Our February Bellman Brown Bag presentation will feature BHSU Professor Gina Gibson who recently served as the first-ever Artist-in-Residence at the Sanford Underground Research Facility (SURF) in Lead. Gina will share her experience in this role and some of the resulting artwork from her time there. Gina is now the coordinator for the SURF AiR Program. This presentation will take place at noon on Wednesday, February 9 in the Matthews Opera House theatre. Free coffee from Common Grounds will be provided.
About the Bellman Brown Bag Series
The Bellman Brown Bag series is a humanities program designed to explore ideas, history, literature, art and culture. The Brown Bag program was developed by Dr. Stewart Bellman in the 1990’s. Recognizing the Matthews Opera House as an ideal venue for the exploration of humanities topics, he engaged a line-up of speakers to present programs on a range of humanities topics each month.
Dr. Bellman was a professor of English at Black Hills State University, Spearfish, SD. His teaching career spanned thirty years. Bellman retired from BHSU and passed away in November 2002.
Programs are presented on the second Wednesday of each month, noon to 1pm. Designed to begin and end within the lunch hour, patrons are invited to bring their lunch, if desired, or simply enjoy an hour of learning and entertainment. This is an opportunity to gain insight into themes that touch our daily lives.
Coffee for the Bellman Brown Bag Series is generously provided by Common Grounds in Spearfish, SD.