Galbraith, from Sioux Falls, S.D., studied art for the past four and a half years with an emphasis in Photography. Her work includes experimental film work, mixed media, and abstract images. Combining her love of Photography and Film, Alison's dream career is to be a Director of Photography for films/television/commercials.

Nehlich, from Aberdeen, S.D., will graduate in May 2015 with a B.F.A. in Painting and a minor in Art History. Her work presses against the boundaries of what most would consider painting and perhaps even Fine Art. After graduation, Elizabeth plans on attending graduate school and hopes to curate in a museum or gallery space one day.

La Brie, from Yankton, S.D., studied art and design during the last four and a half years. La Brie is passionate about design and the influence it has on our everyday life. His current work starts a conversation on the history, stories and connections behind the objects we hold on to.

Kim, from South Korea, studied art for the past five years with an emphasis in Printmaking. His work includes the combination of two different Printmaking media, which are Screen Printing and Lithography. His current body of work narrates his cultural background and more specifically, a history and relationship between Korea and Japan.

Mathisen, from Atlantic, Iowa, studied art for four and half years with an emphasis in Ceramics. She is interested in sculpting the human form with clay using a variety of explored techniques and processes. Her current body of work expresses personal narratives through figures sculpted in sleeping positions with added symbolic imagery extracted from dreams.

The exhibition is open to the public Tuesday, Dec. 2 through Friday, Dec. 12.  A reception for the artists is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 5 from 6-8 p.m. For more information, contact Cory Knedler, chair of the department of art, at (605) 677-5637 or

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