Professors and students enter photography show

Black Hills State University faculty and students placed well in the tenth annual Dahl Mountain Photo Exhibit on Feb. 7, at the Dahl Fine Arts Center in Rapid City.

  • Group of People check out the submissions to the tenth annual Dahl Mountain Photo Exhibit on Feb. 7, at the Dahl Fine Arts Center in Rapid City. (Adam Gomez)
  • Group of People check out the submissions to the tenth annual Dahl Mountain Photo Exhibit on Feb. 7, at the Dahl Fine Arts Center in Rapid City. (Adam Gomez)
  • Group of People check out the submissions to the tenth annual Dahl Mountain Photo Exhibit on Feb. 7, at the Dahl Fine Arts Center in Rapid City. (Adam Gomez)

Adam Gomez, Contributing Writer
February 19, 2014
Filed under Art & Entertainment, News, Photography

Black Hills State University faculty and students placed well in the tenth annual Dahl Mountain Photo Exhibit on Feb. 7, at the Dahl Fine Arts Center in Rapid City.

The show is meant to portray mountain life and everything involved with it.

The annual juried photography show at the Dahl yielded better than expected results for BHSU faculty and students. Professor Steve Babbitt was selected to be one of three judges. Student Ellen Pustejovsky had one piece featured in the show.

Professor Jerry Rawlings also had a photo selected to be in the show.

“The Dahl Mountain Photography Exhibit is probably one of the more prestigious exhibitions in our area,” Rawlings said. “I look forward to it more so than any other photographic event of the year. The caliber of the work that is juried into this exhibition is of the highest quality and the photographers juried into this competition are some of the most talented in our area. Therefore, I am very honored to be among those chosen to exhibit.”

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