Gregory Euclide explores the relationship between the environment and American culture by using both natural and human-made materials.
New in 2015, this gallery is home to rotating exhibits featuring contemporary Native American art with an emphasis on pieces from the Permanent Collection.
Three photographers, including South Dakota native Nick Hruby, examine the universal visual stories that emerge after personal loss.
Featuring works from our Permanent Collection in fiber, clay and wood—nature’s media.
Mark McGinnis is a South Dakota native creating large scale installations and painting series that address themes ranging from politics to religion and war
Life's lost lessons such as cursive writing, knitting, writing a friendly letter and many more lessons are on display to refresh our memory!
A collection of 1940s LIFE Magazines on display.
Ages 6-9. Free. No registration required.