imPULSE: Peter Reichardt and Andres Torres
August 1 – November 26 , 2017
Artist Reception: November 16, 5 - 7 pm
This exhibition is a two person show featuring SDSU School of Design faculty member, Peter Reichardt, and recent MFA graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Andres Torres.
Harvey Dunn: War Works from the Permanent Collection
March 31 – August 27, 2017
In honor of the 100 year anniversary of the U.S. entry into WWI on April 6, 2017, this exhibition features Harvey Dunn’s war imagery from the Permanent Collection of SDAM. It includes Attack, Battleground, The Return, Gunfire, Streetfighting, Crossing a Pontoon Bridge, (untitled) Red Cross, (untitled) WWI Soldier, Oliver Staggered Over and Entered Major Worsley's Quarters and the two new acquisitions of a WWI battlefield woodcut and the illustration, Alongside G.I. Joe All the Way.
HORSES: Illustrations by Paul Goble
April 7 – August 27, 2017
This exhibition features illustrations by Paul Goble containing images of horses. Books featured will include Lone Bull’s Horse Raid, The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses, The Gift of the Sacred Dog, Death of the Iron Horse, The Great Race, Iktomi and the Buffalo Skull, Love Flute, Remaking the Earth, and Dream Wolf.
The Horse Nation of the Očhéthi Šakówiŋ
April 25 – August 20, 2017
This exhibition is organized by The Heritage Center at Red Cloud Indian School (Pine Ridge, SD), in partnership with artist Keith BraveHeart (Oglala Lakota). Original artworks from people of the Očhéthi Šakówiŋ (Lakota, Dakota, Nakota) that are related to and inspired by the Šúŋka Wakȟáŋ Oyáte (Horse Nation) were collected through a community informed process, open call and/or invitation.
HORSES: From the Permanent Collection
May 31 – September 24, 2017
This exhibition features artworks from the permanent collection of SDAM that contain horse imagery. It will provide multi-cultural perspectives, including works by Harvey Dunn, Albin Henning, Charles Hargens, Charles Greener, Oscar Howe, Arthur Amiotte, Robert Penn and Herman Red Elk, amongst others.
Marghab linens were made on the Island of Madeira from 1933-1980. With nearly 250 embroidery firms located on the Island, Marghab adhered to the strict guidelines of "Madeira" embroidery. This encompassed the use of 18 basic stitches and one technique. "Madeiran Stitchery" will feature each stitch and technique with examples from the Marghab Collection.