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Enjoyed this art museum of Rapid City! Several changing galleries show different forms of art from Native work to Expresssionism. The art center offers classes to long term guests or residents. It adds to the art life in Rapid City.
And this museum is free to the public so check it out. One exhibit was under construction during my visit so I will have to catch that later. But the mountain photography exhibit was fantastic. The room of paintings was very provocative as well. Well...More
The Dahl Arts Center is a great complex in downtown Rapid City for both established artists and emerging artists. There are galleries, the diorama room, event space and the cafe. I was there recently view a friend's photography exhibit in the Cultural Cafe, one area...More
This is a place for local arts. The Cyclorama Mural of American History, is the center piece for this art center but it was rented out for a luncheon so I didn't see it. It's got a fun area for kids and then three other...More
This is a good museun with a good variety on small exibits. it is small so is not a day trip but good fill in for a few hours. The mural is totally y awesome use the book to explain the time frame. gallery storh...More
We stopped in with our two kids (ages 10 & 8) admittedly because it was free and the ratings were good. We were very impressed. The facility isn't that large but it's very nice with some great quality exhibits, including a special activity area just...More
Dahl represents Rapid City - It is small but high quality, inexpensive, friendly and very personal. Great presentation of local art. Staff was very friendly and personal and full of information. worth the visit
Went here because I wanted to see the cyclorama mural of American history. So many images sparked discussions between my grandson and me. I then really enjoyed seeing the art of many South Dakota artists whose work was currently being displayed. Dwayne Wilcox art was...More