NEWS AND UPDATES
“A Cup of Resistance” by Brandi Malarkey JAMESTOWN, N.D. (May 11, 2021) – The Arts Center will host a community conversation about human rights as part of the North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival. The exhibition, which features the work of 50 artists, will be on...
The Fourth Annual North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival will open at The Arts Center on Thursday, April 22.
The Human Family joins a global call for the release of Belarusian cultural activist and human rights defender Tatsiana Hatsura-Yavorska, who was arrested in Minsk on the 5th of April, along with several other human rights defenders.
Shannon Kring’s “End of the Line: The Women of Standing Rock” looks at recent history through the eyes of indigenous female water protectors.
Educators can receive a free All-Access Pass to NDERFF for use in classroom and educational settings.
The Bismarck Downtown Artist Coop and 52 artists from across the world collaborated for the North Dakota Human Rights Festival.
The Fourth Annual North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival has opened at the Bismarck Downtown Artist Cooperative.
The North Dakota Environmental Rights Film Festival is excited to announce the Official Selections for the 2021 festival.
Chapter Two of Home. The Homelessness Crisis in North Dakota wins Best Documentary Short the Los Angeles Film Awards.
The North Dakota Environmental Rights Film Festival opens April 11, featuring over 40 films featuring the environment and social justice.