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Denise Du Broy

Rapid City Arts Council

Dahl Arts Center

605.394.4101 x206

denise@thedahl.org

 

WHAT: Black Hills State University Graduate Exhibit

EXHIBIT DATES:  03.15.2019– 04.27.2019

ARTISTS’ RECEPTION: Friday, March 15, 5-7pm | Art Professor’s Talk 5:45pm

WHERE: Sen. Stan Adelstein & Lynda K. Clark Gallery| Dahl Arts Center

WHY: Bringing ART + PEOPLE together

 

The Rapid City Arts Council (RCAC) is pleased to announce Black Hills State University Graduate Exhibit. The show will be located in the Sen. Stan Adelstein & Lynda K. Clark Gallery of the Dahl Arts Center and will run from Friday, March 15, through Saturday, April 27. As part of the show, the RCAC will hold an opening reception for the Black Hills State University Graduating Students on Friday, March 15, from 5 – 7pm.

 

Works in this exhibition feature BHSU seniors who have graduated in December 2018 or will graduate in May of 2019 with either a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree with an emphasis in Photography, Graphic Design, and Studio Art, or a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Education for K-12 Art Teaching or Mass Communication.  The exhibition will feature a variety of mediums, techniques, and concentrations as each student is responsible for creating their own personal visual narratives through their bodies of work. The class of 2019 Fine Arts, Art Education, and Mass Communication majors are emerging artists and leaders who are excited to exhibit their capstone pieces at the Dahl Arts Center. This is the 1st year that BHSU has seniors graduating with these degrees exhibiting art at the Dahl Arts Center.

 

This exhibit is sponsored by BHSU College Liberal Arts Fund, Desy Schoenewies, the BHSU Photography Programs, South Dakota Arts Council and the Rapid City Arts Council.

 

Special thanks to Bierschbach Equipment and Supply.

 

Images available upon request.

 

The Dahl Arts Center galleries are open Monday-Friday, 10am – 6pm and Saturday, 10am – 5pm, Admission is free; however, for those with the ability to pay, donations are encouraged and appreciated. For more information about upcoming exhibits, visit thedahl.org.

 

The Dahl Arts Center is a municipal facility managed by the Rapid City Arts Council and receives support from generous members and donors, the City of Rapid City, Allied Arts Fund, the South Dakota Arts Council through the Department of Tourism and State Development, and the National Endowment for the Arts.