Organist Gregory Hand will perform the inaugural concert on the Founder’s Recital Hall pipe organ in the Brookings Chamber Music Society’s last concert of the season at 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
Join us for the Undergraduate Ceremony for College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences, College of Natural Sciences, College of Nursing, College of Engineering.
Join us for the Graduate Ceremony for Masters and doctorate degrees in all colleges.
South Dakota State University will be dedicated as the first campus in the state of South Dakota to be a Purple Heart Campus. We encourage your attendance for this honorable event.
Find that special gift at the SDSU Campus Market this holiday season. SDSU Clubs selling SDSU cheese boxes, baked goods, Native American beadwork and more at the Agricultural Heritage Museum and the South Dakota Art Museum.
Below is a list of the clubs and departments that are participating.
We invite you to visit the museum store on Sunday, November 25, 2018 from 1:00-5:00 pm for some great deals on holiday gifts and more! All museum store merchandise will be 25% off store wide*. In addition the first 25 patrons will receive a special gift.
All purchases will support the mission and programs of the SD Agricultural Heritage Museum.
*SDSU meat lab items are not included
Museum Store Site Facebook Event Page
Jennifer Gilbertz of Prairie Artisan Fragrances
Trunk Show November 25 1-5 pm
Kick-off Winter break with some fun and create a special gift just in time for the holidays at the SD Agricultural Heritage Museum! An ornament making station will be set up for visitors to create custom ornaments to take home. This event is free and open to the public.
Please join us in the Elder in Residence Program with Jace Décory.
The Elder in Residence program introduces cultural practices and ways of knowing, celebrates and honors traditional knowledge, reinforces and affirms tribal identity, and establishes pathways and raises cultural awareness among staff, faculty and students.
Jace will be giving a campus presentation on Tuesday, November 27, 12:30 – 1:30 at the SD Art Museum, Room 104. Her topic will be, “Building Bridges of Cultural Understanding.”
Help support the Agricultural Heritage Museum for South Dakota's first state-wide giving day on Nov. 27, 2018.
In recognition of South Dakota’s first-ever Day of Giving, the Larson Family Foundation will match, on a 1-to-1 basis, all donations from Brookings County to the 23 Brookings nonprofit agencies registered with South Dakota Gives.
To be eligible, donations must be made on Giving Day, Nov. 27.
Donate here: https://www.southdakotagives.org/sd-agricultural-heritage-museum
Richard P. Holm, MD author of Life's Final Season; A Guide for Aging and Dying with Grace will be signing books at South Dakota Art Museum in Brookings, Saturday, Dec. 1 from 10 am-noon. Books are available in the Museum Store prior to and during the book signing.Give this book as a gift to someone you love, including yourself! See you there!! Click on this link for a list of all scheduled book signings https://www.prairiedoc.org/book.html.
A note from Jessie Rasche: I am so excited to announce that my First Annual Holiday Art Sale has found a great location - The South Dakota Art Museum!
Come on down to the SDAM on Saturday, 10 am - 3 pm, and bring your friends! There will be tasty treats, beautiful art, and even a door prize - a lovely reproduction of the painting shown here! Just visit my sale any time Saturday and put your name in the drawing!
Charles Vollan Ph.D., Associate Professor of American History, South Dakota State University, will speak about World War 1: its origins, progression and the role played by the United States. Dr. Vollan will share photographs and maps to provide a clearer sense of the war and the nature of the fighting.
You are invited to listen to students in Professor Christine Stewart’s Creative Nonfiction class read their class final writings while viewing the original South Dakota Art Museum artworks that inspired them.
Saturday, Dec. 29 marks the 128th anniversary of the Wounded Knee Massacre. To commemorate the estimated 300 Lakota men, women and children killed that day in 1890, South Dakota Art Museum and the Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies (CAIRNS) invite the public to visit the Campus Green behind the South Dakota Art Museum any time from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on December 29.