|Title||Fine Arts, Art, Exhibition Posters and Announcements|
|Quantity||5 linear ft.|
|Printed Material||This series contains correspondence, posters, postcards, news clippings, and catalogues. This series is arranged by year.|
|Location||Archives and Special Collections, University Libraries, University of South Dakota.|
The Department of Art is located within the Warren M. Lee Center for the Fine Arts and is part of South Dakota’s only College of Fine Arts and is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD). The Department of Art offers the state’s only Master of Fine Arts graduate studio degree program and emphasis areas include: ceramics, graphic design, painting, photograph, printmaking and sculpture.
The University Art Galleries (UAG) provides visual arts education for the University of South Dakota and broader community through rotating contemporary and historical art exhibitions, artist lectures, research programs, and multidisciplinary events. Comprised primarily of America art and art from the Northern Plains tribes, the UAG builds and preserves its permanent collections for the purpose of scholarly engagement and to generate an appreciation for the unique cultural characteristics of the region. The UAG is comprised of the John A. Day Gallery, Gallery 110, the Oscar Howe Gallery and the University Libraries Gallery.
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