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School of Fine Arts
Greg Blair, Northern Galleries Director
 
Spafford Hall 206A
1200 S. Jay St.
Aberdeen, S.D. 57401
 
Phone: 605-626-7766
E-mail: Greg Blair
 

 

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NSU Galleries
 

Annual Juried Student Exhibition 

March 21-28, 2014

Student Center Gallery 

Our annual Juried Student Exhibition will open March 21 in the Student Center Gallery, and will be on display until March 28. This exhibition features 23 artworks selected by Dakota State University professors Nathan and Cassie Edwards.

 

The opening reception will be from 6-8 p.m. Friday in the Student Center. The jurors will discuss their selection process and hand out awards.

 

Selected Works from 2014 Juried Student Exhibition

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The Northern Galleries mission is to enhance the beauty, educational opportunities and cultural climate of NSU and northeast South Dakota through the presentation of professional art exhibitions.
 
 
We maintain an energetic program supported by four main gallery areas:
 
 
 
Isaac Lincoln Gallery
Our main gallery space, the Isaac Lincoln Gallery is the only venue of its kind in northeast South Dakota for the exhibition of nationally or internationally recognized contemporary artists.
 
Student Center Gallery
This venue usually is dedicated to work done by our students.
 
President's Gallery
This display area usually features semester-long exhibits of guest-artist works or pieces from our permanent collection.
 
Faculty Gallery
 
 
The Northern galleries operate mostly between September and May. The President's Gallery and the Student Center Gallery operate throughout the summer. Though individual gallery hours may vary, generally they are open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
 
The Northern galleries are free and open to the public.
 
 
Student interaction with artwork and artists, through the exhibitions presented in the Northern galleries, is a core element in the curricular programming of the Art Department.  This involves critical analysis writing, small group discussion, and interactive dialogue.