2018 Studio Crawl

The 2018 FMVA Studio Crawl will take place October 6 & 7.  Artists of all mediums will open up their studios for the public from Noon to 5pm.  FMVA hopes you will join us for the largest art event in the Fargo-Moorhead area. 

The Big Art Show

Big Art Show – April 12 – June 8, 2018
Reception:  Tuesday, April 17 from 5-7pm
Hosted by the Historical Cultural Society of Clay County
221 1st Ave N, Moorhead
Big Art Show features the very best of local artist from the FM Area.

Visual Talks

Dan Francis Visual Talk
April 26 from 6-7pm
Visual Talks are hosted Plains Art Museum
704 1st Ave N, Fargo
Visual Talks share local area artwork, process, and creativ eexperiences with teh Fargo-Moorhead community.

Fargo Moorhead Visual Artists: TO PROMOTE AND SUPPORT QUALITY VISUAL ARTS IN THE FARGO MOORHEAD AREA BY EDUCATING AND ENCOURAGING VISUAL ARTISTS AND THEIR COMMUNITIES. Volunteers run the organization —board members, technical support, and members who coordinate education, communications, membership, programming, networking, and professional practices committees. These generous individuals work together to help FMVA partner with community, support the arts and artists, and provide a space for artists to have a collective voice. The FMVA Strategic Plan provides a path for a healthy and stable arts organization by cultivating the local artistic community and creating opportunities for exposure to the community through the expansion of its programs and events aimed at the ongoing engagement of the artists with the community.

January 2018 Featured Artist

Ashley Beth Nordberg

Ashley Beth Nordberg

Ceramic Artist

Working primarily in earthenware, Ashley uses underglaze drawings to create storybook-like illustrations and motifs. She is currently focusing on the intersections of traditional femininity, childhood, nature, and their places in modern ceramics.