This year the Badlands Art Association will be celebrating its 53rd Annual Art Show with the additional of a new category for digital media in the professional and amateur divisions.
NEW Category for Digital Media!
Due to a growing number of participating artists and entries, the show will again be held in the Prairie Hills Mall (in the former White Drug location).
Set up and the delivery of artworks will take place on Thursday, November 9th.
If you have any questions or need assistance with the delivery of your artwork, contact the show chairperson, Tod Winter at 701-260-9504 or email@example.com.
Download the entry form for the professional and amateur divisions below. Or, pick up a copy at the Badlands Art Gallery (Klinefelter Hall, DSU), the Dickinson Public Library, JP Frame Shop or In the Flesh in Dickinson.
If you have any questions or would like a copy of the entry form mailed to you, contact Rebecca Ferderer at 701-495-8402 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important dates and more information about the show can be found on the Annual Show Page.
STUDENT ART SHOW AND COMPETITION – FIVE SPECIAL JUDGE’S AWARDS
Open to all students entering the BAA Student Art Show
Art will consist of any media and size. Must be ready to hang.
Artwork will be hung with the appropriate grade divisions and identified with the 4×6 index card attached to the entry
All artwork will represent native species to the United States and found in North Dakota. This may need some research.
One entry per student.
Five categories: One $50 award in each category
Mammals, reptiles, or amphibians
Plants and flowers
A 4×6 index card should be submitted with each entry explaining why you liked the subject and why, in your opinion you think it is important to our ecosystem. This won’t influence the judge. It will identify your entry in this contest. Include your name, address, age and school attended.
You can download the Student Art Show entry form here.
In 1970, three local artists got together and decided to form an art association to showcase western North Dakota artists, thereby forming The Badlands Art Association.
Dennis Navrat, Jackie Church and Jan Plott held their first open Art Show in the basement of Community First National Bank (now Bank of the West) in November 1970. They were quickly joined in the following years by David and Mary Huether, Cherie Roshau, Beverly Haas, Kathy Foster, Jack Stewart, and Michael Dunn.
In November of 2020 BAA will Celebrate their 50th Annual Art Show!
The show will take place at the Grand Dakota Lodge in the Grand Roosevelt Hotel (formerly the Ramada Inn) in Dickinson, North Dakota.
The Badlands Art Show is an open show. An “open” show means that you do not have to pass a judge to get in the show.
The Badlands Art Association is a small group; this is our major event for the year. We do the show in order to offer artists of all abilities the opportunity to showcase their work and to give the public a chance to see the wide range of art being created in our area.