UND Art Collections Gallery at the Empire
UND in Grand Forks
Emergence of An Artful Relationship
The exhibition draws attention to the relationship between the University of North Dakota and the city in which it is situated. Since its founding in 1883, the University community has interacted in partnership with Grand Forks in meaningful ways. Artworks and documentary photographs will reveal a visual account of this interaction from the University’s founding to the 1980s. The show features artworks by notable artists, from both on campus and off, ranging from UND’s Margaret Kelly Cable and Paul Barr to Grand Forks Herald cartoonist Stuart McDonald and numerous others.
About the Gallery
Extending art beyond our campus, the UND Art Collections Gallery at the Empire Arts Center features modern and contemporary work by nationally and internationally renowned artists, as well as significant pieces from earlier periods in art history. The Gallery is also committed to exhibiting works by local artists, acknowledging the contribution of long-standing, influential members of the regional art community.
Educational programs invite the artists and highly respected scholars and curators to discuss each exhibition with the public.
For more information, contact the UND Department of Art & Design at 701.777.2257.
Hours of Operation
Noon – 5 p.m.
10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Empire Arts Center
415 Demers Ave.
Grand Forks, ND