The Arts Center & Hansen Arts Park

Experience the heart of the North Dakota prairie through art.

At The Arts Center, Arts Studio, and Hansen Arts Park, culture builds community. Opportunities abound to enrich your life, connect with others, and learn new skills. Both local and world-renowned artists share their talents here. Whether visual artist, actor, writer, student, audience member, or supporter there is something for you!

Located within sight of Main Street, the main building of The Arts Center features an exhibition gallery, performance stage, and classroom where artists of local, regional, and national renown share their gifts with the public. The exhibit changes often throughout the year, so be sure to keep abreast of all the chances to enjoy different types of art. The Arts Center also hosts a variety of theater and musical performances. For upcoming events, visit jamestownarts.com.

Adjacent to The Arts Center is the Arts Studio. This cozy space houses a ceramics studio and adult classroom. Keep your eyes open for classes taught by artists in residence.

The Hansen Arts Park, an artful garden and green space, brings culture and beauty to Main Street. Boulder Pavilion and Prairie Grass Ballet, two sculptures by Owen Fritz, are featured there. These two pieces and their stories are a part of the Jamestown Talking Trail. To hear more about the sculptures from the sculptor, himself, dial in the number on the Talking Trail signpost and enjoy!

The J.A. Kirkpatrick Gallery is located in the Frontier Village. Named for a local western artist, the Kirkpatrick Gallery showcases paintings and artwork depicting the wild west and plains.

Hours

Labor Day to Memorial Day

  • Weekdays 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Saturday 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

*Kirkpatrick Gallery is open limited hours due to Covid 19: Thursday-Sunday 1pm-5pm

Phone
701-251-2496
Website
jamestownarts.com
Address

115 2nd St SW
Jamestown, ND 58401

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