Archive: 06/2010

New Gallery Opening

The Grand Manse Gallery proudly opens its doors as it presents "Guests" featuring the artwork of Lincoln artist, Nolan Tredway. A First Friday  Artwalk reception will take place August 6th at 7pm. Come check us out!

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On your mark, get ready... for the Special Olympic Art Triathlon

Art TriathlonComing to Lincoln, a unique community outreach event that will provide opportunities for families to participate in the development of art during the Special Olympics.  Nine local artists will be stationed at three locations (Haydon Art Center, Sheldon Museum of Art and the Lincoln Arts Council) on Tuesday, July 20 from 3-7pm to demonstrate and assist in this art-making, family-oriented event.

Participants will move from site to site with a passport that will be stamped as they navigate their way to each event.  The joint venture has been funded by the Nebraska Arts Council.

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Oil Painting Class at the LUX

Have you ever thought about learning to paint with oils? In this class, LUX instructor, Kelly Manning teaches you the basics of oil painting by working from still-life arrangements and photographs. You are responsible for purchasing oil paints and canvas.

Oil Painting for Adults
Wed., July 7 - Aug. 11, 5:30-7:30 pm
Tuition: $125
LUX members: $112.50

Click here to register online or call 402.466.8692.

Please forward this to someone who might be interested. Thanks!

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Bernadette Curran's "Secrets from the Stockyard" Show and Opening

Bernadette Curran's Secrets from the Stockyards

Secrets from the Stockyard Show

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Natasha Overholtzer's "A Mortal Dream" Jewelry Shadowbox Show and Opening

Natasha Overholtzer's

A Mortal Dream Show

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Special Thanks

In 2009 the Lincoln Arts Council received a generous gift from the estate of Ken Good, a portion of which was used to redevelop our website and establish an endowment. We offer our heart-felt thanks to Kenneth J. Good for his generosity and vision for a beautiful future.


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