Art at Cedar Point Biological Station

Art at Cedar Point Biological Station

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Program Overview

Learn in a unique, natural setting while fostering collaboration between artists and scientists. The summer art session at UNL’s Cedar Point Biological Station provides concentrated time for creative research in an expansive, exotic, yet local location.

Situated near Ogallala, Nebraska, the UNL Cedar Point Biological Station has housing, dining facilities, a library, classrooms, research labs, WiFi, over 900 acres of UNL owned prairie, redcedar filled canyons, and a friendly inviting atmosphere.

Summer 2014 is the inaugural year of the Art at Cedar Point program. The program has 2 components, an undergraduate studio art course, and an artist in residence program for arts/creative writing faculty at Nebraska universities and colleges, and current Nebraska MFA students.

For additional information about Cedar Point Biological Station, visit http://cedarpoint.unl.edu.

Summer 2014 Programs

PHOT 161 Photography for non-majors (ACE 7)
June 9-20, 2014

PHOT161, Photo for Non-Majors, is an introduction to photography as a fine arts medium. The course includes instruction in digital photography with emphasis on seeing photographically

Enrollment deposits will be accepted beginning November 2013. The deposit is $375 and locks-in your spot. The deposit covers room & board, and is non-refundable.

Costs: R&B (deposit) + tuition + special fee ($50)

Contact: Karen Kunc
Cather Professor of Art
UNL Dept of Art & Art History
kkunc1@unl.edu

Artist in Residence Program
1 week- July 7-11 or 
2 weeks- July 7 - 18 The Artist in Residence Program at Cedar Point is open to arts/creative writing faculty at Nebraska colleges and universities as well as current Nebraska MFA students. The cost is $230 per person per week for room and board. The application includes a letter of intent, images or examples of creative writing, CV, and contact information. 2-3 applicants will be selected for the residency.>Application deadline: January 20, 2014 .
Selection announcement: January 31, 2014
Commitment deadline: April 15, 2014.
with deposit of $230 for one week or $460 for two weeks. The deposit covers room & board, and is non-refundable.

Contact: 
Karen Kunc
Cather Professor of Art
UNL Dept of Art & Art History
kkunc1@unl.edu