South Dakota State University Visual Arts Faculty Exhibit

April 5–Sept 1, 2024
Reception Free First Friday: April 5th, 5–8pm


University Gallery, Washington Pavilion

301 S. Main Ave.
Sioux Falls, SD


Exhibitors: Hamid Amini, Diana Behl, Shannon Frewaldt, Peter Reichardt, Erik Ritter, Mel Spinar, Tim Steele, Mark Stemwedel, Marisa TenBrink, and Kristy Weaver

Cultivating Creativity is one of four documentaries featuring artists from the state of South Dakota, and produced with support and collaboration from the Art Bridges Foundation, the South Dakota Art Museum, and South Dakota Public Broadcasting. This series is available to educators to provide virtual field trip experiences for children. Following the video viewing, the South Dakota Art Museum provides classrooms and teachers with materials and project ideas to engage in their own creative explorations inspired by the artists' work and concepts.

Timelapse
2023.12.11

7th Louisiana Biennial: Timelapse
January 22–February 20, 2024


Juror: Laura Blereau
Curator of Exhibitions at Newcomb Art Museum of Tulane University, New Orleans


Louisiana Tech University School of Design Galleries

F Jay Taylor Visual Arts Center (TVAC)

1 Mayfield Avenue

Ruston, LA 71272

Two Step
2023.8.1

Group exhibit at Ipso Gallery
August 11 – September 22, 2023
Reception: Friday, August 11 / 6-8pm


Ipso Gallery is located in Fresh Produce at 400 N Main Ave, Unit 100 in Sioux Falls, SD
Image courtesy of the gallery

Articulation of Nuance and Time featuring works by Rick Johns, Liz Hereen,
Derek Meier, Diana Behl, Jesse Bell and Ryohei Okuno (Pongri)


March 6-April 4, 2023
John A. Day Gallery, University of South Dakota
Warren M. Lee Center For The Arts, Vermillion, SD
Gallery hours: M–F, 9am–5pm


Image courtesy of the gallery


In the garden with you

solo exhibit
Kiehle Gallery, St. Cloud State University
St. Cloud, MN
February 27–March 30, 2023
Reception + Q&A with Professor Justin Quinn: Feb 27, 1pm


Graphic layout designed by SDSU student Gayle Hansen


South Dakota Art Museum: Feb 11-May 14, 2023

Reception: Feb. 16th, 4:30-7pm


John A. Day Gallery: Jun 19-Aug 4, 2023
Washington Pavilion: Aug 25-Nov 12, 2023
Dahl Arts Center: Dec 8, 2023-Mar 30, 2024 


X and photographed by Larry Gawel

South Dakota Arts Council support is provided with funds from the State of South Dakota, through the Department of Tourism, and the National Endowment for the Arts.


Fall 2022 
2022.7.17

The recorded history catalog

Two-person exhibit with Andrew Kosten
Cyrus M. Running Gallery, Concordia College
Moorhead, MN
October 4–November 20, 2022
Reception: October 4, 4-5:30pm with artist remarks at 4:30pm


Virtual Lecture • Visiting Artist Series

Hosted by SUNY Plattsburgh Art Department

Monday, October 17, 2022
6:30 CST / 7:30 EST


Beyond the Norm
University Galleries of Illinois State University
Normal, IL

October 27–December 18, 2022


Extreme Pressure

CF Webber Gallery, College of Central Florida
Ocala, FL
September 8–22, 2022

Lane / Line
2022.4.13

Lane / Line two-person exhibit with Kristen Martincic
MCC Gallery of Art & Design
829 N. 204th St., Omaha, NE

June 7-July 6, 2022
Reception: Tues, June 7, 6-8pm | Gallery chat: 7pm


The art gallery is located just inside of the main doors.
Parking passes are not needed to use the parking lot.


Gallery Hours

M: 9am–4pm
T+TH: 9am–7pm
W: 11am–7pm
F: 9am–2pm


Exhibit installation images by Larry Gawel are shared here.


February 17, 2022, 4pm EST via Zoom
Hosted by the UVA Department of Art / Charlottesville, VA


In conjunction with Lonely Hearts: New Prints 2021/Summer, join us on Tuesday, August 10 at 7 pm ET for our last online artist conversation with exhibiting artists Diana Behl, Ellen Lesperance, and Austin Nash. In this dialogue moderated by Jenn Bratovich, International Print Center New York's Exhibitions and Curatorial Manager, the artists will discuss how their unique approaches to constraint, process, and abstraction—using writing prompts, a daily print practice, and archival research and the grid—inform their works. 


Update: the recording is now available to watch on YouTube