Community Cultivation via Art Creation

Delivered By
Molly McLain and Paul Noot
Delivered On
October 30, 2016

Two local artists discuss their involvement in the Bismarck Alley project. Molly McLain is an advocate, artist, and educator raised in Valley City, ND. She lives in Bismarck and works for Farmers Union where she advocates for family farms. She is active in the arts world and frequently teaches classes and creates art projects and murals across the state with organizations, individuals, and schools.

A founding member of the Bismarck Downtown Artist Cooperative, Paul Noot received his BFA from the University of North Dakota and his MFA from Brooklyn College in New York. Paul has worked with the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC, North Dakota Museum of Art in Grand Forks, and is currently the head of the Visual Arts department at Bismarck High School.He also teaches classes for Sleepy Hollow Summer Arts, International Music Camp, BDAC and Continuing Education courses for the University of North Dakota.

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