Rapid City Arts Project

Apr 29, 2013

Anna Huntington, community arts coordinator for the Rapid City Arts Project, joins the program. This summer, Japanese born California artist Masayuki Nagase begins carving a 21-piece granite sculpture on Rapid City's Main Street Square. A committee of arts and civic leaders chose Nagase out of an international pool of 88 applicants through a year-long selection process. His preliminary design for "The Sculpture Project: Passage of Wind and Water" is based on his experience of the beauty and power of nature in the Black Hills and Badlands of Western South Dakota.