Janice Stauffer has been selected to receive the highest honor that the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival can give: the Kennedy Center Gold Medallion.
The fourth lecture for the 2008-2009 AIA season will feature professor Thomas Hikade discussing his recent excavations at the Egyptian site of Hierakonpolis.
Sixty-one students from more than 35 high schools across the state have been selected to participate in the annual Young Artists Awards at UNL.
The School of Music's 2008 production of Jake Heggie's
Dead Man Walking has won the National Opera Association (NOA) Award for Best Production. It is the third time in ten years that UNL Opera has won.
The founder and director of the Center for the Art of East Asia at the University of Chicago will be the next Geske Lecturer. His lecture will be presented in the Sheldon Museum of Art's auditorium.
Dean of the Hixson-Lied College, classically-trained pianist, and ragtime enthusiast Jack Oliva explores the origins of ragtime music in a new NET Television special "Ragtime Cabaret," premiering March 28.
Department of Art and Art History Master of Fine Arts candidates Shane Haley, Josh Norton and Samuel B. Rapien will show their work in an exhibition runing April 6-10.
Three Master of Fine Arts candidates in the Department of Art and Art History will show their work in an exhibition runing April 13-17. It will feature Sarah Barnard Blitz, Jewel Noll and Kelly Manning.
The "Heart & Hands" Juried Book Art Exhibition for Students is on display April 1-30 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Love Library before traveling to the University of Nebraska at Omaha in May.
The work of John Carrasco, Autumn Cipala and Seth Green, Master of Fine Arts candidates in the Department of Art and Art History, will show in an exhibition runing April 20-24.
The College will celebrate its annual Honors Day weekend April 24-25. The three Alumni Achievement Award winners will be present in classes on Friday, April 24.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Clay Club will host its Annual Spring Ceramics Sale on Friday, May 1st, from 9am to 8pm and Saturday, May 2nd, from 9am to 5pm.
The Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts will celebrate Dr. Robert A. Fought, Associate Dean, on the occasion of his retirement from the University after 35 years of service.
Following their week of auditions and rehearsals, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Cornhusker Marching Band will perform its annual post-band camp preseason show Aug. 21 at Memorial Stadium.
The Nebraska Art Teachers Association (NATA) will have a juried exhibition Sept. 7 - Oct. 2 in Richards Hall. The exhibition is being presented in conjunction with the NATA Fall Conference.
The Lincoln-Omaha Society of the Archaeological Institute of America announces professor Naomi Norman will present the first of six lectures on archaeology for the 2009-2010 season.
The Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film opens its season October 8 with George Bernard Shaw’s
You Never Can Tell, directed by Emeriti Professor Dr. Tice L. Miller.
In his lecture "Athenian White Lekythoi: Masterpieces of Greek Funerary Art," Dr. John H. Oakley will examine the thematic development found on these pieces and what they tell us about their creators.
The exhibition "Idle Hands" features the work of thirteen student artists and will run Oct. 12 - Nov. 19 in the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery with an opening reception being held on Oct. 12.
As part of the upcoming University Singers concert, the College and the University of Nebraska Foundation will celebrate the life and legacy of Professor Emeritus Earl "Pete" Jenkins.
The first Johnny Carson Lectureship will feature Jeff Sotzing, president of Carson Entertainment Group and nephew of Johnny Carson. He will be joined by three fellow "The Tonight Show" writers.
Gwendolyn Wright, a professor of architecture and host of the PBS television series, “History Detectives,” will deliver the next Geske Lecture, “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Progressive Suburbia.”
The LUX Center for the Arts in collaboration with UNL’s
Art in the Community class present a family-friendly First-Friday event, Winterfest on December 4.
The Nebraska Repertory Theatre presents Executive Director Paul Steger in David Sedaris’s biting comedy
The Santaland Diaries. The production will have performances December 9-13.
The UNL Clay Club will host its Annual Spring Ceramics Sale on Friday, December 11-12 in Richards Hall, Room 118. Works of ceramic art created by students and alumni will be for sale.
Thirteen undergraduate degree candidates in studio art from the Department of Art and Art History are scheduled to present their work in the BFA Capstone Exhibition at the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery.