ABERDEEN, S.D. – South Dakota artist Dick Termes, whose acclaimed Termespheres® have been recognized worldwide, will be a visiting artist at Northern State University Nov. 6-8.
Termes’ NSU visit will include a free, public lecture 7-8 p.m. Nov. 6 in the Johnson Fine Arts Center Berggren Recital Hall.
An internationally renowned artist, Termes is creator of the Termesphere, described on his website as a revolving three-dimensional space/time exploration of an entirely closed universe. As part of his NSU visit, Termespheres will be on display in the JFAC lobby Nov. 6-Dec. 17.
“Termes is visiting during the annual NSU Art Department High School Workshop Day on Nov. 7,” said Associate Professor of Art and Northern Galleries Director Dr. Greg Blair.
Along with workshops by NSU art faculty members, Termes will also offer a workshop to the 100-150 high school students expected to attend. On Nov. 8, Termes will present a workshop on six-point perspective to Northern art students.
“Termes’ residency is the result of a significant partnership with South Dakota Public Broadcasting,” said NSU School of Fine Arts Dean Dr. Kenneth Boulton.
For more information about Termes, visit the Termesphere Gallery website.
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