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Signe Stuart: Events in Time and Space

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Signe Stuart: Events in Time and Space is a six-decade retrospective of Signe Stuart's works beginning in the early 1960's. Her approach to art making relies on experimentation with painting materials and forms, often breaking from the standard rectangle and concepts of framing. This exhibition features many of her paper pieces, sewn canvas works, scrolls and an installation.

Stuart was a visual art professor at SDSU for 22 years (1972-1994) and has lived and worked in diverse regions of the United States: East Coast, Pacific Northwest, Northern Plains and Southwest, residing now in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Exhibition News Release

replay: Signe Stuart Artist Talk | Oct. 21, 2023 | Opening reception

replay: Signe Stuart Artist Talk | Nov. 17, 2020 | Guild Program

Explore Stuart's Work


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This exhibition and corresponding programs are made possible through the generosity of:

Venance and Deborah LengkeekSouth Dakota Humanities Council

Reyna MartinDr. David and Patricia MeyerDorothy and Jim MorganSouth Dakota State University School of Design

South Dakota State University College of Arts, Humanities and Social SciencesSouth Dakota State University Office of Academic Affairs

AnonymousMildred K. HugghinsBill and Rita Larson

Significant operational support for the South Dakota Art Museum is provided by South Dakota State University. Additional support is provided by the South Dakota Arts Council (with funds from the State of South Dakota, through the Department of Tourism and the National Endowment for the Arts) and museum members and donors The South Dakota Humanities Council is an affiliate program of the National Endowment for the Humanities.