Dahl Mountain Photography Competition & Exhibition
02.25.2022 - 04.16.2022
Inez & Milton Shaver & Lobby Galleries
The RCAC, in conjunction with the RC Journal is once again providing professional and amateur photographers an opportunity to showcase their latest mountain culture photographs. Each year, we receive over 150 entries from over 50 photographers in the region. This is Dahl Mountain’s 18th consecutive year. This exhibition is juried by three professional guest photographers. The three categories are Adult Professional, Adult Amateur and Youth (18 and under).
Am I Alone | Erica Harvery | 2021 Best of Show
Northern Plains Native Americans: A Modern Wet Play Perspective
Shane Balkowitsch "Shadow Catcher"
04.08.2022 - 08.06.2022
Ruth Brennan Gallery
Shane Balkowitsch has completely devoted himself to mastering the historic wet plate photographic process. His goal is to capture the “human condition” through his form of image making. This process is one of the earliest forms of photography, dating back to 1848-51. This exhibition will consist of wet plate photographs of Northern Plains Native Americans.
Shane is a self-taught large format photographer from Bismark, North Dakota. He is one of fewer than 1,000 wet plate collodion artists practicing around the world. His works are held in prestigious institutions, including the State Historical Society of North Dakota and the Smithsonian Institution.
This exhibition benefits the American Indian College Fund.
Black Hills State University Art Majors Exhibition
04.15.2022 - 05.28.2022
Senator Stan Adelstein & Lynda K. Clark Gallery
Works in this exhibition feature BHSU seniors who are graduating in May or December of 2022 with either a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree or a Bachelor of Science degree in Education for K-12 Art Teaching. The exhibition will feature 25-28 students with a wide variety of mediums, techniques, and concentrations. The artwork will include painting, photography, sculpture, mixed media, graphic design, etc. The class of 2022 Fine Arts and Art Education majors are emerging artists and leaders who are excited to exhibit their capstone pieces at the Dahl Arts Center.
Art Provided by Katie Wolff