Journey Museum and Learning Center

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Aug 28, 2020

In The Moment … August 28, 2020 Show 891 Hour 1

Journey Museum's Digital Efforts

Mar 30, 2020
SDPB

In The Moment ... March 30, 2020 Show 784 Hour 2

South Dakota museums are among the many gathering places forced to close their doors to the public for the time being; just doing what has to be done to keep everybody safe and healthy. The Journey Museum and Learning Center in Rapid City is no exception but they're working hard to keep the education and entertainment going by bringing learning experiences and stories about history to an online audience. Here to talk with us about that is Troy Kilpatrick, the director of the Journey Museum.

Images of the Past: Dinosaur Park

Jan 21, 2020
South Dakota Tourism

In The Moment ... January 21, 2020 Show 737 Hour 2

Visitors from all over the globe still run the rolling hills of one of South Dakota's oldest visitor attractions, Dinosaur Park. For today's Images of the Past, we look at how those dinosaurs found a home on a ridge of sandstone in western South Dakota. We're joined by Troy Kilpatrick, executive director at the Journey Museum and Learning Center, along with Pat Roseland with the Minnilusa Historical Association.

Journey Museum and Learning Center

In The Moment ... December 16, 2019 Show 720 Hour 2

Today for Images of the Past, we explore the legend of a Rapid City night watchman. John Leary made his way west from New York in the search for gold, but it was an explosion that changed his life permanently.  Corey Christianson is a curator at the Journey Museum and Learning Center in Rapid City. She joins us with the story of Hooky Jack and his faithful dog Rags.

Read more at sdpb.org/imagesofthepast

Victoria Wicks

The history of bison in North America isn't just the story of an indigenous animal. Its existence is tied politically, economically, and spiritually to the indigenous people.

This story is told in a traveling exhibit at the Journey Museum in Rapid City. The exhibit opened with a reception this weekend. "Bison" is on display through Oct. 14.

The traveling exhibit was created by the Kauffman Museum in Kansas, in conjunction with the National Buffalo Foundation.

SDPB's Victoria Wicks has this story.

Images Of The Past: Gold

May 20, 2019
Adams House and Museum, Deadwood

In The Moment ... May 20, 2019 Show 579 Hour 2

The Gold Rush transformed the lives of Lakota people as well as those intent on striking a claim in the Black Hills of South Dakota.

The Journey Museum and Learning Center features a new exhibit called "Gold." It reveals the story of the Custer Expedition of 1874 and how an epic discovery influences our lives today.

Corey Christianson is curator at the Journey Museum in Rapid City.

In The Moment ... April 10, 2019 Show 553 Hour 2

Terry Peak was developed with the support of the Bald Mountain Ski Club and the Homestake Gold Mine.

Friday at 12:00 p.m., author Paul Higbee and longtime Terry Peak skier and instructor Bob Morcom are speaking at the Journey Museum and Learning Center in Rapid City as part of the Turtle Soup Lecture Series. Higbee and Morcom present "The Beginnings of Black Hills Downhill Skiing."

Anne Dilenschneider online

The Hiawatha Indian Insane Asylum at Canton opened in 1902 and operated for more than 30 years. The facility housed indigenous people from across the country who were deemed insane for rebelling against white rule.

Two South Dakotans have been giving presentations for years to call attention to this piece of state and national history.

On Friday evening, they'll speak with a Rapid City audience at the Journey Museum.

Victoria Wicks has this story.

The Journey Musem & Learning Center

In The Moment ... March 18, 2019 Show 537 Hour 2

This week's Images of the Past segment has us talking about the taxidermy animals at the Journey Museum and Learning Center in Rapid City. Corey Christianson is curator and joins us today to tell us more.

Sheep Tales

Feb 27, 2019
David Ollila

In The Moment ... February 27, 2019 Show 524 Hour 1

This Friday 3/1/19, Dave Ollila presents "Sheep Tales" at the Journey Museum and Learning Center in Rapid City. This is your chance to hear all about the past, present and future of the state’s sheep industry. Dave joins us now with a preview.

The WHY Campaign

Feb 22, 2019
Lily Mendoza

In The Moment ... February 22, 2019 Show 521 Hour 1

The WHY Campaign is dedicated to the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Children of Turtle Island. You can attend a learning forum on Sunday, February 24 at 2 p.m. MDT at the Journey Museum and Learning Center in Rapid City.

Lily Mendoza joined in the Black Hills Surgical Hospital Studio in SDPB's downtown Rapid City Studio.