Art Gallery Schedule

Art Gallery Schedule

The DSU fine arts gallery features a variety of fine arts mediums created by visiting artists, local artists, and the university's facility and students.
Located on the Main Campus in the lower level of Klinefelter Hall.
Open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday thru Friday.
 
For more information on the gallery or about the Fine Arts program at DSU, contact Mr. Greg Walter at 701-483-2154

 

2014-2015 Schedule

September

invitation to Fulton Snavely showSeptember 4-26
Visiting artists Sarah Snavely and Cris Fulton
Ceramic sculpture and pastels from Bowman, ND

 

October

September 29 to October 30
DSU gallery William Bukowski showVisiting artist William Bukowksi from Mankato, MN
Landscape and still life paintings

 

November

America's 2000: Best of the Best

 

December

DSU Community Arts and Crafts Show

 

About the DSU Art Gallery

compiled by Rhonda Walter-Frojen, DSU Drawing Instructor

The Dickinson State University Art Gallery began operation in 1972 by Dennis Navrat, a Professor of Art at DSU, under the name of Mind's Eye Gallery. Located in Stoxen Library, the only arts gallery in Dickinson was a cooperative venture of the Department of Art, The Badlands Art Association, and Stoxen Library. All three provided operational funds.

In August of 1997, the Dickinson State University Art Gallery was moved to its present location, in the newly remodeled Klinelfelter Hall on the main campus. Located on the lower level of Klinefelter Hall, the gallery has seventy-one running feet of usable wall space. The name was changed to Dickinson State University Art Gallery.

The mission of the DSU Fine Arts Gallery is to address the visual arts educational and cultural needs of southwestern North Dakota. This goal is accomplished through individual exhibitions by emerging artists, touring shows by established artists, guest artist presentations and workshops, art demonstrations, and group shows sponsored by local schools and the Dickinson State University Art Department. Typically, ten to eleven visual art exhibitions are scheduled during the academic year, September through June.

Support for the gallery comes from Dickinson State University, private donations and the North Dakota Council on the Arts, which is funded by the state of North Dakota and the National Endowment for the Arts.