Franklin Ugochukwu selected as 2022 Invited Artist

Franklin Ugochukwu selected as 2022 Invited Artist

Artist Franklin Ugochukwu has been selected as the 2022 North Dakota Human Rights Film and Arts Festival’s Invited Artist. The exhibition seeks out those artists creating relevant social justice work and invites them to display selected work in the exhibition....
2021 Human Rights Arts Festival Award Winners Announced

2021 Human Rights Arts Festival Award Winners Announced

The Jury of the North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival is excited to recognize the official award-winners for the fourth annual festival. More than 50 artists were selected to be a part of the traveling exhibition that opened in January at the Plains Art Museum...
The Human Family Receives Arts Grant from NDCA

The Human Family Receives Arts Grant from NDCA

The Human Family has been awarded a Community Arts Access Grant from the North Dakota Council on the Arts for the 2022 North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival. NDCA awarded $947,479 in ten different grant programs for fiscal year 2022. Grant programs...
North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival Opens in Williston

North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival Opens in Williston

Still from the experimental film “Gentrification” by Samira Barragan WILLISTON, N.D. (Wednesday, July 28, 2021) – The Fourth Annual North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival will open in Williston at The James Memorial Art Center on Monday, August 2. The...
Human Rights Arts Festival arrives in Minot

Human Rights Arts Festival arrives in Minot

This article was originally posted by KFTRYV on June 10, 2021. You can access the original posting here. Written by Faith Hatton. MINOT, N.D. – The fight for civil rights and social justice, both past, and present, often inspires artistic expression. Some of this art...
North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival Opens in Minot

North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival Opens in Minot

“North Dakota Departed” by Shane Balkowitsch Minot, N.D. (June 7, 2021) – The Fourth Annual North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival will open at The Taube Museum of Art on Thursday, June 10. The exhibition, which features the work of over 50 artists, will...
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