Art may appear anywhere you turn at UND thanks to our Living Museum. You might see an 18th century painting in one building and then an Andy Warhol screen print in another.
Expanding art beyond the confining walls of a traditional museum building, the Living Museum does much more than decorate the campus. It is a very important part of educating students, allowing us to teach and research what art is and is not.
The Living Museum places artworks at numerous satellite gallery locations throughout campus. Some collections are permanent and others rotate—while all pieces are handled with a professional standard of care.
President’s Office, Twamley Hall
The UND Presidential Portfolio 2010 is a portable “gallery in a box” containing 13 matted prints from UND visiting artists.
Indian Studies Department, O’Kelly Hall
Displays Native American objects from the Merry Claymore Ketterling Collection.
Chester Fritz Library
In addition to the East Asia Room, a new gallery was opened in 2011.