Art Guild Zoom Program: Jessie Rasche Studio Tour - Tuesday June 16, 9:45 - 11:00 am Central Time
Virtual Guild Program: Join us for a live discussion via Zoom with artist, Jessie Rasche, speaking from her studio in Brookings, South Dakota. Jessie will give us a tour of her studio, show us finished and in-process paintings and narrate a time-lapsed video of a longer painting demonstration!
Presented by: Craig Pahl, Brookings Area Master Gardener
What are microgreens? Why do people grow them or eat them? How can I try? Microgreens are an easy, nutritious, delicious and kid-friendly edible to grow at home. Join Brookings Area Master Gardener Craig Pahl as he inspires you and provides knowledge to get started gardening microgreens!
This is an online class presented through Zoom meetings, free and open to all. Please let us know of your interest or intention to attend the event by clicking "interested" or "going" in the Facebook event!
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4:00 Central / 3:00 Mountain | Live from the Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies (CAIRNS) - join us for our first 💓ARTbeat webinar featuring noted historian and art exhibition curator, Dr. Craig Howe! It's free and open to everyone through Zoom - register now: https://sdstate.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEkd-6vrj0pGtfG3Gh4hNpKop-gv10tg-6K .
Winter Lunch & Learn #3 - South Dakota Abstractions - featuring a curator talk and discussion in our two abstract art exhibits: ABSTRACTIONS: Eight South Dakotans and PAST - PRESENT: Recent Acquisitions in Abstraction.
Join us 12:00 - 1:00. Bring your own lunch and a friend and we'll supply plates, cutlery and beverages. We'll eat from 12:00 - 12:20 and then explore these two exhibits with Exhibitions Curator, Jodi Lundgren.
Always fascinating! Always free.
MD Imtiazul Kabir, Pharmaceutical Sciences PhD Student, will present a seminar titled "Synergistic lethality between PARP-trapping and alantolactone-induced oxidative DNA damage in homologous recombination-proficient cancer cells."
Ailin Guo, Pharmaceutical Sciences PhD Student, will present on "Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) as a Bacteria-Mimicking Drug Delivery System for Tuberculosis."
South Dakota Art Museum Guild Program
Dejunked: Found Objects Into Art
Speaker: Erik Ritter
Coffee: 9:30 - 10:00 | Program: 10:00 - 11:00
The South Dakota State University/Civic Orchestra will perform a concert titled “Music From Stage and Screen” Sunday at 4 p.m. in the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center’s Larson Memorial Concert Hall.
Conducted by SDSU's School of Performing Arts' Director David Reynolds, the SDSU/Civic Orchestra draws connections between the music of the opera stage with Hollywood blockbuster films.
Kevin Francis, Ph.D., Assistant Scientist at Sanford Research, will present on "Lipid Metabolism at the Intersection of Biological Chemistry and Human Health."
Time of the presentations are as follows:
2:00 PM Creative and Fine Arts—Jeremiah Bergstrom, Instructor, School of Design
2:15 PM Research and Scholarship—David Wiltse, Associate Professor, School of American and Global Studies
2:30 PM Teaching and Learning—Karla Hunter, Associate Professor, School of Communication and Journalism
2:45 PM Service—Andrea Carlile, Lecturer, School of Communication and Journalism
This week's seminar will be presented by Rishabh Bahl, PhD Student. The seminar title is "In Vitro and In Vivo Evaluation of a Tumor Targeted Controlled Drug Delivery System."
Winter Lunch & Learn #2 - Amir Fallah: What it Means to be an American - featuring a live video conference discussion with exhibit artist, Amir Fallah. Free.
Join us 12:00 - 1:00. Bring your own lunch and a friend and we'll supply plates, cutlery and beverages. Start with a quick visit to the What it Means to be an American exhibit then join us downstairs for lunch. We'll connect with Amir Fallah from 12:15-12:50 (you can eat while we talk).
Fun, free, for the whole family throughout the museum. Shrinky Dinks, cookie decorating, kid-friendly Valentines cards, and many more hands-on crafts for kids led by the South Dakota Art Museum Guild members. Activities appropriate for kids of all ages. Children MUST be accompanied by an adult.
Yue Huang, Pharmaceutical Sciences PhD Student, will present a seminar titled "Design, Synthesis, and Evaluation of Glutathione Derivatives as Brain Targeting Agents."
South Dakota State University students Bethany Tooley and Anna Effinger will perform a joint recital at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. The recital, which is part of the Never Dark Thursday series, will be held in the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center’s Founders Recital Hall on the SDSU Campus. They are juniors majoring in music education and are from Sioux Falls.
Tooley will perform pieces by Eugéne Bozza, Paul Maurice and Jeanine Rueff on the alto saxophone.
Effinger will perform works from Claude Debussy, Arthur Honegger and Johann Sebastian Bach on the flute.