Hill City Arts Council
The Hill City Arts Council is pleased to announce it has received a $10,000 grant from the John T. Vucurevich Foundation for developing a marketing strategy. Our plan includes website redesign, a social media strategy for promoting the organization and events, along with staff training in social media and website maintenance. We thank John T. Vucurevich Foundation for their financial support. Look for our new website coming soon.
We are a small mountain town located in the beautiful Black Hills of western South Dakota.
Since 2001 the Hill City Arts Council has promoted the creative economy in Hill City by providing opportunities for area citizens, students, and visitors to experience art in its myriad forms. . Located near two of the world’s largest sculptures -- Mt. Rushmore and Crazy Horse – the Hill City Arts Council hosts an annual “Sculpture in the Hills Show and Sale” the last weekend of June each year and has purchased monumental artworks for the town’s Main Street. “Patriarch,” a bronze bison by Peg Detmers and “Iron Star,” a hybrid metal horse sculpture by John Lopez – “the most photographed horse in South Dakota” -- celebrate our Black Hills heritage.
Be a part of our small town and its big art…join the Hill City Arts Council!
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