What's New in Fargo-Moorhead
Stage West Theatre
Stage West is the theatrical producing arm of West Fargo Events. Founded in 2021, the organization celebrates local artists and arts patrons through live performance, education, and cultural experiences that serve and connect the community. Producing events year-round, Stage West schedules a mix of classic and contemporary titles presented as staged readings, dinner …READ MORE
Straw Hat Players
The MSC Summer Theatre was launched in 1963 by Delmar J. Hansen with three one-act avant-garde plays produced in Fergus Falls, Minnesota. The junior college facilities made the production of plays barely possible. But the enthusiasm of his college students, working through extreme difficulties, convinced Dr. Hansen that summer theatre was possible in …READ MORE
Dakota Fine Art
Selling fine art from the historic Dakota Business College in Downtown Fargo, the gallery is operated by a collective of artists. Stop by to see completed works of art and to watch the artists at work in their studios making prints, paintings, jewelry, sculptures, photography, and more.
The Art Bar
Unleash your creativity (even if you don’t think you’re artistic!) at The Art Bar. This small, independently owned, social painting venue in West Fargo was founded on the belief that everyone has a creative side and that everyone deserves a little fun! Grab a friend, coworker, partner, or your family and find a …READ MORE
The Spirit Room began as a grass roots arts organization in 1997 with gallery exhibits and literary events. The warehouse gallery was supported by yoga, dance, meditation classes and cash contributions by a community of people who formed around the space. In 2000, it developed a new gallery in Downtown Fargo in a …READ MORE
Gallery on the Go
Gallery on the Go brings art to the party. Affordable. Creative. Fun! Girls Night, Birthday Party, Fundraising, Corporate Team Building… whatever occasion you are celebrating, hosting a painting party with Gallery On The Go is easy! Carla St. Germain 701-388-6022, Laura Ronngren, 701-219-1978.
Great Plains Harmony
Fargo-Moorhead’s premier men’s chorus.
Known historically as “the Gateway to the Dakotas,” Fort Abercrombie was the first permanent United States military fort established in what was to become North Dakota. It was also the only post in the area to be besieged by Dakota (Sioux) warriors for more than six weeks during the US-Dakota War of 1862. …READ MORE
FM Gay Men’s Chorus
Providing high quality, skilled performances in an environment that maintains an atmosphere of integrity, honesty and mutual respect.
Tin Roof Theatre Company
A non-profit theatre that produces high-quality theatrical productions focusing on American classics.