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Minnesota Museum of American Art has a rich legacy of supporting artists through exhibition, employment, enrichment, and acquisition. Artists are the lifeblood of any engaged art museum of the present day.
MMAA believes in artists as creative capital. This is illustrated through exhibitions devoted to American artists and craftspeople of all types and all ages, acquisition of the work of Minnesota artists to represent our arts and culture for future generations of art lovers, including an ongoing Minnesota Triennial, and artists engaged and employed with MMAA as teachers, speakers, participants, models, and mentors.
Our collection includes 4,000 works of art that tell a rich and unique story of American Art, our region, and ourselves. Featured artists include the works of St. Paul artist Paul Manship, the work of Ojibwe painter and sculptor George Morrison, and American masterpieces by Gant Wood and Joan Mitchell.