The Visual Arts Center

The Visual Arts Center brings exhibitions of leading regional, national and international artists to its eight spacious galleries. Exhibits range from noted South Dakota artists to Andy Warhol and Rodin. The Visual Arts Center, accredited by the American Association of Museums, is dedicated to building, preserving and conserving its collections for both South Dakotans and worldwide audiences. The shows are rotated every few months, and community lectures and artist receptions are held throughout the year.

Emily's Hope Art Show Reception and Auction

Join us for an opening reception will be held with hors d'oeuvres, music and a live and silent auction. All proceeds will go to benefit Emily's Hope, a non-profit organization focused on education, treatment and saving lives lost to addiction.

Apr 26
6:00 PM

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Judith to Another End

June 1 - October 5, 2020 | Shultz, Everist and Contemporary Galleries

Jun 1 - Oct 5

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Jessie Rasche | Infinite Landscape

June 26 - October 11, 2020 in the Bates Trimble Gallery

Jun 26 - Oct 11

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"Re-presenting" Native Americans in South Dakota

August 17 - November 30, 2020 | Young Artists Gallery

Aug 17 - Nov 30

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Zach Gabbard | A Sure Sign (Business as usual)

September 25, 2020 - January 15, 2021 in the Jerstad Gallery

Sep 25 - Jan 15

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Artwork from notable contemporary artists in a variety of media and styles.

The region's only gallery dedicated to installations, video art and new media.

Shows artwork from artists with direct ties, past or present, to southeastern South Dakota.

Features rotating exhibitions of Northern Plains Tribal Art, drawing inspiration from the VAC's Permanent Collection.

Features South Dakota-based artists and South Dakota-inspired art to speak directly to the vitality and vibrancy of our state.

The VAC's largest gallery; showcases large-scale artwork and feature exhibitions.

Showcasing artwork from young local artists. 

Visual Arts Center Sponsors

Visual Arts Center Sponsors