Fargo’s public art can be a catalyst for expansive thinking, cultural evolution, social openness and cohesion as demonstrated by the process and approach of The Fargo Project.
“…Public Art is a growing contributor to the quality of life in Fargo.”
The City of Fargo recently published the Fargo Public Art Master Plan, facilitated by Forcaste Public Art.
In the effort to progress Fargo’s cultural evolution and development as a creative hub, the Arts and Culture Commission partnered with Forecast Public Art to create a Public Art Master Plan. The plan establishes priority goals and objectives and clarifies the Arts and Culture Commission’s role with both city-generated art and community‐generated art.
Review the plan and share your feedback and thoughts at the following meetings:
- Monday, October 16, 5:30 pm Dr. James Carlson Library, 2801 32nd Av S
- Wednesday, October 18, 12:00 pm City Hall Commission Room, 200 3rd St N
- Thursday, October 19, 8:30 am City Hall Commission Room, 200 3rd St N
- Saturday, October 21, 1:00 pm Renaissance Hall, 650 NP Av (part of FMVA’s Annual Meeting)