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For Immediate Release: 07.22.2020

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Denise Du Broy
Rapid City Arts Council 605.394.4101 x2 denise@thedahl.org

WHAT: Celebration of Light: The 25th Annual Members’ Exhibition by the Northern Plains Watercolor Society
EXHIBIT DATES: 08.21.2020 – 10.24.2020
ARTISTS’ RECEPTION: Friday, August 21, 5-7pm | Gallery Critique 3:30pm

WHERE: Inez & Milton Shaver Gallery and Lobby Gallery | Dahl Arts Center WHY: Bringing ART + PEOPLE together

Celebration of Light: The 25th Annual Members’ Exhibition by the Northern Plains Watercolor Society

The Rapid City Arts Council will host the Members’ 25th Annual Celebration of Light Exhibition for the Northern Plains Watercolor Society (NPWS) from August 21 to October 24 in the Inez & Milton Shaver Gallery and Lobby Gallery at the Dahl Arts Center. A reception will be held on Friday, August 21 from 5 – 7pm.

Approximately 45 new watercolor pieces will showcase a cross-section of works created by over 31 NPWS members.

Artist Kim Johnson will judge the works this year. On Friday, August 21 she will offer a critique of the pieces from 3:30 to 5:00, followed by the announcement of artist awards and a reception.

Kim is a signature member of The American Watercolor Society, The National Watercolor Society, Watercolor West, The San Diego Watercolor Society, The Transparent Watercolor Society of America, The Western Federation of Watercolor Societies, and Arizona Watercolor Association. Her works have been featured in Splash 13: Alternative Approaches; Splash 14: Light and Color; Splash 16: Exploring Texture; and Splash 17: Inspiring Subjects. Kim was recently featured in The Art of Watercolour (21st Issue) magazine for her work with canine portraits.

Exhibit generously sponsored by Pat Roseland, South Dakota Arts Council and Rapid City Arts Council.

The Dahl Arts Center galleries are open Monday-Friday, 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 Rapid City Arts Council receives support from generous members and donors, the City of Rapid City, John T. Vucurevich Foundation, BH Area Community Foundation, SD Community Foundation, and the South Dakota Arts Council with funds from the State of South Dakota, through the Department of Tourism and the National Endowment for the Arts. Special Thanks to Bierschbach Equipment and Supply. The Dahl

Arts Center is a municipal facility managed by the Rapid City Arts Council and owned by the City of Rapid City.