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Baritone William Sharp will hold a guest artist recital at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Peterson Recital Hall on the South Dakota State University campus.
Sharp is in South Dakota to perform with the South Dakota Symphony’s Music Unwound program.
Known as one of the foremost interpreters of the music of Charles Ives, he has been praised by The New York Times as a “sensitive and subtle singer,” and has garnered critical acclaim for his works in recitals, operas and recordings.
The Festival of Trees is a great way to show your holiday spirit, spend time with members of your organization or department, and showcase your group to campus and community members.
Reserve your tree today!
Cost: $35/tree (1 per organization/department)
To register: email@example.com
Late date to register: Monday, November 19
Briggs Library is hosting its annual holiday open house Thursday, Dec. 13 from 2 - 4 p.m. Food and refreshments will be provided. The event is hosted by library faculty and staff, the Office of International Affairs, the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning, and the Writing Center.
South Dakota State University senior Matthew Olson, a music education major from Aurora, will hold a recital at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 29 in the Peterson Recital Hall in the Lincoln Music Hall on the SDSU campus.
Olson, a tenor, will present “Of Darkness and Light,” a collection represented either by light in nature, one’s true love being the person’s light or the darkness of night.
He will be assisted by Tammy Knudtson and Lee Ann Meyer.
Join the Guild for a fun morning of holiday treats, hot apple cider, musical entertainment by the SDSU Windy Jacks, and shopping in the Museum Store (20% off store-wide for Museum Members!). Everyone is welcome, whether or not you're a Guild member and bring a friend!
Park in our reserved lot just west of the Museum on Harvey Dunn Street or call Pam Adler by Monday noon to reserve a spot on the BATA Bus (605-688-5423).
Art Museum Guild Program: Talk by artist Peter Reichardt, Studio Art Lecturer, South Dakota State University School of Design. Peter's work has been featured in South Dakota Art Museum exhibitions including, Heart to Heart, imPULSE: Peter Reichardt and Andres Torres and the upcoming South Dakota Governor's 8th Biennial Art Exhibition (opening January 25, 2019).
Peter's talk begins at 10:00 a.m. with coffee served at 9:30. This is free and open to the public; Art Guild membership not required.
This webinar is your go-to if you want a quick overview of our entire product suite. We’ll cover all the in’s and out’s of both Zoom Meetings and Zoom Video Webinars – scheduling, recording, screen sharing, chat, reporting, and more.
This in-depth training for LockDown Browser will focus on advanced settings and features such as how to use external websites, spreadsheets, and online calculators with LockDown Browser. The session will also include how students can use LockDown Browser on different devices, such as an iPad, and best practices for instructors and students.
Hang out in Jacks Place from 6-7:30pm and listen to music provided by Dan Henig! Dan is a famous Youtuber with over 159k subscribers who sings covers and acoustic versions of well-known explicit music. Free nachos will be provided! Prepared to be shocked and amused by Dan’s music!
Questions? Contact Kyrin Wahlmeier at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsored by the University Program Council.
Join us for a reception celebrating the photography of Frank Robertson. An award-winning veteran photojournalist, Robertson has worked with the Chillicothe Gazette in Ohio, the Sioux Falls Argus Leader and the Aberdeen American News. A selection of his work titled "Bearing Witness to Community" is on display at Briggs Library. His remarks will begin at 5 pm.
Basic Level Online Class I (Foundations)
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Basic Level Online Class II (Collaboration)
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Advanced Level Online Class (Special Issues)
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