Location: North Dakota
An Act of Mending: An Internment Memorial in North Dakota Honors Resilience
November 21 2023
The Snow Country Prison Japanese American Internment Memorial acknowledges Japanese Americans incarcerated at Fort Lincoln, a prison camp in what is now the United Tribes Technical College in Bismarck.
Midwest State Arts Agencies Convene in Bismarck
November 14 2023
In early November 2023, North Dakota Council on the Arts welcomed Arts Midwest and fellow Midwest state arts agencies to Bismarck for an engaging summit on our partnership and shared...
A New Mural of Indigenous Hope and Healing in Bismarck
November 2 2023
The intention is to bring awareness about the atrocities of the federal Indian boarding schools and to start the healing journey for survivors, their descendants, and extended families.
Meet Noelle Benson, a Native American Star Quilt Maker in North Dakota
October 26 2023
Colors, traditions, and prayers are all pieced into Benson’s star quilts. Her craft has been encouraged by the women in her family.
Indigenous Language Speakers Reconnect with Māori Elder in Bismarck
October 3 2023
Standing Rock hosted Sir Timoti Kāretu, a highly regarded Indigenous language warrior, on his farewell tour and brought people together to connect on the significance of language revitalization.
Art as a Catalyst: Indigenous Expressions in North Dakota
May 31 2023
The Sacred Pipe Resource Center, a Native community center in Mandan, North Dakota, empowers Native artists to become catalysts for change to help heal their communities.
These Old Buildings Got a New, Artful Life
April 4 2023
From a 138-year-old historic church to a vacant tube manufacturing building, these projects across the Midwest are staking out space for creativity to shine.
Announcing Phase Two of We the Many
January 18 2023
Midwestern organizations Sacred Pipe Resource Center, For the Love of the Arts, and La Luz Centro Cultural are taking part in the second round of Arts Midwest’s community-based artist-in-residency program.
Over 100 Years in the Making: The Lakota Song Repatriation Project
December 12 2022
An act of preservation in 1911 made way for this living project that reclaims Lakota culture, knowledge and religious freedom.
Not Just Any Kitchen: Sharing Knowledge at Sitting Bull Visitor Center
August 25 2022
A space is truly of the community when it is shaped by the needs of the people it serves. The Sitting Bull Visitor Center in Fort Yates, North Dakota, the...