South Dakota Art Museum is hosting a free public reception to celebrate the contemporary Japanese ceramics exhibition currently on view. Light Japanese appetizers, Japanese tea and Green Tea ice cream from the SDSU Dairy will be served.
At 5:45 a film will be shown in the auditorium providing a comprehensive overview of the origins and aesthetics of the 55 pieces featured in the exhibition. The film's narrator is Gordon Brodfuehrer, the collector of the works in the exhibition. For more information about this exhibition, visit: Nature, Tradition and Innovation: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics from the Gordon Brodfuehrer Collection.
This reception will also be an opportunity to view works in the other current exhibitions:
- Harvey Dunn: War Works (opens August 28)
- My Hero! Contemporary Art & Superhero Action
- Heroes, Saviors & Triumphs: Illustrations by Paul Goble
- Harvey Dunn: Illustrations
- Marghab Linens
Parking is available just west of the Art Museum on Harvey Dunn Street (in the Museum's free lot and after 4:00 in the lot in front of West Hall). There is also parking available behind Scobey Hall) without permit after 4:00 and also on the street. Handicapped parking is available immediately west of the museum on Harvey Dunn Street and in the Museum's parking lot on Harvey Dunn Street.