Call for submissions for Third Annual North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival 

Submissions are now being accepted for the Third Annual North Dakota Human Rights Art Festival. All mediums of 2D, 3D, live performance artists, poets, writers and experimental filmmakers and animators with works relating to human rights, civil rights or social justice are encouraged to submit their work.

The juried arts festival is accepting submissions for all mediums. Works submitted will be eligible for a juried competition. All artist, student, amateur, or professional, who have works that relate to the discussion of human rights or social justice are invited to submit to the festival.

The touring exhibition will be hosted in four cities in North Dakota: In January 2020 in Fargo at the Plains Art Museum; in February 2020 at the Bismarck Downtown Artist Co-Op; and in June 2020 in Minot at the Taube Museum of Art. The festival will also be returning to Grand Forks in the Spring. The final location there will be finalized shortly.

The mission of the North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival is to educate, engage, and facilitate discussion around local and worldwide human-rights topics through the work of filmmakers and artists.

To be considered for the festival, submissions must be received by midnight Central Standard Time on Friday, November 29, 2019. Artists should submit their work via the online portal on the Human Family website. Filmmakers and animators should submit their work through FilmFreeway.

Download the Call for Artists information here.

The Third Annual North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival is made possible through the generosity of the Arts Partnership, and through partnerships with the North Dakota Human Rights Coalition.

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PO Box 9468
Fargo, ND 58106-9468

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