Bread and Butter

Piece from Breaking of BreadLUX Artist-in-Residence, Nora Rolf created an interactive piece to explore “breaking of bread” as a tactile ritual, a form of communing, and a source of nutrition.  She built a table in the gallery as a metaphor for a gathering place of people from all walks of life to experience each other’s company as they contemplate the artwork.

The exhibition will be on display at LUX Center for the Arts from November 2 to December 1.  An opening reception will be held on November 2, 5-8 pm.

LUX Center for the Arts is a non-profit art center that offers experiences to suit a wide range of interests and tastes.  We teach art classes for youth and adults in pottery, printmaking, painting, jewelry, glass, and fibers. Classes are held at the art center  or can be taken off-site with the Art Van de LUX program. Exhibitions in two galleries and a gift gallery represent the highest caliber art work of local, regional, and national artists.

Date:
Friday Nov 02, 2012 | 06:00 pm
Location: 2601 N 48th Street
Contact: Phone: 402-466-8692
Website: http://luxcenter.org/gallery/upcoming-exhibitions/bread-and-butter-november-2-december-1/

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