LUX Center for the Arts: Events
Outside the LUX Box was the brainchild of Jereme Hill of Local Hero Design, with support from Play Creative, Screen Ink., and Porridge Papers.
We are looking for qualified art teachers to teach classes to youth and adults.
Two great shows!
Bring your friends and family for live music by Chris Sayre, hands-on art projects for children and adults, pottery demonstrations, outdoor mural painting, face painting, henna "tattooing", and marbled paper making. Bring a t-shirt or purchase
LUX Artist-in-Residence, Naomi Mostkoff uses the theme âarrangementâ as inspiration for the body of work created during her residency.
LUX Center for the Arts presents Women's Work: Seven Studio Potters.
LUX Center for the Arts hosts "YPG Adult Open House" on Thursday April 5 from 4:30-7:00 p.m. Join LUX Center for the Arts and Lincoln's Young Professionals Group (YPG) for an evening of conversation, art demonstrations, and merriment.
This workshop will try to answer some of the common questions regarding what an art portfolio is including; the different types for different artists; what to include; should it be digital or print; and how to shape your profile as an artist.
Spend time with regional jewelry artists, try on spectacular jewelry, and treat yourself to a LUXurious evening.
This exhibition showcases functional pottery made by some of the best-known female potters in the country. All of their work is made from stoneware or porcelain and explores a variety of forms and surfaces. www.luxcenter.org
Gail Kendall juries LUX Center for the Arts's fourth annual National Juried Cup Exhibition. www.luxcenter.org
Participating artists are Wendy Weiss and Jay Kreimer; Therman Statom and Jette Vogt; Jesse Ross and Tracy Shell; Dana Fritz and Larry Gawel; Paula Day and Keith Jacobshagen; Dennis Wattier and Deborah Murphy; Sydney Lynch and Craig Roper; Eddie Dominguez
Artist and illustrator Nicole Gustafsson has fond memories of playing in the park as a child. Those outdoor adventures helped develop her love of nature and inspired her to create these intimate paintings of enchanted forests filled with lively woodland
This show features a range of styles and techniques by nine artists who use clay, metals, or paper to create wall pieces inspired by abstraction and minimalism. Participating artists are Joe Bussell, Lisa Lockman, Kenneth Morgan, Larry Pelter, and Amy Sc
Reclaimed features artists who scavenge and collect everyday items to create stunning pieces giving new life and meaning to plastic zip ties, broken glass bottles, pencils, strips of used fabric, and other recycled materials. Two and three-dimensional wo
Thirty years ago, well-known potters Silvie Granatelli, David Crane, Rick Hensely, and Donna Polseno helped create the 16 Hands Pottery Tour with four other artists in Floyd, Virginia. They also mentored emerging artists by offering apprenticeships. Thi
Local potter, Susan Dewsnap invites people to pick up her pieces and explore the relationships between interior, exterior, and surface. She is interested in the dynamics of how surface and form can be intimately connected and says that the subtleties of
LUX Artist-in-Residence, Trudie Teijink investigates the emotion of desire in her newest body of work. Her exploration ranges from investigating consumer desirable objects to addressing the longing for a more pure and long-term fulfillment in life. She
Nebraska artist Patricia Scarborough uses oil pastels and paint to create expressive renditions of local Midwestern scenes. She says she finds great pleasure in chronicling âthe landscape found between the interstates and highways; those quiet fi
LUX Center for the Arts' Artist-In-Residence, Susan Stark makes functional pottery that she intends for daily use. Her work incorporates altered terra cotta forms decorated with exposed raw clay, soft floral patterns, and shiny glazes to make them.
Choose the perfect gift from our wide selection of original and unique works. This year, we are featuring more than 75 artists and craftspeople. With our wide selection of high quality and affordably priced artwork, there is sure to be something for nea
Community Arts Afternoon features hands-on art projects for children and adults, pottery demonstrations, outdoor mural painting, face painting by Lincoln ChildrenÃÂ¢Ã¯Â¿Â½Ã¯Â&iques
"Secrets from the Stockyard" Pennsylvania artist, Bernadette Curran creates a cast of quirky rodents and barnyard animals for an exhibition she calls sweet and sentimental while also representing a sense of humility and heroism.
"A Mortal Dream" Natasha Overholtzer draws inspiration for her work from A Midsummer Nights Dream. She creates playful interpretations by installing small groups of her elegant jewelry in shadowboxes that represent each of the fairies
"Unsettled" Acclaimed textiles artist, Xia Gao, uses fabric, screen-printing, and light to tell her story of relocation and adaptation to Nebraska from her native country, China. Gao screen-prints images of corn husks onto large pieces of per
Encaustics Intro Learn the secrets of the ancient art of painting with hot wax and experience the versatility of encaustics! Brush, scrape, layer, pour, model and mould translucent and pigmented waxes to create dimensional paintings on wood panel. A fun
View handmade band promotional posters in this exhibition curated by Hastings College professor, Turner McGehee and local artist, Bennett Holzworth. Poster artists used the age-old letterpress technique to create these works of pop art. Limited editions o
The LUX Center for the Arts will be showing two new exhibitions during July's First Friday Art Walk in historic University Place. The Show Poster Poster Show curated by Hastings College professor, Turner McGehee and local artist, Bennett Holzworth will sh
Debra Johnson, Southeast Community College Instructor, will speak about contemporary female artists and craftspeople at LUX Center for the Arts on May 18 at 6:30 p.m.