Winter Nights: FARGO
The Indianapolis Museum of Art held a special winter movie night for the first time ever Friday.
Guests were invited to bring folding chairs and blankets to sit outside in the Alliance Sculpture Court for a screening of “Fargo.” The man behind the idea is the museum’s director who is from Minnesota. He said along with the “Fargo” theme, you are encouraged to dress like a Minnesotan to embrace the cold. “We are going to have a Minnesota accent contest, somewhat kind of related to the film. We are having a Minnesota dress contest so people can interpret that however they like. We are also having a Minnesota trivia contest,” said Scott Stulen, IMA curator of Audience Experiences and Performance. Any audience member who can provide documented proof that they lived in Minnesota will receive priority seating and VIP service for the screening.