Hometown Retrospective celebrates Washburn’s remarkable and long-standing engagement in the arts. It will feature works by several Washburn area artists including Tom Neary, known for his public art; painter Henry Lorenzen; various artists of the former Washburn Art Association, and more. The exhibit highlights the remarkable number of artists in a community its size in keeping with the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center’s goal of facilitating regional art. The opening of this exhibit will correspond with Music in Harmony Park.
Sponsored by the Lewis & Clark Fort Mandan Foundation and Basin Electric Power Cooperative.
Note: From April to November the Interpretive Center is open 9-5 daily; from November to April it is open 9-5 Monday-Saturday.
- Starting Friday, July 14th, 2017, repeats every day until Thursday, November 30, 2017 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm