Past Exhibitions

Youth Art Month: Elementary 2018

London Vergith


February 17 - April 8, 2018

Reception: Sunday, February 18, from 1:30-3:00 pm

This is the 29th year of celebrating the creativity of children through our Youth Art Month Exhibition.

The Art Center presents its annual celebration of Youth Art Month. This competitive exhibition attracts hundreds of entries from schools throughout Siouxland. Students competing in this year’s exhibition will come from area elementary schools. Selecting the work for the exhibition and determining awards this year will be Cory Knedler, Chair of the Art Department at the University of South Dakota. The Youth Art Month Exhibition is generously sponsored in part by Wells Fargo.

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Anna Reich: The grass outside our homes

Anna Reich Veterans 6


November 11, 2017 – February 4, 2018

Anna Reich is Assistant Professor of Photography at Augustana University in Sioux Falls. The exhibition contains selections from two series of documentary photographs she has taken of military personnel. One presents scenes imagined by young soldiers prior to basic training; the second visits retired soldiers many years after their war experiences.

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Sioux City Camera Club: Rivers

SC Camera Club Randall D Williams Morning on the Yellowstone River


October 7, 2017 – January 7, 2018

The Sioux City Camera Club was founded in 1899. The Camera Club and the Sioux City Art Center have had a close relationship since the first dedicated space for the Art Center opened in 1938. A major part of that relationship is the Camera Club working with the Art Center on frequent exhibitions of work by its members.

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Crafting Tradition: Oaxacan Wood Carvings

Ramirez Iguana


October 28, 2017 – January 21, 2018

The wood carvings from the Mexican state of Oaxaca in this exhibition are part of a longstanding tradition for creating folk arts and crafts. Mexico in general and Oaxaca specifically have produced varieties of textiles, ceramics, sculptures, and other art forms for many years. Most often, these art forms continue with the skills and designs handed down from generation to generation. However, the tradition of creating wood carvings is relatively young in Oaxaca. Individual artisans in a few small towns began making wood carvings during the mid-20th century. These sculptures did not become widely known or popular until the 1980s.

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