Gov. Noem announces 2022 student art exhibition
Art to be on display through September
PIERRE — Gov. Kristi Noem recently announced 12 students who are being recognized for their artistic talents through the Governor’s Student Art Competition. An exhibition of the artwork is now open to the public in the South Dakota Capitol building.
The Governor’s Student Art Exhibition includes work from the following students:
Eva Lindholm, Burke Elementary, 2nd grade, Burke
J.T. Olson, Whitewood Elementary, kindergarten, Whitewood
Aubree Sanderson, Burke Elementary, 1st grade, Burke
Ily Peck, Burke Elementary, 4th grade, Bonesteel
Ava Hyronimus, Harvey Dunn Elementary, 5th grade, Beresford
Danae Feenstra, Dakota Christian School, 5th grade, Harrison
Easton Schwartz, Selby Area School, 8th grade, Selby
Theo Authier, Patrick Henry Middle School, 8th grade, Sioux Falls
Aine Graesser, Chamberlain Middle School, 8th grade, Chamberlain
Hannah Hofer, Homeschool, 12th grade, Colton
Ella Ratliff, Lincoln High School, 11th grade, Sioux Falls
Julianna Doll, T.F. Riffs High School, 9th grade, Pierre
A panel of 10 professional artists served as judges for the competition. The top-three ranked pieces in each age division are included in the exhibition. The exhibition brochure can be viewed at artscouncil.sd.gov/events/student_art_Main.aspx .
The Governor’s Student Art Exhibition is open for viewing in the first-floor rotunda of the Capitol through September of 2022. The Capitol is open to the public on Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on weekends and holidays 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. For tours of the State Capitol, call 605-773-3688; for tours of the Governor’s Residence, contact Rick Augusztin at 605-773-3688 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
This program for student artists is a collaboration between Governor Noem and the South Dakota Arts Council, a state agency organized under the South Dakota Department of Tourism.