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ALL DUNN: The Complete Harvey Dunn Collection

South Dakota Art Museum 1036 Medary Ave, Brookings

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the opening of the South Dakota Art Museum, its entire collection of artworks by South Dakota native, Harvey Dunn, is on display.* A legendary figure in South Dakota art history, Dunn was born in 1884 on a homestead near De Smet, SD. He attended South Dakota Agricultural College [...]

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Paranormal Investigations of the Adams House

Historic Adams House 22 Van Buren St, Deadwood

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact:  Rose Speirs Deadwood History, Inc. 605-722-4800 September 28, 2020   Paranormal Investigations of the Adams House DEADWOOD – Deadwood History, Inc. and Black Hills Paranormal Investigations (BHPI) will host Paranormal Investigations of the Historic Adams House on October 9 and 10, October 16 and 17, and October 23 and 24, [...]

Ongoing

Land Images: Sculptures and Drawings by Brian Leo

Eide/Dalrymple Gallery 2001 S Grange Avenue, Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Date: October 15 - November 20, 2020 Times: Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sat., 1-4 p.m. Location: Eide/Dalrymple Gallery Ticket Info: Free The Eide/Dalrymple Gallery at Augustana University opens “Land Images: Sculptures and Drawings by Brian Leo,” which will be on view beginning on Thursday, October 15, through Friday, November 20. A virtual gallery [...]

Angels and Demons: The Medieval Mystery Plays

Online

Theatre in the Middle Ages featured short Mystery plays: stories from the Bible that were used to explore questions of divinity and humanity. Members of various guilds in towns across Western Europe each produced one of the plays, which explored the conflict of good and evil in the mortal, the divine and the demonic. Written [...]

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