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Dr. Allen Carter, Professor of Music, has just released his second CD of progressive big band jazz. “Time On My Hands” was recorded in late July in Los Angeles with some of the west coast’s finest jazz and studio musicians. Two MSUM students, Kathryn Malaktaris and Matthew Tinjum were able to accompany Dr. Carter and […]
Friday, Oct. 28 | 7 p.m. | Glasrud Auditorium, Weld Hall The featured film is “The Man Who Laughs,” a 1928 horror film starring Conrad Veidt. The movie will be accompanied by live organ music.
Chinese artist Hao Lin was so impressed with the work of MSUM artist-teacher Zhimin Guan, he uprooted himself and his family to live in Moorhead and study with Guan for an entire year. Lin received a visiting artist grant from his university, supported by the Chinese ministry of education. Lin considered many artists around the […]
The North Dakota Art Gallery Association (NDAGA) and the North Dakota Council on the Arts (NDCA), with support from Starion Bank, organized two exhibits to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the North Dakota Council on the Arts. The exhibits display the artwork of 50 North Dakota artists, including MSUM professor Brad Bachmeier’s signature ceramic vessels, […]
By Lexi Byler, Marketing Intern West Fargo Sheyenne High School graduate Megan Vetter had a great start to her summer by winning the 2016 National Young American Creative Patriotic Art Competition in June. Sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, the competition encourages patriotism and recognizes promising young artists. Thousands of high school students […]