Final Arts in the City concert of 2021 at Carnegie Center
The Minot Area Council of the Arts will host their final Arts in the City event of 2021 on Sunday, Dec. 5, at 6 p.m.
Arts in the City – Sundays at the Library will wrap up at the Carnegie Center in downtown Minot with fan-favorite Jessie Veeder sharing her mix of folk and country music accompanied by stories to entertain all ages.
“December’s concert is extra special because it’s our last one of 2021, but also because it’s the first to be held at the Carnegie Center since MACA took over management,” said Justin Anderson, executive director of the Minot Area Council of the Arts. Anderson said this is the first of what he hopes is many art events hosted in the historic building.
Though this free event is not being held at the Minot Public Library, it is still co-sponsored by MPL according to Library Director Janet Anderson. “I’m excited to co-host this event at the original location of the Minot Public Library and to be able to help share Jessie Veeder’s music with our community,” Anderson said. The concert begins at 6 p.m. and there is no cost to attend.
This collaboration between the Minot Public Library and the Minot Area Council of the Arts, which began in the fall of 2019, presents local music and local art once a month. In addition to live music, the Minot Area Council of the Arts will also have art from featured artist Hannah Auer.
To keep up with arts events in and around Minot, follow the Minot Area Council of the Arts on Facebook or Instagram, visit www.minotarts.org, or call 852-2787.