Darren Thompson to perform

Native American Flute player Darren Thompson to perform at the Human Rights Art Reception and Awards Ceremony.

The Spirit Room

The 2017 Human Rights Art Festival will take place at the Spirit Room in downtown Fargo, North Dakota. Open and free to the public, the exhibition is open 1:30 – 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Visit the Spirit Room for additional information.

Human Rights and Art

22 different artist have work displayed at the North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival. A mixture of 2D and 3D artist, photographers, painters, sculptors and woodworkers have created works that capture the human spirit and celebrate human rights.

Reception & Festival Awards Ceremony

Join us on Saturday, November 18 to close out the festival at the Spirit Room for the Art Festival Reception and Festival Awards Ceremony. Artist Anna Johnson, Joe Larson, Jack Sadat and Native American flutist Darren Thompson will be on hand for discussion and performance.

Learn more about the reception, or puchase ticket to join us.

The Artist

Ken Andersen

Ken Andersen

Gaurav Datta

Gaurav Datta

Postdoctoral Researcher, UND

Laura Forgie

Laura Forgie

Anna Johnson

Anna Johnson

Flying 7's Fine Art

Brett Lysne

Brett Lysne

Jack Sadat

Jack Sadat

Karen Perry-Anderson

Karen Perry-Anderson

Justin Deegan

Justin Deegan

Thunder Revolution Studio

Emily Herbranson

Emily Herbranson

Joe Larson

Joe Larson

St. Mark’s Lutheran Church

Donald Paul

Donald Paul

Prairie Paul Studio

Scott Seiler

Scott Seiler

Scott Seiler Photography

Shane Balkowitsch

Shane Balkowitsch

Nostalgic Glass Wet Plate Studio

Ellen Jan Diederich

Ellen Jan Diederich

Ellen Jean Diederich Studio

Glendon Henry

Glendon Henry

University of North Dakota

Kailee Love

Kailee Love

Birgit Pruess

Birgit Pruess

Birgit's Photography and Art

Megan Westphal

Megan Westphal