Steve Babbitt, Black Hills State University mass communications professor, and Dr. Randall Royer, BHSU music professor, are currently displaying their photography in “Endless Imagination: The South Dakota Governor’s Third Biennial Art Exhibition.”

The show features a diverse exhibit of artwork from South Dakota artists. The project's mission is to recognize and encourage South Dakota artists to promote the artistic identity of South Dakota, and to celebrate the cultural and artistic heritage and future of South Dakota.

The juried art show, which is currently on display at the Journey Museum in Rapid City, contains 54 pieces that were selected from more than 420 entries.

The exhibit will remain on display in Rapid City through April 12.  It will travel throughout South Dakota during the year, with exhibitions planned at Dakotah Prairie Museum in Aberdeen; the South Dakota Art Museum in Brookings; the University of South Dakota Galleries in Vermillion and the South Dakota Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre.

Babbitt has been teaching classes in journalism and photography at BHSU since 1994. He holds a master's of fine arts degree in photography from San Francisco Art Institute.

Royer holds a master’s degree in music education from the University of Wyoming. He received his doctorate in music education from the University of Utah in 1996 and joined the BHSU faculty in 1997.

Silos          by Steve Babbitt