The 2021 North Dakota Human Rights Art Exhibition is a display of artwork celebrating the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and its standard of achievements for all peoples and all nations as its foundation. Artist, activist and every-day individuals who have stories to share about social justices or civil right issues participate with artwork created within a variety of disciplines to educate, engage and facilitate discussion around local and world-wide human right topics. The thoughtful exhibition includes painting, drawing, sculpture, video and installation pieces and will travel to select venues around the state of North Dakota throughout the year. The 2021 North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival is managed and facilitated by the non-profit organization The Human Family based in Fargo, North Dakota. Plains Art Museum welcomes the exhibition in its third year as it has grown powerful in quality, diversity and strength each year. For more information on its 2021 exhibition travel schedule, please visit: human-family.org.