Lillian and Coleman Taube Museum of Art
2 North Main Street, Minot, ND 58703
Tuesday-Friday: 10:30 am-5:30 pm, Saturday: 11:00 am-4:00 pm
The Taube’s founding organization began in 1970. The museum moved to their current location in August, 1997.
The Taube Museum primarily features contemporary art from local, regional, and national artists, as well as international artists.
Special Events and Programs
There are loads of special events at the Taube!
Artfest, North Dakota Student Art Show, Artcards Fundraiser, Soup It Up!, Run for the Arts, Great Tomato Festival, Small Works Art, Revel in the Rubble, exhibits and auctions, and more!
See the Calendar of Events for more information.
Adult Art Class: Paint the Town Red offered on a monthly basis.
Educational programs include Goodnight, Art!, Gallery on Wheels, August Art Camp, A Start in Art, Paint a Purple Cow, Summer “Art”ventures, Youth Arts Month, Art Birthday Parties, and Tours with Art Activities.
Click the link to see more educational opportunities.
A little nostalgia and a long history
The building at 2 North Main has a long history. It began as the Jacobsen’s Hardware Store and Opera House in the early 1900s. In 1923, the building caught fire and sustained extensive damage. Jacobsen’s did not want to rebuild due to finances. So the small bank that was in the corner of the building bought the property and rebuilt into the Union National Bank. In the 1960s, the bank moved to a different more modern location.
2 North Main was then a USO for about ten years. After that, it sat empty for over 20 years and was then gifted to the Minot Art Association (our previous organization name).
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