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Herd About The Prairie

In May 2006, Fargo-Moorhead residents were treated to a colorful community art project: a herd of vibrant bison statues scattered throughout the cities. Artists using a variety of mediums transformed gray fiberglass statues into beautiful works of public art. Herd About The Prairie: A Virtual Art Stampede follows the artists through the process of designing, creating, and completing the bison to produce this half-hour documentary. Celebrate the history of the region and the excitement of the future through this unique public arts project.
Broadcast premiere 2006

online for $29.95 or order by calling 1-800-359-6900. The DVD contains bonus material including interviews with participating artists not featured in the documentary.


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This program is made possible by funding from the Lake Agassiz Arts Council and by the members of Prairie Public.

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