Images depicting outdoor activities, landscapes, and lifestyles was the subject of this competition.
Black Hills State University hosted the 32nd annual Lakota Omniciye Wacipi in the Young Center April 17-19. The event was part of BHSU’s American Indian Awareness Week. Stephanie Oxford Stephanie Oxford Stephanie Oxford... Read more »
Students in the Contemporary Issues in Photography class created a collaborative book from their individual photos. The book is called ‘ The Creative’ difference. For ‘The Creative’ difference book project students could photograph whatever theme interested them. Sheri Knutson is in... Read more »
Photos that Illustrate the changing seasons in Spearfish by Anthony Petrone. ... Read more »
The South Dakota Governor’s Art Exhibition has chosen to showcase artwork from five Black Hills State University faculty and staff. The Governor’s Exhibition will display 53 pieces by 48 artists this year, including paintings, drawings, sculptures, and photography. The display will be available... Read more »
Black Hills State University student Joe Geyer landed a prestigious photography internship at Hearst Publishing in New York City. Geyer will learn to shoot fashion from some of the best photographers in the business. Joe Geyer enrolled at BHSU with the goal of learning all he could about... Read more »
High school students across South Dakota are encouraged to enter their photos in a photography contest. Black Hills State University in Spearfish is sponsoring the competition that photography instructors hope gives beginning photographers exposure and helps spur a life-long love of photography in young... Read more »
On March 21st students in Black Hills State University’s photojournalism classes took to the streets of Spearfish to document the daily lives of the people that live in their community for the Day In The Life project. Students could choose whatever they wanted to photograph – the only parameters... Read more »