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DICKINSON — A local non-profit organization continues their fundraising efforts aimed at seeing their dream, of having an art museum and interactive children’s science exhibit in Dickinson, become a reality. The group, Southwest Art Gallery & Science Center, will host an auction dinner at the Dickinson Eagles Club on Nov. 18.
Linda Little, of Dickinson, sculpted a statue of Medora de Vallombrosa, the woman the famed western tourist town is named after.
The high court's take on the case is "very hard to predict," said Harvard Law School professor Rebecca Tushnet, who wrote a brief supporting Warhol with other copyright scholars.
Local artists of all ages to be highlighted at the Badlands Art Gallery and Prairie Hills Mall.
The gas station, which opened in 1934, was the last in the United States that used hand, known as gravity, pumps. It was a Standard Oil Station from 1934 to 1959, then was privately owned after the main route to Watertown, South Dakota, was changed and the car and truck traffic dwindled.
The new show, opening at the Spirit Room in Fargo later this month, features the work of Bismarck wet plate photographer Shane Balkowitsch.

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The Phil Patterson Memorial Bandshell was awash in color as area residents participated in the annual Dickinson Parks and Recreation Chalk Walk event. Dickinson High School Art Club members showcased their artistic flair with a series of pieces highlighting young artists in the community.
The program's goal is to "support rural community development at the intersection of arts and culture, downtown revitalization, and historic preservation," according to a news release from the North Dakota Department of Commerce.
A group of local volunteers and philanthropists are working together on a plan to create the Southwest Art Gallery and Science Center which they say will enable those with a love of art and science to have a place where they can share their creativity while discovering new ways of experiencing the world around them.

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