Black Hills State University art professor Ann Porter will exhibit her “Saints and Stuffies” artwork at North Idaho College in the Boswell Hall Corner Gallery. The exhibition opens Sept. 6 and will be open to the public until Nov. 4.
The Black Hills State University Foundation is pleased to announce that a new music scholarship, The Flora Menzel Lee Memorial Music Scholarship, has been established to benefit future music teachers. Kevin Kaitfors, music major from Spearfish, is the first recipient of the annual $500 scholarship.
Four members of the Black Hills State University art faculty have been juried into the Seventh Biennial Governor’s Exhibition.
Black Hills State University was again selected as one of the Top 200 Colleges for Native Americans by Winds of Change magazine.
Black Hills State University has just announced an innovative program that will offer students in the region an opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree for about $15,000.
The Office of Academic Affairs at Black Hills State University in Spearfish, S.D. has released the Dean’s List for the spring 2016 semester. A total of 690 students maintained a grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 or higher while taking at least 12 credit hours.
Black Hills State University received approval from the South Dakota Board of Regents today to offer new bachelor of fine arts (BFA) degrees in graphic design, photography, and studio art.
The new BFA programs recognize the national standards for visual arts and communications by moving to a professional degree accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD). The degree also provides an advantage to students wishing to attend graduate school to pursue a master of fine arts (MFA) degree in any art-related field.
Recent Black Hills State University graduate Caitlin Hill will publish essays in two national publications: Silk Road Review and Superstition Review.
The Black Hills State University student-run newspaper, Jacket Journal, won first place in a nationwide competition from the American Scholastic Press Association (ASPA).
Black Hills State University recognized faculty and staff retirements, milestone anniversaries, and accomplishments during the annual Employee Awards Reception held recently.
The 46th Annual North American Indian Women’s Association Conference will be held in the He Sapa (Black Hills) of South Dakota June 12-15, 2016. This year’s conference theme is, “Winyan T’a Woop’e: Winyan Wicao hap’e (Law of Women: Virtues of our Lakota Women).
Black Hills State University candidates for graduation were awarded master, bachelor, associate degrees during the University’s 171st commencement ceremony earlier this month.
Two comedies and an old-style musical arrive at Black Hill State University next month for Summer Stage 2016. Tickets are on sale now.
Black Hills State University professor of American Indian Studies, Dr. John Glover, and Native Educational Endeavors, Inc. have been awarded a grant for $39,744 by the Indian Land Tenure Foundation to offer a Black Hills State University comprehensive online Indian Lands course.
Black Hills State University art students and faculty participated in a printmaking project that used leftover scraps to create prints that will be shown nationally and internationally.
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