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Create, Inspire, Design, Perform

Are you an artist, a musician or an actor?  Perhaps you prefer to be a spectator?

At USD, there are numerous opportunities to create, inspire, design and perform.  USD's College of Fine Arts offers top-notch student plays, musical productions and art exhibitions. 

Walk Around the Campus

If you're interested in music history, the National Music Museum is one of the great institutions of its kind in the world. Its renowned collections include more than 14,500 instruments from virtually all historical periods.  There's also the University Art Galleries with a collection of more than 1,600 pieces of work by international, national, regional and local artists.  Or the Oscar Howe Gallery which holds the largest collection of work by the internationally celebrated American Indian artist.  Walk around campus and visit The Warren M. Lee Center for the Fine Arts, a state-of-the-art facility which hosts dozens of concerts and events each month.

Get Involved

Join a student organization for theatre, music or art. If you enjoy poetry, readings or discussions, we have an organization for that too.

At The University of South Dakota, there's always something extraordinary to see or do.

Arts and Culture

College of Fine Arts

Warren M. Lee Center for the Fine Arts The state-of-the-art Warren M. Lee Center for the Fine Arts includes studios, galleries, labs, concert halls and a 450-seat proscenium theatre.