The Minnesota Museum of American Art is one of the oldest visual arts organizations in Minnesota, with roots stretching back to the 19th century. Founded in 1894 as the St. Paul School of Fine Arts, the Museum was formally incorporated in 1927, when it began collecting works of art for instructional purposes. Today, the Minnesota Museum of American Art holds more than 4,500 artworks that showcase the unique voice of American artists. Guided by the belief that art should reflect the constantly shifting landscape that defines the American experience. Our responsive exhibitions connect diverse audiences with subjects and issues that are relevant and engaging. We listen intently to the diversity of voices in our community, learning from our exchanges with those we work alongside.
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