Located at the University of Minnesota, the Weisman is a teaching museum. Housed in a stainless steel and brick building designed by architect Frank Gehry, whose design for the museum won a Progressive Architecture Design Award in 1991.
The collection includes over 20,000 works of art with a concentration in American modernism, ceramics, Mimbres pottery, and Korean furniture. Several major exhibitions are offered each year.
1970s posters address anti-war, environmental, and other political and community issues
Presents books that are banned in U.S. incarceration facilities
Work by artists from four major indigenous artistic traditions in India
100 works by a pioneering woman artist