Archive: 02/2012

In the Heights

In the HeightsFriday, March 2, 7:30 PM
Saturday, March 3, 7:30 PM

With an amazing cast, incredible Tony Award®- winning dancing and score, In the Heights is an exhilarating journey into a vibrant Manhattan community. Experience the next chapter of the classic American story at the most joyous and exciting musical on Broadway.
WARNING: Includes adult themes and language.

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Be our fan on Facebook!

Find us on FacebookWant to keep up with what we're doing at the Lincoln Arts Council and help us earn some cash on Faceboook? Just visit facebook.com/LincolnArtsCouncil and click the "Like" button. Our goal is to add 100 new fans of the page by the end of March as part of Facebook's Small Business Boost. If you're already a fan, we're so happy to have you on board - thanks! You can still help by sharing a link to our page with your Facebook friends to help spread the word. Visit facebook.com/LincolnArtsCouncil and take the next step.

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Call For Artists! | 2012 Lincoln Arts Festival

Lincoln Arts FestivalAhh, the joys of fall...the balmy days, the Husker football, the Lincoln Arts Festival.

With our help, you could be a player in two out of three.

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Provide the Crucial Piece of Our Artist-In-Residence Programs

Support the Lincoln Arts CouncilThe artist-in-residence program provides unique first-time arts experiences to the children of our community. A crucial piece of our residencies comes from the AmeriCorps program, which provides community service for nonprofit organizations. AmeriCorps members gain skills and experience, and the chance to do professional work in an apprenticeship environment. Without the assistance of AmeriCorps, we'd be missing a vital piece of our workforce, and these residencies would not be possible.

Our Artist-In-Residence fund drive provides essential support to the residencies. Every dollar you donate in this campaign results in $5 of additional support to continue and enrich our AmeriCorps staffing. Help provide the key piece of the artist residencies, and together we can provide arts experiences that help our children reach their full potential!

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Celebrate! 2012 Mayor's Arts Awards winners

Each year we look forward to celebrating the accomplishments and contributions that the arts have made to our city at the Mayor’s Arts Awards - Lincoln’s opportunity to acknowledge and reward our best artists, funders and patrons. Save Monday, June 18th, from 5:30 to 9:00pm at the Lied Center for a celebration of Lincoln’s amazing arts community. And the winners are... 

  • 2012 Mayor's Arts Awards WinnersArts Organization Award: Friends of the Robert Hillestad Textiles Gallery
  • Mayor's Choice Award: Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center
  • Artistic Achievement Award - Visual: Janice Stauffer
  • Artistic Achievement Award - Youth: Rebecca Denell
  • Artistic Achievement Award - Performing Arts: Steven Gaines
  • Gladys Lux Arts Education Award: Christin Mamiya
  • Heart of the Arts Award: Claire Hoppe
  • Outstanding Event Award: Flatwater Shakespeare's, "A Midsummer Night’s Dream"
  • Halcyon Allsman Benefactor of the Arts Award: Robert & Vicki Northrop
  • Oliva Family Arts for Kids Award: Sarah Lahr
  • Literary Heritage Award: Joe Starita
  • ArtScene Backstage Award: Nancy Dawson
  • Kimmel Harding Nelson Emerging Writer Award: Marie Thurmer
  • Kimmel Harding Nelson Emerging Visual Artist Award: Trudie Teijink

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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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