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The Art at Cedar Point class. Back row, left to right:  Santiago Cal, Kristina Insingo, Justin Hicklin, Lindsey Pinkerton, Maris Stebbing, Ian Cuevas and J.P. Davis. Front row, left to right: Allison Diesing, Cheri Macartney, Mariah Livingston and Toni Kemerling. Mariah Livingston, a junior art major, shows off one of her paintings created at Cedar Point.

calendar icon07 Sep 2018    By Kathe C. Andersen

Creating art in nature: Art at Cedar Point offers unique art class experience

Registration for the summer 2019 Art at Cedar Point course, "Working with Watercolor: For Journaling on Nature" with Professor Aaron Holz will begin in November. See the link below the story for more information.

Lincoln, Neb.--Their art classroom for two weeks is located approximately 280 miles from either Richards Hall or Woods Art Building on campus in Lincoln. It is located in western Nebraska near the city of Ogallala and Lake McConaughy.

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Jamie Reimer

calendar icon06 Sep 2018    

Reimer, Haneline present ‘She Persisted’

LINCOLN, Neb.— Glenn Korff School of Music Soprano Jamie Reimer and pianist Stacie Haneline present “She Persisted,” a recital of art songs and spirituals by living American female composers on Thursday, September 20 at 7:30 p.m. in Kimball Recital Hall.

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calendar icon05 Sep 2018    

Johnny Manhattan Orchestra opens its season Sept. 14

Lincoln, Neb.--The Johnny Manhattan Orchestra opens its season on Friday, Sept. 14. The orchestra was founded in 2016 to celebrate the great music of the Swing Era and to support the Glenn Korff School of Music's Jazz Studies program. This year’s Johnny Manhattan Orchestra includes 10 jazz studies students (5 doctoral students and 5 undergrads), six professional instrumental musicians and three professional vocalists.

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Evan Chapman

calendar icon04 Sep 2018    

Guest Artist Chapman presents new works for drumset and electronics

LINCOLN, Neb.— Renowned percussionist, drummer, composer, and filmmaker Evan Chapman will present a recital of new works for drumset and electronics on Wednesday, September 12 at 7:30 p.m. in Kimball Recital Hall. The guest artist’s program includes works commissioned by Chapman from composers including Anna Meadors, Robert Honstein, Ian Chang, Molly Joyce, Alicia Walter, Alexis Lamb, Molly Joyce, and Edward Babcock. It’s free and open to the public.

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Jennifer Trimble will present a lecture titled "Seeing Roman Slaves" on Sept. 13 in Richards Hall. Jennifer Trimble

calendar icon04 Sep 2018    

Stanford University's Trimble to present AIA Lecture Sept. 13

Lincoln, Neb.—Jennifer Trimble, associate professor of classics at Stanford University, will present a lecture titled “Seeing Roman Slaves” on Thursday, Sept. 13 at 5:30 p.m. in Richards Hall Rm. 15. The lecture is free and open to the public.

The lecture is part of a series for the Lincoln-Omaha Chapter of the Archaeological Institute of America and co-sponsored by the Convocations Committee and the Research Council at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.

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Amanda Jacobs, Elizabeth Dolan, and Shelley Waite

calendar icon30 Aug 2018    

Guest Artists to perform Song Cycles of Beachy Head

LINCOLN, Neb.— The Song Cycles of Beachy Head will be performed by Guest Artists Amanda Jacobs, Shelley Waite and Elizabeth Dolan on Sunday, September 16 at 3 p.m. in the Westbrook Recital Hall at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Glenn Korff School of Music.

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calendar icon30 Aug 2018    

It’s a new year at the Glenn Korff School of Music

We enthusiastically welcome you to a new year at the Glenn Korff School of Music!

We want you to know we strive to make an impact in Lincoln, Nebraska, across the country, and across the expanses of the world. We want you to know we do that through teaching the next generation of students at many levels, from students in the UNL/LPS String Project to our PhD students, high school students who come to our camps to our alumni in the schools, causing a ripple effect across the nation.

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calendar icon29 Aug 2018    

Tyler White performance canceled

LINCOLN, Neb.— The Tyler White performance scheduled for September 21, 2018 has been canceled.   

 

For a full listing of University of Nebraska-Lincoln Glenn Korff School of Music events, visit music.unl.edu.

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Karen Kunc, “Distillation,” woodcut and etching, with hand coloring, 12” x 24”, 2018.

calendar icon24 Aug 2018    By Kathe C. Andersen

New Kunc exhibition features new work inspired by research in Washington, D.C.

Lincoln, Neb.--An exhibition titled “Project Volumina: New Works by Karen Kunc” opened Aug. 25 and features a print installation of new work by Cather Professor of Art Karen Kunc created while she was on faculty development leave last spring. 

The exhibition runs through Sept. 22 at Constellation Studios, 2055 O St., in Lincoln. A reception will be held on Tuesday, Aug. 28 from 7-8 p.m. at Constellation Studios. 

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A selection of works created during this summer's Art at Cedar Point are on display this week in the MEDICI Gallery in Richards Hall. Photo by Santiago Cal.

calendar icon23 Aug 2018    

Art at Cedar Point work on display in MEDICI Gallery

Lincoln, Neb.--A selection of work created by students who took this summer’s Art at Cedar Point course is on display in the MEDICI Gallery in Richards Hall through Saturday, Aug. 25.

The MEDICI Gallery is located on the first floor of Richards Hall. Admission is free and open to the public.

This summer’s class, “Making Your Mark: The Figure and Nature” was taught by Associate Professor of Art Santiago Cal from June 4-15. Ten students took the intensive studio course, creating artworks based on their experience at Cedar Point.

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