The University of South Dakota Department of Theatre is excited to announce its 2023-2024 season, which will include interesting and inspiring theatre from across the decades and features a special guest performance from Spiderwoman Theater.
Through their community art group, Mural On The Wall (OTW), artists Amber Hansen and Reyna Hernandez are inspiring engagement and conversation in rural communities in South Dakota and beyond.
The University of South Dakota is introducing an innovative new program – the Bachelor of Science in music with a specialization in industry and technology – aimed at students who want to pursue a career in the music industry but don’t want to follow the conventional path of becoming performers or teachers.
University of South Dakota alumnus Joe Williams ’07 is driven by intentionality. From bringing Native American art to larger audiences to elevating the voices of Native creative leaders through a well-known podcast, Williams is intentional with everything he does.
The University of South Dakota University Art Galleries will celebrate the legacy of Oscar Howe and his artwork with “The Howe Legacy Across Four Generations Exhibition,” which will be on display in the John A. Day Gallery Aug. 28 - Oct. 13.
Lauren Paul, a recent graduate of the University of South Dakota College of Fine Arts, received a third-place award in the National Student Auditions national competition, an event sponsored by the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), on July 8.
For over 30 years, the Oscar Howe Summer Art Institute (OHSAI) at the University of South Dakota College of Fine Arts has upheld the legacy of Oscar Howe and inspired the next generation of Native American artists.