The World Inside Andrew Kosten's Brookings Basement

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Intaglio printmaker Andrew Kosten conjures up an alternate world of strange, oddly familiar creatures.

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Unearthing SDPB's Oscar Howe Archives

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SDPB went digging in the basement archives to come up with two video treasures about one of South Dakota's greatest artists.

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What's so interesting about "That's Interesting"?

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An exhibit at Sioux Falls' Ipso Gallery looks at the stuff that becomes ideas that become stuff.

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From Lagos to Lemmon

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Sculptor John Lopez teams up with Nigerian artists Dotun Popoola and Jonathan Imafidor to create Boss Cowman Square in downtown Lemmon.

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New Children’s Book Tells the Story of Oscar Howe

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With the new children’s book Native American Master Artist: Oscar Howe, two South Dakota educators and a Minneapolis-based graphic-designer have teamed up to tell the story of the great Dakota artist.

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Oscar Howe's Wounded Knee Massacre, a Rarely Seen Masterpiece

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The disquieting master work by one of our greatest artists was spurned at its reception, and has seldom been seen since.

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Gregory Euclide's Unframing Lands View Feels at Home Among the Glacial Lakes

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The Minnesota-based artist's new exhibit at the South Dakota Art Museum invokes the frigid beauty of the upper Midwest.

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Paul High Horse Exhibit Opens Friday in Rapid City

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An exhibit of paintings and mixed media by the artist opens Friday at The Sioux Indian Museum in Rapid City.

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The University of South Dakota Hosts the Oscar Howe Summer Art Institute

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Over the past couple of weeks, 20 high school students’ from around the state and region have been taking an a summer art camp known as the Oscar Howe Summer Art Institute. This event took place at the Warren M. Lee Center for the Fine Arts on the campus of the University of South Dakota.

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This Summer at the Journey Museum, Oscar Howe: A Centennial Celebration

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This weekend, the Journey Museum and Learning Center in Rapid City opens a summer exhibit recognizing 100 years of Oscar Howe’s barrier-breaking impact on art.

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Art Auction At Christie's Sets Record

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This week, the art world saw two record breaking sales in the same auction. At Christie’s sale entitled “Looking Forward to the Past," Pablo Picasso's “Les Femmes d’Alger (Version ‘O’)” sold for $179.4 million (with fees), shattering the previous record of $142.4 million for most expensive painting sold at auction. 

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A Few Ways to Celebrate Oscar Howe's 100th Birthday

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Next Wednesday marks a century since the visionary artist was born at Joe Creek. Here's a few ways to enrich your own imagination through the legacy he left behind.

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