Dr. Yolanda Lara Arauza, Department of American Multicultural Studies, will be making introductory remarks at the Latino Oral History Project […]
Visiting scholar, Anita Archer, Ph.D., will present at the Hjemkomst Center today from 4 to 6 p.m. Faculty and students […]
The Historical & Cultural Society of Clay County at the Hjemkomst Center is
proud to present Augustus Frederick Sherman: Ellis Island Portraits, 1905-1920, a traveling exhibit courtesy of Aperture Foundation and Statue of Liberty National Monument/Ellis Island Immigration Museum, on display through Sept. 12. Click headline for more information.
The Historical & Cultural Society of Clay County at the Hjemkomst Center is displaying a mini-satellite exhibit of Armenian immigrant artist Norick Astvatsaturov. This mini-exhibit displays photographs of Astvatsaturov’s work, including a Reliquary Icon and Bible Cover, as well as a ten minute documentary that was made about his life and work. The Hjemkomst Center is located at 202 First Avenue North in Moorhead. The exhibit ends April 7.
The Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County at the Hjemkomst Center is
proud to announce the opening of A Woman’s Perspective on Work and Play,
beginning Monday, January 25 through Tuesday, March 30. A Woman’s Perspective (AWP) is an un-juried, multimedia art exhibition,
featuring visual, literary and performing art by emerging and established
regional artists. This year’s theme is Work and Play, including a special
supplemental exhibit on art aprons as a symbol of the intersection of work and
play. Click headline for more information.