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A Start In Art runs bi-monthly from September to May, Tuesday or Wednesday at 9:30 am. Children listen to stories, receive visits from different zoo animals and work on related art projects. This program is designed for children between the ages of 9 months and 5 years.Learn more
Art All Around is a step above your traditional art class, and is geared towards children who have an interest in further art exploration. Students will complete their own masterpiece during each session. Classes are held bi-monthly on Thursdays at 4:00 pm.Learn more
Get out and GET CREATIVE!! This creative upbeat class is open to the artistic and the not so artistic! No experience required!Learn more
A Start In Art runs bi-monthly from September to May, Tuesday or Wednesday at 9:30 am.More ››
Art All Around is a step above your traditional art class, and is geared towards children who have an interest in further art exploration.More ››
April 10 to April 27, 2018More ››
The next Family Paint Saturday will be on April 14, 2018, from 1:30 to 2:30pm.More ››
The next Paint The Town Red will be on April 24, 2018 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm..More ››
This is an art class specifically designed for homeschooled children.More ››
Join the Downtown merchants for our annual Bunny Hop for Preschoolers. Many of our local merchants will be handing out candy for your little ones to enjoy as spring is just around the corner!More ››
Turn Your Child's Art into Art CardsMore ››
The next Paint The Town Red will be on August 21, 2018 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm..More ››
The Taube Museum of Art Main Gallery will feature mixed media acrylic paintings by Minot artist Walter Piehl. The Northern Plains National Heritage Area Suite features a series of eight large canvases that reflect local heritage and history that proved formative in the development of the United States. Each piece is connected with the public sites and locations along the free-flowing section of the Missouri River in the five North Dakota counties of Burleigh, McLean, Mercer, Morton and Oliver. Viewers to this exhibition can expect to see Piehl’s expressionistic use of color, collage transfers, and his signature use of embedded old maps and other ephemera.
Piehl was selected for this commission because his work would be a
contrasting style with the previous and prevalent contemporary
representations of the landscape, people and cultures by the earliest as
well as the present day illustrators. Piehl stated, “My overriding intention
was to make interesting stand-alone art works. I was also challenged and
intrigues by the opportunity to educate and hopefully enrich the viewer by
comparing and contrasting the more conventional styles other artists and
photographers of the era used to deal with these major themes and my own
The Northern Plains National Heritage Area is one of 49 such areas in the United States. It carries forward a legacy started when President Ronald Reagan signed the first National Heritage Area into existence on August 24, 1984. The series of paintings was commissioned through a Northern Plains Heritage Foundation grant to the Lewis and Clark Fort Mandan Foundation, and was matched by art benefactor Alvera Bergquist of Bismarck, North Dakota.
The Northern Plains National Heritage Suite will be exhibited from February 21 to March 31, 2018 at the Taube with a public reception for the artist on March 15 from 5:30 to 7:00 pm. The Suite is also accompanied by works by the following featured artists: Cindi Finley Mintie, Colleen Lind Folven, Vern Erickson, Linda Whitney, Max Patzner, Monte Yellowbird – Black Pinto Horse, and Butch Thunderhawk.
The Lower Gallery exhibition features Bean There, Done That by Minot State University art student Shantelle Carey. Bean There, Done That is a light-hearted series of acrylic paintings based on Carey’s interpretation of what it would be like to glimpse into the life of each type of bean she had depicted. Artist Statement: My current creations focus on the idea of bringing each variety of bean to life. All of the works are acrylic paintings on canvas. I typically find inspiration in the works of Van Gogh and Joseph Beuys. Van Gogh inspires me because of his expressionistic and abstract way of painting, and Beuys inspires me through his unique method of expression and his connection with natural objects. In my current series, Bean There, Done That, I have painted my interpretation of what it would be like to glimpse into the life of each type of bean.
Museum and Gift Shop hours: Tues – Fri 10:30 – 5:30 pm, Sat 11:00 am – 4:00 pm or by special appointment. There is no charge for admission, but contributions are accepted to help the Taube Museum fulfill their mission of enriching lives through the visual arts. The exhibition is made possible with support from the North Dakota Council on the Arts.
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As you all know, the Holiday Tour of Homes is fast approaching. That means it’s time to start baking for the Cookie Walk! We need volunteers to make 4-6 (or more) dozen Holiday Cookies! We need the cookies by December 1st. If you’re interested in helping us out please let us know so we can mark you down. If any questions please ask. Happy Holidays everyone! >>
“I am seeking. I am striving. I am in it with all my heart.”
– Vincent van Gogh
“Creativity takes courage.”
– Henri Matisse
“If I could say it in words there would be no reason to paint.”
– Edward Hopper
“They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.”
– Andy Warhol
“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.”
– Pablo Picasso
“Great art picks up where nature ends.”
– Marc Chagall
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