Takuwe | Various Artists
02.15.19 - 05.18.19 | Ruth Brennan Gallery
Artists' Reception 03.29.19 | 5-7pm
Takuwe, which translates as "why" from Lakota into English, is the most recent educational exhibit organized by Craig Howe and the Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies (CAIRNS). The focus of this exhibit is the 1890 massacre of Lakotas at Wounded Knee. Takuwe includes text of the historical context leading up to the massacre, along with additional contemporary information related to land issues and opportunities at Wounded Knee today. Forty-six core Lakota artists created poems, songs and visual artworks related to the 1890 massacre that took place in Wounded Knee, South Dakota. This show includes 28 visual artworks, seven songs, and seven poems.
Exhibit generously sponsored by Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies with additional support from South Dakota Arts Council and Rapid City Arts Council. Special thanks to the Rapid City Police Department.
Dahl Mountain Photo Competition & Exhibition | Various Artists
03.01.19 - 04.20.19 | Inez & Milton Shaver Gallery & Lobby Gallery
This is a juried photography exhibition based on mountain culture. Mountain culture is a lifestyle that includes ideas, values and beliefs that are shared by people thriving in or near a mountainous terrain. There are three exhibit categories that participants can enter their work into: Youth (18 and younger), Adult - Amateur/Hobbyist, and Adult -Experienced/Professional. Visitors are encouraged to vote for the Peg Sagen Memorial People's Choice Award which will be awarded after the exhibit closes.
BHSU Senior Exhibition
03.15.2019 – 04.27.2019 | Sen. Stan Adelstein & Lynda K. Clark Gallery
Works in this exhibition feature BHSU seniors who are graduating in May or December of 2019 with either a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree or a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education for K-12th Art Teaching. 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 and Art Education majors are emerging artists and leaders who are excited to exhibit their capstone pieces at the Dahl Arts Center.
Still photography is permitted for personal, noncommercial use with a hand-held camera/mobile device. Sharing on social media is encouraged! Photographs may not be published, sold, reproduced, transferred, distributed or otherwise commercially exploited. The use of flashes, tripods or video cameras is prohibited unless permission is obtained from the Curator.
Animals are not permitted in the galleries, with the exception of service dogs.