• People Category: Honorable Mention: "Bottineau Mural," Carolyn Moore, Minot
  • People Category: Honorable Mention - "Father Son Fishing," Katy Vetter, Surrey
  • Paul Broste Rock Museum
  • Prairie Fire Pottery
  • Plains Art Museum

Arts

Art is different things to different people. It’s a painting, a sculpture, music. While the medium varies greatly, the passion of those inspired by art is unwavering. Bring that passion to North Dakota, where visitors find thriving art communities in all of our cities and most of our smaller towns. From the thought-provoking displays at the Plains Art Museum in Fargo to the eclectic collection of polished rock at the Paul Broste Rock Museum in Parshall, there is sure to be a collection that inspires you.

Featured Listings
  • Southeast
    Southeast
    Fargo
    North Dakota's largest, highest quality and most dynamic art museum is in the heart of historic...
  • Southeast
    Southeast
    Fargo
    Fargo Theatre was built in 1926 as a vaudeville and cinema house, complete with a Mighty...
  • Northcentral
    Northcentral
    Devils Lake
    The Lake Region Heritage Center is located in the old post office in downtown Devils Lake. The...
  • Northeast
    Northeast
    Grand Forks
    Non-profit gallery created by artists to provide exhibits and opportunities for regional and...
  • Southwest
    Southwest
    Mandan
    Housed in the restored Mandan Northern Pacific Railroad Depot and featuring authentic American...
  • Northcentral
    Northcentral
    Minot
    Two galleries display contemporary art by local, regional and national artists. A lecture series...
  • Northeast
    Northeast
    Grand Forks
    Renowned for its amazing acoustics, the Fritz offers an array of national entertainment including...
  • Southcentral
    Southcentral
    Bismarck
    The center displays American Indian artwork, specifically Northern Plains art depicting the...
  • Southwest
    Southwest
    Mott
    Museum features history of area businesses, military, homesteaders, more. Family pioneer...
  • Southcentral
    Southcentral
    Bismarck
    Exhibiting original visual art by regional North Dakota artists, Gallery 522 is central and...
  • Northwest
    Northwest
    Stanley
    The Sibyl Center is named for Sibyl McDonald, a piano teacher that taught virtually hundreds of ...
  • Northwest
    Northwest
    Williston
    Built in 1911, the James Memorial building first served Williston as the public library. Today...