Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts

Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts

The Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts is home to emerging media arts program in the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film and the dance program in the Glenn Korff School of Music. The Center includes flexible, adaptable spaces for emerging media arts, including two labs for shooting, motion capture, data capture, etc.; and an audio lab, as well as meeting, eating and play zones that foster creative collisions. The dance facilities include two dance studios, showers and changing rooms, a laundry room, offices and areas to eat and study. Located adjacent to downtown Lincoln, the Carson Center is an active hub for First Friday and other community events.

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Kimball Recital Hall

Kimball Recital Hall

Kimball Recital Hall serves as the home for the Glenn Korff School of Music's concerts and recitals by faculty, students, and guest artists. It is acoustically astounding, and with 850 seats, is one of the finest concert halls in the Midwest.

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Lied Center for Performing Arts

Lied Center for Performing Arts

Completed in 1989, the Lied Center for Performing Arts is a state-of-the-art performing arts facility. The Lied serves students and residents of the entire region by bringing the world's finest arts and entertainment to its stage. It offers major regional, national and international events. It also provides opportunities for Nebraska artists to perform and a teaching/training laboratory for performing arts departments at UNL.

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Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center

Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center

This extraordinary building is home to both University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center, as well as the Van Brunt Visitors Center.

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Richards Hall

Richards Hall

Richards Hall is an extraordinary newly remodeled historical building with high ceilings, great light, and extensive equipment. New facilities in this building include the ceramics and painting studios, the foundry and wood shop, the graduate and faculty studios, and lecture rooms. The Eisentrager-Howard Art Gallery and the Art Department Office are also located in Richards Hall.

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Sheldon Museum of Art

Sheldon Museum of Art

The Sheldon Museum of Art and Sculpture Garden houses over 12,000 works of art in all media. This comprehensive collection of American art includes prominent holdings of 19th-century landscape and still life, American Impressionism, early Modernism, geometric abstraction, Abstract Expressionism, pop, minimalism and contemporary art.

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Temple Building

Temple Building

Home of University Theatre at UNL since 1907, Temple houses all theatre classes as well as the administrative offices and performance spaces of the Johnny Carson School of Theatre & Film and the Nebraska Repertory Theatre. Nebraska Rep Theatre produces five to six major events and five to six Theatrix productions each year in the facility’s two theatres, Howell and Studio.

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Westbrook Music Building

Westbrook Music Building

The Westbrook Music Building opened its doors in 1967 and provided the music department with an outstanding facility for a wide variety of performances and practice. The building includes three large rehearsal rooms for chorus, band, and orchestra, 30 faculty studio-offices, and 50 student practice rooms in addition to the classroom areas.

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Woods Art Building

Woods Art Building

Nelle Cochrane Woods Art Building is one of two buildings housing the Department of Art and Art History. The other is Richards Hall. Both are in the "arts quadrangle," which is the southwest corner of city campus and generally on the footprint of the original 4-block University of Nebraska campus.

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