Permanent Collection Review

Taube Museum of Art

Dec. 30, 2027, 12:00 am

2 N. Main Street
PHONE 1-701-838-4445

The Lillian & Coleman Taube Museum of Art is a public non-profit organization which was founded in 1970 by a group of patrons interested in creating an art gallery.

The gallery initially located in the Linha home on Hwy 83 North moved to the Ward County Historical Society building located on the North Dakota State Fairgrounds east of Minot. In 1978 Art Gallery was relocated to a second Ward County Historical Society building, the J.E. Harmon House located on the North Dakota State Fairgrounds. In 1997 the organization secured a permanent location and the Minot Art Gallery moved to the newly renovated Union National Bank building located at 2 North Main.

The Lillian & Coleman Taube Museum of Art was initially focused on community arts groups, such as the Minot Area Council of the Arts, the North Dakota Art Gallery Association, and the Mouse River Players. The interest of the founders is to strengthen art of the local region. The museum offers a unique opportunity to experience a variety of visual arts through our events and exhibits.

The Lillian and Coleman Taube Museum of Art is open to the public 12 months of the year, five days a week. Please visit the website for more information.

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