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Visitors meet graduate students and tour their studios at a previous Open Studios event.

21 Oct 2014    

UNL Open Studios Event is Oct. 24

Lincoln, Neb.--On Friday, Oct. 24, the University of Nebraska–Lincoln Department of Art and Art History is hosting Open Studios. Graduate students in the Department of Art and Art History will open their working studios for the evening, from 5 to 8 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.

The open house will include graduate studios in Richards Hall and Woods Art Building. Work will include painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, photography and ceramics. In addition to graduate work, selected undergraduate pieces will be on display in Richards Hall.

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Helen Hiebert, "Holding Space" installation.

17 Oct 2014    

Visiting Artist Helen Hiebert to give public lecture Oct. 23

Lincoln, Neb.--Helen Hiebert will present a free public lecture on Thursday, Oct. 23 at 5 p.m. in Richards Hall Rm. 14.

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Larry Buller, “Bullet Assortment,” low-fire slip, Terra Sigillata and slip transfer, each 6” to 9”.

02 Oct 2014    

October exhibition features the work of Master of Fine Arts students

Lincoln, Neb.  During October, an exhibition at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Eisentrager-Howard Gallery will feature the work of the Department of Art and Art History’s Master of Fine Arts students.
 
“UNL MFA Program” opens Friday, Oct. 10 and continues through Oct. 23 in the Eisentrager-Howard, which is located on the first floor of Richards Hall at Stadium Drive and T sts. on the UNL city campus. Admission is free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Monday-Friday, 12:30-4:30 p.m.
 

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(left) James Cates,  Savannah College of Art and Design, "Innocence: Feral Child," lithography, 19" x 13", 2013, and (right)Wansoo Kim, Grand Valley State University, “Reversal," clay, feldspar, 18" x 12", 2014.

27 Aug 2014    

Nebraska National Collegiate Juried Art Exhibition opens Sept. 5 in the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery

The third annual Nebraska National Collegiate Juried Art Exhibition will open on Sept. 5 and continue through Sept. 25 at the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery in Richards Hall.

An opening reception will be held on First Friday, Sept. 5 from 6-8 p.m. in the gallery with awards announced at 7 p.m.

The Nebraska National Collegiate Juried Exhibition features the work of the best undergraduate student artists from across the country.

Each year three different media disciplines are featured. This year's exhibition includes ceramics, photography and printmaking.

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Brooke Choquette, “Searching for the Word."

27 Aug 2014    

‘Between Mary and Eve’ opens Sept 1 at UNL’s Medici Gallery

“Between Mary and Eve,” a series of photographic sculptural triptychs exploring the relationship between religion and daily life by Department of Art and Art History senior Brooke Choquette, of Upland, Nebraska, will be on display Sept. 1-6 in the MEDICI Gallery, located in Richards Hall on the University of Nebraska–Lincoln city campus.

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Karen Kunc in Japan for the 1st International Mokuhanga Conference in 2011.

25 Aug 2014    

UNL’s Kunc headed to Japan for International Mokuhanga Conference

Cather Professor of Art Karen Kunc will be traveling to Japan in September for the 2014 2nd International Mokuhanga Conference at Tokyo University of the Arts with support from a Hixson-Lied Faculty Presentation of Scholarly and Creative Activity Grant.

Kunc is the chair of the International Mokuhanga Conference International Board, which is organizing the conference.

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12 Jun 2014    

Art & Art History Announces Kimmel Foundation Scholarships

The Department of Art and Art History in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has announced 13 recipients of Kimmel Foundation scholarships.

The Kimmel Scholarship is an annual award of up to $3,000 per year available to incoming students to the department.

Applicants must be residents of Nebraska and applying to UNL with a declared art major. The Kimmel Scholarship is renewable annually for up to four years for incoming freshmen and three years for incoming transfer students, pending a portfolio review at the end of each academic year.

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Anna (Temmers) Ilvess-Barber, "Lilies on Fire," digital art, 26" x 42", 2009.

28 May 2014    

UNL Department of Art and Art History hosts Alumni Exhibition

The Department of Art and Art History is hosting a special alumni exhibition this summer titled “UNL Alumni Artists, 1945-1969: Your Story Begins Here.”

The exhibition opened May 19 and continues through Aug. 15 in the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery in Richards Hall. The gallery will be accessible to visitors during Department of Art and Art History office hours, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visitors should come to Rm. 120 for access.

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Emma deVries

07 May 2014    

UNL Art and Anthropology Senior Receives Smithsonian Internship

Emma deVries, a University of Nebraska–Lincoln senior dual major in art and anthropology from Lincoln, Neb., has received a Smithsonian Internship to work at the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C., this summer.

“I’m really excited,” deVries said. “This was the one I really wanted because I’ve been trying to get this internship for three years now.”

DeVries will begin on June 2 and continue until Aug. 21. The internship fits perfectly with her career goal to be an exhibition designer.

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T.J. Deaver

30 Apr 2014    

"Penumbra" by Photographer TJ Deaver at Medici Gallery

"Penumbra," a series of self-portraits created by BFA Senior and Photographer T.J. Deaver that engages the personal and cultural struggles of identifying as a LGBQT youth in modern America, is on display this week at the Department of Art and Art History's MEDICI Gallery, located on the first floor of Richards Hall.

The exhibition will have a closing reception on Friday, May 2 from 5-7 p.m. The reception and admission to the gallery are free and open to the public.

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