design

Chris Laughery

In The Moment ... September 3, 2019 Show 650 Hour 2

For the staff of 605 Magazine, surrounding themselves with design helps keep the creative juices flowing. Their September shows a wide array of design - from art that helps businessed and fundraisers to Black Veil Burlesque.

605 Magazine publisher Alana Snyder and director of sales and marketing, John Snyder, stop by the Kirby Family Studio in Sioux Falls to dig into the pages of the "Design Issue." 

 

 

 

Blueprint South Dakota

Apr 18, 2019
Chris Laughery

In The Moment ... April 18, 2018 Show 559 Hour 1

The state chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) has developed a blog to help further the idea that design matters in every South Dakota community. Blueprint South Dakota provides a forum for public conversations with citizens, city planners, developers and more. The hope is to create vibrant, prosperous, and more effective places to live, work and play in South Dakota.

Adria Botella

The Sioux Falls Design Center is not just for designers. It's for community memberrs to connect and engage with the world of design. We're joined by Kellen Boice, executive director at the Sioux Falls Design Center, and Sara Lum, architect and vice president of the Sioux Falls Design Center.

Adria Botella

In The Moment ... September 20. 2018 Show 426 Hour 2

Michael Hall writes picture books that delight and endure. He's the New York Times bestselling author of "My Heart is Like a Zoo," Red: A Crayon's Story," Little i," and more.

He's in South Dakota for the South Dakota Festival of Books and Young Readers Festival. See him Thursday, September 20 at the Washington Pavilion and Friday, September 21 at the Children's Museum of South Dakota. Find more at sdbookfestival.com.

Jackie Hendry

For a group of Vermillion high schoolers, a winning robotics team takes passion, perseverance, and a really dedicated mom.

In January, the team ranked 8th in the world at a competition in Omaha. Last weekend, the students won the state robotics championship. During a team practice earlier this month, students set their sights on their next goal – a ticket to the world championship in Kentucky this spring.

These teenagers in the Rolfes family basement aren’t just socializing. They’re part of the robotics team and they’re practicing...stacking cones.

South Dakota School of Mines & Technology

A new program is giving Rapid City high schoolers a taste of the manufacturing industry. The partnership between Stevens High School and South Dakota School of Mines and Technology is being called a modern revival of shop class.

The design for manufacturing partnership began when School of Mines mechanical engineering instructor Aaron Lalley met Stevens High School teacher Jason Reub through a manufacturing summer camp a few years ago. Lalley says Reub was already bringing some manufacturing skills into his classroom, and the partnership seemed natural.

In The Moment ... November 14, 2017 Show 219 Hour 2 

Aaron Draplin is one of the premiere designers working today. He joins Hugh Weber, host of The Potluck Society, and In the Moment host Lori Walsh for a conversation about Midwestern work ethic, the democratization of design, and "getting away" with work that you love.

Startup Weekend

Nov 7, 2014

Tech Radio host Kent Osborne and "The Computer Guys," Joel Broveleit and John T. Meyer, discussed another exciting Startup Weekend, new news of personal e-mail hacks and leaks and the latest in tech news.

Legacy of Corn Palace Continues

Jul 23, 2014
Mitchell Corn Palace

When Mitchell’s first Corn Palace was built in 1892, it was only one of at least 34 grain palaces in the Midwest from the 1880s to the 1930s. The current Mitchell Corn Palace was built in 1921 and it’s the only one of the “prairie palaces” that’s survived. The familiar Moorish-style minarets and turrets were added to the building’s roof in 1937 to recreate the look of the earlier corn palaces.