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The new library cards are expected to be available for members to choose from toward the end of January
The Mitchell Area Empty Bowl was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19.
Four years ago, some 200 people gathered to celebrate the removal of a controversial structure at the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. This weekend a new piece, created by Dakota artist Angela Two Stars, will open to the public in the same space. The structure, called "Okciyapi" is designed as a gathering place and a celebration of the Dakota language.

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Montage will depict notable scenes from Bon Homme County community.
Jim Wegner, of Austin, Minnesota, leaves behind paintings and other works that adorn his church and the homes of family members still. He died Aug. 4, 2021, at age 91.
Stan Sherwood's latest patriotic mural along the wall of 2nd and Lawler candy and toy store has drawn hundreds of people to the work of art.
Geraldine Carlson was a self-taught genealogist and artist in the rosemaling tradition. Carlson will be remembered at a celebration of life July 23 in Alexandria, Minn.
Fargo area artist Kate Baldock, who has minted five of her favorite pieces as non-fungible tokens, distinctly remembered the feeling of realizing there was a lot more to learn than she first anticipated. “My mind is blown,” she said. “I had no idea the scale of what is going on.”
Competition sponsored by Johnson's office, South Dakota Arts Council

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The film, a 10-minute short, will be on display for six months at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in New York City at an undetermined time in 2022 before moving to the Portland Art Museum in Oregon
Clay poppies are installed in front of the Trojan statue at Parkston School.
Natural curiosity is all it took to lead this outdoor enthusiast on a journey of exploration. Nicole Zempel has turned her passion for all things natural into art while also introducing others to the natural world through presentations on foraging and cooking with native plants and mushrooms.

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