Indian Arts Act, international studies, and some 'Fresh Tracks'
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On today's show
Augustana University in Sioux Falls is one of 17 schools in the nation to be endorsed as a Holistic Nursing Program. Sister Vicky Larson is with us today to explain the program and its significance.
The Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990 was set in place to protect Native American artists from frauds. SDPB's Richard Two Bulls has more.
As we enter the days of omicron, South Dakotans are adjusting their plans for international travel. We are joined by Augustana English Professor Patrick Hicks and Erin Kane, associate director of International Programs Office at Augustana University. We'll discuss about international studies in higher education and how plans are adjusting for pandemic times.
We Take A Moment for poetry. Patrick Hicks reads the poetry of Jane Yolen on this episode of Poetry from Studio 47.
The Old Courthouse Museum Local Author Book Fair strives to introduce authors to readers in the Sioux Falls region. We talk with museum interpreter and gift store manager Melissa Godber about some local favorites and fresh new titles in local storytelling.
Fresh Tracks with David Hersrud explores some of the best new music of 2021 with our in-house music reviewer.