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The Museum Monthly | April '20

Greetings from the South Dakota Art Museum From Home!

We may be closed but we're working from our homes to bring the museum to your home. We've been part of a global Museum From Home community (#museumfromhome) sharing images and information about works in our current exhibitions and collections with art lovers around the world. Closer to home, we've joined with the Brookings Arts Council to encourage everyone to create their own art with daily prompts shared through Facebook and Instagram as the South Dakota Art Challenge (#sdartchallenge). 

It's no substitute for seeing the real thing but for the time-being, we hope it brings joy and inspiration and whets your appetite for visiting us when we're able to reopen. Click the images below to see some of the new content we've added to our website and follow us on Instagram or Facebook to see even more.
Eugene Buechel, Spotted War Bonnet and Family
S.D. Nelson, Buffalo Brother
Grete Bodøgaard, Badlands
Harvey Dunn, Jedediah Smith in the Badlands
John R. Anderson, Tulip Splash
Liz Heeren, Diagram of the Universe 1
Rick Johns, A W.I.P. That's Done
Diana Behl, is only
Jeff Freeman, The Hookah...(detail)
Molly Wicks, one or six
BOG CYCLES; Portals #6; astray with vegetal gods and goddesses
Erica Merchant, Charged and Stacked
Palmer Eide, Fish
Hubert Mathieu, Christy
  • Cooking more? We have wonderful regional cookbooks.
  • Reading more? We have hundreds of great books for all ages.
  • Beading more? We have the best selection of beads around.
  • Entertaining (your kids) more? We have educational toys, Harvey Dunn jigsaw puzzles and even The Grand Museum of Art board game.
  • Staring at your walls more? We have original art for sale including some of the works by the artists in ABSTRACTION: Eight South Dakotans and The Articles of a Treaty. And Harvey Dunn giclee prints of course!
  • Getting out more? We know you're not. But you will be. And you'll want our newest Maika bags.
Contact Pam Adler (pam.adler@sdstate.edu) with your phone # and she'll be happy to help you find exactly what you need. She can ship it or arrange for safe pick-up while we're closed. Our online store (SDArtMuseumStore.com) is never closed and Pam will be shipping out orders during the limited time shel'll be in the store while we're closed.

GETTING TOGETHER

We love seeing you...but since we can't get together in person, we're planning the next best thing: online gatherings using Zoom to bring people together for artist and curator talks and Guild chats. Let us know what topics you'd be interested in learning about and we'll schedule some virtual get togethers. Even if you aren't a Zoom pro yet (aren't we all becoming one? and don't we all wish we'd bought Zoom stock three months ago?), we'll record the sessions so you can watch them as videos whenever you want.
Spring 2019 - SD Art Museum Year in Review
If you need a reminder of what it will be like when you can visit again, here's a look back at March, April and May 2019.
We're here for you even when we're closed. Feel free to call our regular number (605-688-5423) and leave a voicemail or shoot us an email at sdsu.sdam@sdstate.edu.

Stay safe, stay connected and don't lose 💗ART!
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