What art should be displayed in the Minnesota Capitol?

Painting of 1851 treaty signing
A 1905 oil painting of the signing of the Treaty of Traverse des Sioux in 1851, an agreement between the Wahpeton and Sisseton Dakota and the United States Government. The painting now hangs at the Minnesota Capitol, in the Governor's Reception Room and Office.
Image courtesy of Minnesota Historical Society

A panel has been formed to consider the artwork that will ultimately be on display in Minnesota's Capitol building.

MPR News' Tom Weber digs into the history of the artwork that's been displayed there and consider what types of artwork should be on display moving forward.

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