The Red River Hall
and North Dakota Art
Located between the Governors Gallery and the Adaptation Gallery: Geologic Time, this rotating art gallery features North Dakota artists selected by the North Dakota Council on the Arts.
The “Spirit Trails and Sky Beings” exhibit shares eight rare birch bark scrolls made by Miskomin, or Richard LaFromboise, an Ojibway traditionalist from the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation.
The Sheyenne River Hall
and Birds of North Dakota
The popular Birds of North Dakota exhibit, a mainstay from the original State Museum gallery, has been updated and is located in the Sheyenne River Hall between the Adaptation Gallery: Geologic Time and the Innovation Gallery: Early Peoples.
The Mouse River Hall
and the North Dakota Native American Hall of Honor
Located between the Innovation Gallery: Early Peoples and the Inspiration Gallery: Yesterday and Today, the Mouse River Hall is home to the North Dakota Native American Hall of Honor, developed in partnership with the North Dakota Indian Affairs Commission and the SHSND Foundation.