Prairie Mosaic: The Role of the Arts

The North Dakota Council on the Arts is a wonderful organization that provides funding to various arts groups and artists throughout the state. The story examines how arts impact areas such as quality of life, economic development and well being in a community. Come along now as we travel to Wahpeton, New Town, Watford City, Langdon and Jamestown to see the impact the organization is having on our state.

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“Prairie Mosaic: The Role of the Arts” Prairie Public 2015

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