Come visit Racing Magpie and see modern Native art, buy tickets to world-class theater, and see where award-winning local artists create their artwork!
Featured this month are two amazing arts events: First, our studio artist Anna Robins will be hosting an album release party for her album "Chronicle" (Anna Robins Presents "Chronicle"). Second, join us for a reception for our first ever student exhibit in partnership with Oglala Lakota College's arts programs. Help us celebrate their accomplishments and artwork!
Racing Magpie will be open late from 5-8pm to showcase its modern Native art gallery and the dozen artists who have studios in the building. Come enjoy our beautiful Native art and the studios of Native and non-Native artists. Find amazing gifts for families and friends!
If you haven't had the opportunity to check out the "Responsibilities and Obligations: Understanding Mitakuye Oyasin" installation in the gallery, this is the perfect time to come experience it as well.
Art forms represented through the studio artists include traditional Lakota breastplates, screenprinting, painting, photography, printmaking, and ledger art. Come visit this new Rapid City arts location in a beautiful historic building and support just a few of the amazing artists who call Rapid City and the Black Hills home.
We will have appetizers and drinks for your enjoyment as well.
Come join us!
Award-winning studio artists: Bird Cage Book Store and Mercantile, Black Hills Playhouse, Lucy Ganje and Scrap Iron Press Letterpress & Book Arts Studio, Stan Hawkins (Oglala Lakota), Anne Horst, Ryan Hunter, Lindsey Nolte, Kelcey Nordvold (Navajo), Wade Patton (Oglala Lakota), Jay Pond, Anna Robins, Micheal TwoBulls (Oglala Lakota), Ray Tysdal, and Dwayne Wilcox (Oglala Lakota).