Shirley Muramoto Wong, whose grandmother and mother were held in a WWII internment camp for Japanese-Americans, will give a presentation on December 6th at the Kauffman Great Hall. The presentation entitled, "Hidden Legacy" will explore the Japanese-American struggle to maintain their traditional performing arts within the confines of prison camps.
Early Kickoff for LPS BackPack Extra Mile/Food Bank Program
Lincoln Artists' Guild Artists and Out of the Box Together Supporting the BackPack Program
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Mary Zicafoose. Mountain for Buddha - Sky, Weft faced ikat tapestry, diptych, 65"H x 62"W, wrapped, dyed & woven silk/bamboo on linen warp, 2013. Photo credit: Kirby Zicafoose.
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A second Doorways to Hope public informational meeting is set for Tuesday, December 3, 7-8pm hosted at Art & Soul (next to Campell's Nursery on 56th & Pine Lake), Lincoln. At the event, artists eager to enter "the Call" will also have the privilege of meeting Therman Statom, the new “Signature Artist” for Doorways to Hope. Statom will provide inspiration to participating artists and share the importance of engaging community groups for their individual doors. Ann Williams, Doorways' project coordinator, will also be on hand to give details and answer questions.
The Art & Soul event is FREE and open to all artists and community groups interested in participating in Doorways to Hope.
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