Plains Art Museum

THE PLAINS ART MUSEUM, serving the regional area surrounding Fargo, North Dakota and Moorhead, Minnesota, received a grant of $15,000 to subsidize a pilot Printmaking Studio Program for emerging Minnesota artists. This museum is housed in a splendid new facility which provides exceptional exhibition, education and workshop areas. One of the unique aspects of the new facility is that the design reflects and accommodates not only the exhibition and preservation of the visual arts, but creation as well. One of the studios on the third floor will be a printmaking studio/living exhibit. The Printmaking Program will offer residencies to artists to work in the studio for determined amounts of time. A professionally trained printer, capable of executing the production of original prints, will staff the studio. The purpose of the funded program is to assist emerging artists in creating original fine art prints in partnership with the museum.

About this grant

Year
1998
Discipline
Visual Arts
Grant Program
General Program
Location
Other

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