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Local restaurant exhibits BHSU student's photography

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This untitled photograph by Camron Hoyer, freshman art major from Nashua, Mont., is currently on display at the Chophouse located on Spearfish Canyon Road in Spearfish. Hoyer is one of 22 students displaying work at the restaurant through May 10. The exhibition is by students in the Advanced Studio Lighting Course, taught by local photographer Jerry Rawlings.

Black Hills State University presents an exhibition of photographs by students in the advanced studio lighting course, taught by local photographer Jerry Rawlings. The subject matter is diverse and covers a large variety of photographic techniques.

The work will be displayed April 17 until May 10 at the Chophouse, located at 523 Spearfish Canyon Road in Spearfish.

The students participating are: Tara Arsaga, junior mass communications major from Ipswich; Emily Brown, junior mass communications major from Sioux Falls; Jesse Brown-Nelson, senior mass communications major from Rapid City; Brianne Bussell, sophomore mass communications major from Rapid City; Chad Dahlke, senior mass communications major from Rapid City; Melanie Hamilton, sophomore communication arts major from Rapid City; Heather Harvey, senior art major from Deadwood; Camron Hoyer, freshman art major from Nashua, Mont.; Miranda Huber, junior mass communications major from Piedmont; Jacob Kiley, sophomore mass communications major from Belle Fourche; Sarah Lynde, senior mass communications major from Canton; Aaron Nelson, senior mass communications major from Harrisburg; Jessica O’Brien, senior communication arts major from Rapid City; Stephanie Peterson, junior communication arts major from Rapid City; Sara Pischke, senior mass communications major from Spearfish; Jodi Schaffan, senior mass communications major from McIntosh; Samantha Schmitz, senior mass communications major from Gettysburg; Samantha Schuety, junior mass communications major from Sioux Falls; Bethany Steinhauer, junior mass communications major from Custer; Traci Stone, sophomore mass communications major from Spearfish; Jenna Hillman, junior mass communications major from Mitchell, and Sarah Trapp, sophomore mass communications major from Rawlins, Wyo.

The public is invited to attend a reception for the artists April 24 from 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. For more information contact Rawlings at 641-0362.

 

 

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