The South Dakota State Historical Society is hosting a webcast that explores how popular music and design influenced culture and lifestyle between the 1960s and 1980s.
The program sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution will be broadcast June 8 at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre.
The webcast is part of the Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum. Panelists discuss highlights of the museum's collection including graphic design, furniture and product design.
Jay Smith is the director of the Museum of the State Historical Society. Smith says the program demonstrates how different media sources can influence art, design, clothing, music and other forms of American popular culture.
There is no fee to view the program, but visitors must pay the museum's standard admission.
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