Jan 24 Monday
September 8 - September 26 | Tuesdays 6-9pm & Saturdays 9am - 12pm
Members $95 | Non-Members $100
Satisfy your curiosity, and experience a fun and thorough introduction to throwing on the potter’s wheel under the instruction of Roy Deibert. Learn the skills necessary to throw cylinders, cups, bowls and more in this exciting class. Your instructor guides you through the process of throwing, shaping and trimming pots on the wheel. Basic surface decoration and glazing techniques are also demonstrated. This class is designed for students with little or no experience on the potter’s wheel or are looking to brush-up old skills. All tools and clay are included in registration fee.
Participation in this class entitles you to access the Open Pottery Studio for the duration of the class while a volunteer is present. To view the Open Pottery Studio Schedule, click here. This class satisfies the prerequisite requirements for enrolling in Open Pottery Studio.
For more information or to sign up, please visit: https://dahl.citysoft.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=calendar.eventDetail&eventId=4
Jan 25 Tuesday
2021 Northern Plains Indian Artist in Residence, Reyna Hernandez, will present her residency work, "How to Open a Body to the Star" Closing Reception, Jan 14, 5pm to 7pm in the John A. Day Gallery
Drawn from the world's largest collection of Harvey Dunn paintings , "Harvey Dunn: Decades" shares a chronological selection of 4 - 5 works from all five decades of Harvey Dunn’s career. The exhibition starts with an early drawing from 1901 - 1902 created during Dunn’s time as a student at South Dakota Agricultural College (now South Dakota State University). The exhibition ends with one of the latest and most famous works by Dunn from 1950, "The Prairie is My Garden." The exhibition includes illustrations, war works, prairie paintings, landscapes, and sketches. It gives a glimpse of the evolution of Dunn’s work across time and the range and consistency of his practice.
Story Time introduces your child to the incredible world of language and books through stories, songs, and activities. This program is designed to help prepare your child for successful school experiences using early literacy components and is a great opportunity for your child to develop social skills and make friends. Story time generally lasts 30 minutes and no registration required. Topics and themes change weekly. Tuesday and Wednesday story times are the same each week.
2021 Oscar Howe Curatorial Fellows Exhibition- University of South Dakota Students, Lacey McLouth and Jesslyn Estes present their 2021 Curatorial Project. The exhibit is open from 1-5 pm, Monday Through Friday.
Prior registration required. Registration is full.
Jan. 11, Jan. 25, Feb. 8, Feb. 22, Mar. 8
Use computer science and learn the language of the age! Coding is the process of giving computers instructions in a language they understand. Coding teaches important skills such as critical thinking, problem solving, and creativity. At this club you will learn coding by reading excerpts about it, practice new skills by completing online tutorials, and build community with the rest of the club. Online registration required. Limit of 12.
Do you have issues with food like overeating, restricting, bingeing, purging? There is a solution, Overeaters Anonymous, a twelve step program.
We meet twice a week at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls, Tuesday evenings at 5:30 p.m. and Saturday mornings at 10:00 a.m.
For more information, call (605) 261-9670 or go online to OA.org.
You are not alone anymore!
Join us at the BAC with ceramists Rachel Funk to learn how to throw pottery. There are only 3 spots open for each session.
All supplies included in the cost of the class. This class is 2 hours long.
Art Journaling is creating a visual diary, combining scrapbooking, writing, drawing painting, photographs or found objects. We will create collage images that reflect a memory, place, emotion, season, etc.
All supplies included in the cost of the class.