Saturday, October 4, 2014 & Sunday, October 5, 2014
The Studio Crawl was established in 2004 to develop an awareness and appreciation for the quality and diversity of the visual arts in our region. During the free two-day event, the public is invited into the studios of the many working artists in the Fargo Moorhead area. Visiting the artists in their element is a dynamic educational experience, demystifing art’s “making” process.
The Crawl is one of the only opportunities in our community to visit with visual artists in their studio spaces. By allowing visitors into the studios to converse with the artists about their ‘making’ process we try to expand the viewing experience and deepen the appreciation of the work and the efforts of the artists.
The Crawl is, most importantly, a community education event — it serves thousands of attendees each year. In conjunction with the Crawl, the Plains Art Museum offers the Kid Crawl, during which parents can drop off their children for structured visual arts experiences while their parents tour local studios