The 6th annual Studio Crawl will be held Saturday, Oct. 3, and Sunday, Oct. 4, from noon to 6 p.m., hosted by the FM Visual Artists to support the visual arts in our community. The event will feature a variety of studios throughout the metro area that open and exhibit works for the public to view and enjoy.
This year, West Fargo High School will be hosting an Art Department Open House during Crawl hours, Saturday and Sunday, from noon to 6 p.m. This event will feature the works of West Fargo Visual Arts instructors Eric Syvertson, Ron Boehm, and Brenda Luthi.
Visitors will be greeted at the north doors of the high school with festive sidewalk drawings created by students Friday before the Studio Crawl weekend. The students will demonstrate their skill and vision in their unique creations. Inside the main entrance, the bison and calf created for Herd about the Prairie will be on exhibit. Further down the hallway, will be an art room full of creations designed by Eric Syvertson, Ron Boehm and Brenda Luthi. In addition, information will be presented about the newest West Fargo Community Arts programming.
The Studio Crawl is free. For more information, brochure and map for this year's Studio Crawl visit fmva.us