Coeur Wharf Sustainable Prosperity Fund supports BH Art Consortium

With the support of the Coeur Wharf Sustainable Prosperity Fund of the South Dakota Community Foundation, the Black Hills Art Consortium (BHAC) will purchase necessary art supplies and music instruments for the partnership between Jacobs Gallery, Northern Hills Training Center (NHTC), and Black Hills State University (BHSU) Music Department. Artists and BHSU music students will provide painting and music sessions to individuals supported at NHTC, and an art exhibit and auction and musical presentation will be scheduled at the conclusion of the sessions. On Nov. 28, representatives from Coeur Wharf presented a $3,000 check to BHAC representatives. From left are Hector and Natasha Fuller, Coeur Wharf; Alexa Jacobs, Jacobs Gallery; Blythe Heinbaugh, NHTC; Ken Nelson, Coeur Wharf; Hans Nelson, BHSU; Dr. David Berberick, BHSU; and Rick Burns, Coeur Wharf. Courtesy photo

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