Returning for its sixth year, and again demonstrating power in quality, diversity, and strength, Plains Art Museum welcomes back the 2023 North Dakota Human Rights Art Exhibition. This exhibition displays artwork that celebrates the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and its standards of achievements for all peoples and nations. Artists, activists, and everyday individuals who have stories to share about social justice or civil rights issues participate with artwork created within a variety of disciplines to educate, engage, and facilitate discussion around local and global human rights topics. This thoughtful exhibition includes painting, drawing, sculpture, experimental film, video, writing, and installation pieces and will travel to select venues around North Dakota throughout the year. The North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival is managed and facilitated by the non-profit organization The Human Family based in Fargo, North Dakota. For more information on its 2023 exhibition travel schedule, please visit human-family.org.
Artist Reception: Thursday, January 19, 6:30-8 PM
Join us for a conversation with select artists from the North Dakota Human Rights Exhibition.