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Over 130 of Terry Redlin's original oil paintings hang in the Redlin Art Center building at the junction of US 212 and I-29 in Watertown. The works are hung on Rockville white granite columns which reach 38 feet in height in the 52,000 square foot brick building.

Visitors entering the expansive 94-seat domed theatre inside the Redlin Art Center will see imagery intended to transport them out of this world! That's what Charles Redlin, designer of South Dakota's first Domed Theatre, hopes will happen thanks to state-of-the-art equipment that creates a dazzling spectacle of visual and aural effects.

"We are in a pretty unique situation because of the equipment we have chosen for the theatre. It gives us capabilities only a handful of theatres in the world can present." Redlin says.

Location: 1200 33rd Street SE, Watertown South Dakota 57201 Telephone 605-882-3877 Toll Free: 877-TREDLIN

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