How a Grain Silo in Norway Became a Global Modern Art Destination

Sometimes architecture becomes art in its own right. And while we’ve become almost immune to seeing them, grain elevators represent some of North Dakota’s most iconic architecture. But what happens to them after their use serving agriculture ends? In Norway, one of them was repurposed to hold a $46 million art collection. And it’s stunning.

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Street art proving to be travel-worthy in India

On the other side of the world, people in India are traveling to see street art after Delhi’s Lodhi Colony laid claim to being the country’s first public art district. Get the story from Quartz, and consider whether Minot’s emerging street art movement and reputation as a regional arts center is an overlooked opportunity to

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