Marshall University in Huntington West Virginia has made an annual trek to the Termesphere Gallery each spring for the last four year. They bring students from all disciplines to study spherical geometries and six point perspective with Dick. This year was no exception. April 22 and 23 10 students from Marshall arrived ready to learn. The spent two mornings with Dick and then toured the Black Hill. They are wonderful students and it was a great time for everyone.
The Open House at the Termesphere Gallery April 30th was a huge success! From 2-5 the Gallery was full of wonderful people excited to see the new Black Hills MOVA Globe/Termesphere. It was great to see so many old friends and new faces. The winner of the Black Hills MOVA Globe was ———————-from Aberdeen-. We will have plenty of Black Hills MOVA Globes on hand this summer for the perfect momento of of the Hills.
Dick was at Belle Fourche Middle School May 23 and 24. He did lectures to the student body on his art as well as workshops on magnetic sticks. The students also got to try their hand a drawing a spherical piece of art.
Fourteen sixth graders from Whitewood Elementary will be coming to the Gallery on the 25th for a lecture and to explore the Gallery.