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Students hold exhibit at Washington Pavilion

SDSU student exhibit at Washington Pavilion
SDSU students will have an exhibit in the Young Artists Gallery in the Visual Arts Center at the Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls. The exhibit opens April 8 and runs through Aug. 21.

Fourteen South Dakota State University students will hold an exhibit in the Young Artists Gallery in the Visual Arts Center at the Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls. The exhibit, A Gateway to Place Between, opens April 8 with a 5 p.m. reception. It will be on display until Aug. 21.
 
"To have my work exhibited at the Washington Pavilion is an exciting and honorable achievement in my artistic career,” said Breanna Rechtenbaugh, a senior from Sioux Falls majoring in studio art education. “I have grown up visiting exhibits at Washington Pavilion and never had I thought that one day I'd be visiting to see my own work. I am thankful for the opportunity to have my work shown with other amazing student artists."
 
Other students exhibiting are:

  • Kjerstin Aspaas, Sioux Falls
  • Joshua Carr, Yankton
  • Jennifer Cook, Brookings
  • Brandi Dirks, Madison
  • Cora Harris, Sioux Falls
  • Hayley Olson, Dakota Dunes
  • Duncan Raney, Sioux Falls
  • Alyssa Regnier, Canby, Minnesota
  • Kendal Schreier, Belle Fourche
  • Matthew Scott, Marshall, Minnesota
  • Rachael Selberg, Sioux Falls
  • Kenzie Shubert, Brookings
  • Cheyenne Spooner, Watertown