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Address: 115 2nd St SW, Jamestown, ND 58401-4114
Phone Number: +1 701-251-2496
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The Jamestown Fine Arts Association (aka: The Arts Center) is an exciting...

The Jamestown Fine Arts Association (aka: The Arts Center) is an exciting place where you can be engaged in the arts-whether you are a visual artist, actor, writer, student, audience member or supporter.We provide a wide variety of arts activities, exposure and experience for every age group and skill level. There is always something going on here at The Arts Center.Gallery Admission: FREE Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturdays 10:00 am – 2:00 pmother times by appointmentABOUT USThe Arts Center is operated by the Jamestown Fine Arts Association, which has been promoting the arts in the Jamestown area since 1964.Located in the heart of downtown, the main building features an exhibition gallery, performance stage, classroom and offices. The Art Park, a beautiful garden and green space, was added in 2000. Plans are underway make this a small, outdoor performance and display space. Throughout the summer and fall, gardening activities and youth programming make the park a beehive of activity. The Hansen Arts Building, our adjacent building, houses the ceramics studio and adult classroom space.The Arts Center is a spot for local artists to share their talents as well as a performance and exhibition location for artists from around the world to show their talents to the Jamestown community.Jamestown Fine Arts Association also operates the Ila & J.A. Kirkpatrick Gallery at the Frontier Village in Jamestown. The gallery is open each summer and is operated by the Artisans, a volunteer artist group.

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They have very awesome and unique plays. The last one was a dinner theatre, so there was a lot more pulling together from the community. In a community like Jamestown we need... read more

5 of 5 bubblesReviewed 30 August 2016
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 30 August 2016

They have very awesome and unique plays. The last one was a dinner theatre, so there was a lot more pulling together from the community. In a community like Jamestown we need outlets like the Arts Center.

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 24 September 2014

I am here visiting my Dad and I dropped in to the JFAA Art Show. I didn't have enough time, so I am going back, but I have to say, it's terrific. And there is a perfect example of why we need to experience art in person whenever possible. The Best in Show piece, "Exposed" by Sue Morrissey was pictured... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 9 June 2011

Jamestown has a population of ~15,000 within 12+ square miles. The streets are full of bars and several churches with various apartment/furniture stores and such in between. In the middle of it all lays the Art Center, which coincidentally rest right in between of 2 bars (at least when I visited last). Attending a comedy of nuns making wine, the... More 

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