Tuesday, November 20, 2012
2012 Mayor’s Award for the Arts to be Presented on November 29th, 2012
The Sioux Falls Arts Council is pleased to announce the nominees for the
2012 Mayor’s Award for the Arts. They are:
The Individual Excellence Award in the Arts Nominees are:
Phil Baker, musician
Jerry Fogg, visual artist
Nancyjane Huehl, visual artist
The Organizational Achievement Award in the Arts Nominees are:
8th & Railroad Centre, Erica Billion
Cherapa Place, Jeff Scherschligt
The Charlotte Carver Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Nominees are:
Debra J. Klebanoff
Dr. Raymond Sidoti
The 12th Mayor’s Award for the Arts will be presented at a reception on Thursday, November 29, at 7:00 p.m. at the Museum of Visual Materials, downtown Sioux Falls. A social hour will begin at 6:00 p.m. and the awards will be presented at 7:00 p.m. Speakers will include Tim Hoheisel, Executive Director, Sioux Falls Arts Council; Molly McCarthy, President of the Board of Directors, Sioux Falls Arts Council; Mike Huether, Mayor of Sioux Falls, and the award winners.
Light complimentary hors d’oeuvres will be available and there will be a cash bar. The event is free and open to the public.
The Individual Excellence Award in the Arts will be presented to an artist whose contributions have significantly impacted the arts in Sioux Falls. Eligible nominees include any artist who works in the arts as defined by the SFAC: visual arts (painters, sculptors, photographers, printmakers, or artists working in other visual media), theater,dance, music, film, or literary arts (writers, poets, play-wrights, or other literary arts). The
Organizational Achievement Award in the Arts will recognize an arts organization or business that excels in supporting and/or enhancing the arts through contributions of
time, talent, or funding.
The Charlotte Carver Lifetime Achievement Award will recognize an individual who has shown a life-long commitment and dedication to the arts either as an artist, through an arts organization, or a business
The Sioux Falls Arts Council is located in the Crane Centre at 8th and railroad, 326 East 8th Street, Suite 106B. Hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and by appointment. For more information, please, call 605.271.6696, email info@ArtsSiouxFalls.org, or visit the Arts Council website at www.ArtsSiouxFalls.org
Saturday, August 11, 2012
This collection of video and stills represents the last two weeks of the project (from my observation point) at the studio and the first days at the Washington Pavilion. We all enjoyed the journey and some of us noted how much it was like the land of Oz- with witches- wizards- and yes- flying monkeys and friendships old and new. How many nights and days do any of us spend seeing ideas becoming realities? As usual, I had more ideas than time.
The exhibition at the Washington Pavilion in Sioux falls South Dakota concludes this weekend.
Weather Channel with Angelia Behrends Installation for "Front"
Sunday, June 24, 2012
A Tribute Exhibition & Sale of Regional & Western Art
Mr. and Mrs. F.P. Gibbs Collection
June 7 -August 25, 2012
At The Center for Western Studies
The show is free and open to the public.
The Center for Western Studies is at 2121 S. Summit Ave
The Center for Western Studies is at 2121 S. Summit Ave
Former CWS Art Committee chair Frank Gibbs, and Jan Gibbs enjoyed collecting American West and Regional Art. In recognition and tribute to their work with the art community, the CWS is exhibiting their collection during the summer of 2012. These noted Sioux Falls Residents are pleased to share their collection with their fellow South Dakotans. The exhibition will be guest
Curated by South Dakota artist N.M. Huehl.
Exhibition includes American Artists Harvey Dunn, Oscar Howe, Robert Penn, Ace Powell, and Ramon Kelly and Vladan Stiha, Rosemary Millette,
Ace Powell, C.M. Russell, Harold Von Schimdt, Charles P. Cross, Ramon Kelley, Dan McCaw, Carl Kouba, Chas Craig, Gerry Metz, Robert Penn,
Seth Eastman, Tom Lea, Donald Montileaux, Nancyjane Huehl, John Wilson, John Green, Larry Green, Gerry Punt, Henry Rezac, Bob Schriver, O.C. Seltzer, Joanne Bird, Lorence F Bjorklund, and Reynolds Brown.
Frank and Jan Gibbs began actively collecting works of art almost fifty years ago, with a focus on western illustration. Frank had a keen sense for American History, often referencing his personal library in preparing papers for presentations he would give at the Center for Western Studies. In their time of collecting Frank and Jan formed close ties with the artists and the galleries that they purchased from- friendships that still last today. Much of this collection will be available for purchase. Several of the works have, at this date, been sold. It is a wonderful oppurtunity to see artworks of this caliber in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Several works where aquired from Walt Reed's Illustration House Gallery, New York- New York.
After Frank began his own law practice, the couple became acquainted with the art community and hit on the idea of opening a gallery when they retired. They started going to art shows around the region. “Western art was so different than anything we ever had ever seen. Since were were going to be in the west, we decided to collect it,” Gibbs explained.
The collection represents decades of western art collected with a personal touch, Thompson said. “Frank and Jan have been longtime residents and were deeply involved with the youth here. He knew many of the artists. They played a role in the cultural life of Sioux Falls.”
Monday, May 14, 2012
N.Huehl c. 2012 "from the land of Oz"
Opening Reception May 18th, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
at the Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Nancyjane Huehl, Mary Groth, Dale Lamphere, Paul Schiller
Exhibition is May 18 through August 12, 2012
The Washington Pavilion is the region’s home for the arts, entertainment and science.
Located in a beautifully renovated historic building in downtown Sioux Falls, it is one of only a few facilities in the world to bring together under one roof the performing arts, visual arts, interactive science and educational opportunities. The Washington Pavilion makes art and science part of the daily lives of thousands of people with programming from Broadway tours to intimate chamber recitals in two state-of-the-art theaters in the Husby Performing Arts Center; more than 100 hands-on interactive science exhibits and the newly renovated Wells Fargo CineDome in the Kirby Science Discovery Center; and art exhibitions ranging from noted South Dakota to National Artists in the Visual Arts Center. Past exhibitions have included the American Landscape from the Paine Center- with the Siouxland- to Andy Warhol.
Kirby Science Discovery Center & Visual Arts Center Hours:
Monday–Thursday 10:00 AM–5:00 PM
Friday 10:00 AM–8:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM–5:00 PM
Sunday 12:00 PM–5:00 PM
301 South Main Avenue Sioux Falls, SD
"she went down swing'in" oil paining c. N. Huehl 2012
interpretation of photograph _DSC00311NEF Paul Schiller
collaboration for the upcoming exhibition.
"Look Out Toto"
published May 25, 2010live event 6:15 PM viewing the Weather Channel:
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
" Downtown Places -State Theater- Reel Dakota"
24 x36" oil on Ampersand
Nancyjane Huehl c.2012
Commission Sanford Heart Hospital
"When we think of being back home we often think of our neighborhoods- and our downtowns. Places help hold our memories- our dreams- it is here we walk in the footsteps of love ones past - present and plan our lives. We take comfort in these places, they are in our hearts". N.M.H.