennial Drive Stop 7305 Grand Forks, ND 58202

What to Expect:

🎨 Art Making Stations: Dive into a world of creativity with various art-making practices, from painting to drawing and everything in between.

πŸ‘¨?πŸ‘©?πŸ‘§?πŸ‘¦ Family-Friendly Fun: Engage in a day filled with artistic activities designed for the entire family.

πŸ–Œ? Drop-in Art: Join us at your convenience and let your creativity flow.

Admission: FREE! Bring your passion for art and let the creativity flow.

Join us for a day of exploration, expression, and endless possibilities. Whether you're an experienced artist or just starting your creative journey, there's something for everyone.

Don't miss this chance to connect with your community, discover the joy of diverse art forms, and create cherished memories with your loved ones.

For more details, contact MJ Haji-Sheikh at mjhaji-sheikh@ndmoa.com

Let's turn this Family Day into a canvas of endless imagination! 🎨?

North Dakota Museum of Art

The North Dakota Museum of Art, nestled in the vast expanse of the Northern Great Plains, stands as North Dakota's official art museum and a testament to our commitment to the arts. Our mission is clear: to educate, delight, and enlighten through diverse artistic experiences encompassing traditional and related skills. Originating as a university exhibition space in the mid-1970s, we evolved into our present form in 1981, with the State Legislature officially designating us as the state's art museum. Our renovated museum opened in 1989 results from collaborative efforts and community support. Committed to collecting contemporary international art, preserving the visual history of the region, and assembling a survey collection of contemporary Native American art, we extend our influence to various artistic realms. Beyond traditional art forms, our focus includes related skills, fostering a dynamic cultural tapestry. Our mission is rooted in enriching the visual lives of our audience, welcoming collections that broaden artistic horizons and contribute to the cultural vibrancy of the Northern Plains.

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