Chiara String Quartet presents its next concert in the Hixson-Lied Concert Series on Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 7:30 p.m. in Kimball Recital Hall, 11th and R streets.
The UNL School of Music is offering "The Community Piano Experience," an 11-week program of beginning and intermediate group lessons. Classes are Feb. 7 to April 26.
The announcement was made on January 18 that
Charles "Chuck" O'Connor will become dean of the Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts on July 1.
Ann Chang, Lied Center for Performing Arts Artistic Director, will perform with violinist Paul Hsun-Ling Chou at the Kennedy Center on Jan. 22.
School of Music faculty members will present "
Ein Musikalisches Opfer" (A Musical Offering) by Johann Sebastian Bach on Tuesday, Jan. 24 in Kimball Recital Hall.
Nebraska Repertory Theatre, the professional Actors Equity Association Theatre at the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film announces its 2012 summer season.
The UNL School of Music presents the eighth annual "
Celebration of American Song." This year's performance, honoring Leonard Bernstein, is set for Jan. 30 in Kimball Hall.
Interdisciplinary Arts Symposium is thrilled to announce the launch of its 2012 season. This year's focus is on "Immigration, Migration, and Transplantation."
Students and staff from the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film received awards at the 2012 Region V
Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival.
The School of Music Opera program presents
"The Coronation of Poppea" on Feb. 24 and Feb. 26 at Kimball Recital Hall on the UNL city campus.
February 10, the Hixson-Lied College's third annual Interdisciplinary Arts Symposium presents Latin jazz band SYOTOS at Lincoln's Rococo Theatre.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts has announced the winners of the 15th annual Nebraska Young Artist Awards.
The University Theatre season continues with
"The Three Musketeers" by Ken Ludwig from the novel by Alexandre Dumas, running Feb. 23-25, 29 and March 1-3.
Chiara String Quartet presents its next concert in the Hixson-Lied Concert Series on Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 7:30 p.m. in Kimball Recital Hall, 11th and R streets.
Hixson-Lied Concert of the season is set for Wednesday, March 7 in Kimball Recital Hall and includes works by Bartok, Haydn, and a Nebraska premiere.
Students and faculty in the
Department of Art and Art History will take part in a special event on March 5 to remember the victims of a 2007 car bombing in Iraq.
Department of Art and Art History will host visiting artist and social pioneer Lily Yeh March 13-15, culminating in a mural design for the South Capital neighborhood.
Theatrix, the student-operated theatre organization, continues its 2011-2012 "Season of Fire" with a show consisting of five world premier plays, running Mar. 8-11.
The AIA Lincoln-Omaha Society will present
Carter in the lecture "Ancient Paros and the Emergent Polis: Evidence for Societal Change from Material Culture" on March 12.
Glenn Nierman has been elected national president-elect of the National Association for Music Education; Lance Nielsen was named regional president-elect.
Symphonic Band will present a concert entitled "Absolute Music," conducted by Anthony Falcone and featuring faculty guest artist, Paul Haar on March 15.
The School of Music welcomes jazz trombonist
Bill Watrous in concert with the Jazz Orchestra and Big Band Jazz on March 29.
The Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film announces auditions for roles in the upcoming second film of the
Carson School Film Series, entitled " Digs."
Theatrix ends its 2011-2012 "Season of Fire" with a series of love stories, " Almost, Maine," which will run April 4-7 in the Lab Theatre of the Temple Building.
Digital Arts Initiative presents " Invisible Cities: A Concert of Digital Performance" on Thursday, April 12 in the Lied Center's Johnny Carson Theater.
The third annual
Interdisciplinary Arts Symposium concludes its season April 14 with its performance of Tango Now: Identidad at the Lied Center for Performing Arts.
The already award-winning artist's exhibition, titled "
Transcendent Materiality," will be on display April 16-20 at the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery in Richards Hall.
University Theatre's season finale, a hilarious murder mystery written by John Bishop with direction by Carrie Lee Patterson, will show April 12-14 and 18-21.
The Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts will honor alumni, faculty, staff and student alumni achievement at its annual
Honors Day Dinner on April 21.
Lincoln Print Group and University of Nebraska-Lincoln Clay Club will be holding their spring art sales in Richards Hall on April 27-28.
Jamie Fritz's Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition, titled "Someone/no one" runs April 16-20 at the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery with a closing reception April 20.
April 19-22, the School of Music presents "Evenings of Dance," an annual concert of modern dance works by faculty and guests of the UNL dance program.
Rokeya Sultana, a professor of art at Dhaka University in Bangladesh, will present a slide lecture at noon on April 19 in 218 Richards Hall.
Lincoln Symphony Orchestra will collaborate with Abendmusik-Lincoln, the Lied Center, and UNL to present Benjamin Britten's " War Requiem," on April 28.
The Department of Art and Art History is sponsoring the
Nebraska National Collegiate Juried Art Exhibition to feature the best undergraduate artist students.
The Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film is in the process of casting extras for its current film "
Digs." A group of 200 is needed on May 22, 2012.
Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film announces the beginning of principal photography on the second Carson School film with Hollywood director Donald Petrie.
Shane Bystrom is the recipient of a prestigious internship this summer from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation.
The last line of the science fiction classic "The Thing from Another World" provides the theme for the
movie poster exhibition now on display - "Watch the skies, everywhere!"
The 45th annual
Nebraska Repertory season will run July 6 to August 5 with three productions performed in repertory, as well as two Destinations series performances.
The School of Music will welcome over 1,200 clarinetists and clarinet enthusiasts from across the globe to participate in the International ClarinetFest® August 1-5, 2012.
The School of Music announces that the concert will be at
7:30 p.m. on Saturday, August 18 and not at 3:00 p.m. as indicated on the Fall Calendar of Events.
The Department of Art and Art History is celebrating the first annual
Nebraska National Collegiate Juried Art Exhibition and the opening of the new MEDICI Gallery.
Scott Anderson from the School of Music and Michael Hoff from the Dept. of Art and Art History have been named Hixson-Lied Professors beginning this fall.
When Greg Coffey was a student at UNL, his musical interests could be found in writing for piano and guitar, performing, and producing - but especially drums.
The School of Music presents
Paul Barnes and the Chiara String Quartet performing three recently commissioned works for each of which Barnes gave the world premieres.
The School of Music presents faculty artist,
Jamie Reimer, soprano, in a free and open vocal recital on Thursday, Sept. 13 at 7:30 p.m. in Kimball Recital Hall.
Chiara String Quartet and new Graduate Quartet-in-Residence, the Skyros Quartet, will perform at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 18 in Kimball Recital Hall.
Theatrix, the student-operated theatre organization, begins its 2012-2013 season with "The Pillowman" September 26-28 in the Lab Theatre.
Michael Hoff, Hixson-Lied professor of art history and director of the excavation, believes the 1,600-square-foot mosaic is the largest of its type in southern Turkey.
Group piano lessons are being offered by the Community Piano Experience beginning Feb. 1 through April 26. Beginning and intermediate levels are available.
Nebraska Repertory Theatre, the professional wing of the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film, announces auditions for the three main stage productions of its 2011 season.
Deborah Aschheim, Hixson-Lied Artist-in-Residence, will deliver a public lecture on her work on Wednesday, Jan. 26 in Richards Hall to kick-off her two-month residency.
Interested in finding out more about museums?
Become a student docent! The Sheldon is looking for students to become volunteer guides. The training session starts Feb. 4.
The School of Music proudly presents the
University of Nebraska Brass Quintet in concert with the "Pershing's Own" United States Army Band on Sunday, January 30.
The UNL School of Music presents the seventh annual
Celebration of American Song on Monday, January 31 in the Kimball Recital Hall.
Wendy Katz, associate professor of art and art history, will lecture on nationalism and politics manifested in 19th century still life paintings on Feb. 1 in the Sheldon Museum of Art.
The exhibition, curated by Assistant Professor of Digital Arts
Jeff Thompson, focuses on the process of the work and is on display at the through Feb. 18.
An online collaboration ended with a standing ovation for
Eric Richards, when he premiered a three-movement concert work in December at a Chicago music clinic.
This year's annual
MEDICI fundraising event, celebrating "Grassroots," will be held Saturday, Feb. 26 from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. in the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts has announced the winners of the 14th annual
Nebraska Young Artist Awards.
Matt Oltman, music director of the award-winning vocal ensemble Chanticleer, will work with UNL conducting students and choirs on February 9.
The School of Music will open its
"Double Reed Days" clinic with a free concert, 7:30 p.m., Feb. 11 in Westbrook Recital Hall, room 119.
The Lincoln-Omaha Society of the AIA announces
Greg Bucher, from Creighton University, will present a lecture on Monday, Feb. 28 at 7:30 pm in Richards Hall.
The School of Music will present Gounod's famous re-telling of Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers on
February 25 at 7:30 pm and February 27 at 2:00 pm in the Kimball Recital Hall.
The School of Music announces the
Combined Choir Concert featuring the UNL University Singers and the premier choral ensemble from Iowa State University on February 24.
University Theatre opens its spring semester with Charles L. Mee's
, based on the play "Iphigenia in Aulis" by Euripides. Performances are Iphigenia 2.0 Feb. 24-26 and Mar. 2-5.
The Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film announces a call for entries for the
University of Nebraska Comedy Short Screenplay Contest. Deadline for entries is March 1, 2011.
Celebration of Graduate Student Work will be Thursday, March 10, from noon to 4 pm in the Van Brunt Visitors Center.
Thomas F. DeFrantz will deliver a free lecture prior to the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre performance. The lecture will be presented March 8th in the Van Brunt Visitors Center.
Theatrix, the student-run theatre organization, presents the 4th annual festival March 10-13. It showcases work from the next generation of playwrights, directors and actors.
In trying to earn a spot on Fox's TV show "Glee,"
Nikki Kelly, a JCSTF junior, finished in the top 10 percent of live auditions on the reality TV show "The Glee Project."
The Hixson-Lied College announces the recipients of the 2011 Fine and Performing Arts
Alumni Board awards. The awards are selected by the College's Alumni Board.
The School of Music announces that the
Husker Horn Choir will perform in concert on Tuesday, April 5 at 7:20 pm at the Fellowship Community Church.
University Theatre completes its season with Shakespeare's
set in the West. Performances are Twelfth Night April 7, 8, 9 and 13, 14, 15, 16 in Studio Theatre.
Friends of The Ross have launched a campaign for new and renewing members through April 29. Some members will be entered into a drawing to win two year-long free passes!
The Saxophone Ensembles Concert scheduled for
Sunday, April 10 in Westbrook Recital Hall has been postponed. The concert will take place on Monday, April 25 at 8:30 pm.
Ezinma Trio, a student chamber trio, were finalists in the J.C. Arriaga Chamber Music Competition. The Trio competed at the national competition on April 10 in Stamford, Ct.
The College recently named ten award recipients at the annual
Alumni Award Banquet. These awards are made possible with funding from the Hixson-Lied Endowment.
The UNL School of Music
Jazz Ensemble I, under the direction of Associate Professor Paul Haar, and undergraduate student Karl Lyden both received prestigious Student Music Awards.
The sales will take place
Friday, April 29th from 9am to 6pm and Saturday, April 30th from 9am to 4pm. Sales will be held in Richards Hall in rooms 118 and 121 on the UNL city campus.
Diane Barger has been named Hixson-Lied Professor of Clarinet beginning this fall. The Professorship program recognizes the work of outstanding faculty in the College.
Giacomo M. "Jack" Oliva, dean of the Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts, has announced his resignation to become provost at the Fashion Institute of Technology.
The Nebraska Repertory Theatre presents their gala event
featuring Douglas Webster, accompanied by Jack Oliva in his final Lincoln performance. A Broadway Baritone
The Sheldon Museum of Art will recognize
Dan Howard, retired UNL professor of art, for his achievements and his 80th birthday in Decisive Line: Drawings by Dan Howard.
Meadowlark Music Festival expands its June 11 concert to include an afternoon of music and activities at East Campus, plus an evening concert by Grammy nominee Dave Eggar.
Ceramics grad student
Alexandria Knipe will travel to Turkey to conduct research on ancient Islamic pots on a Fulbright fellowship.
UNL officially became a member of the Big Ten Conference on July 1, 2011. The Big Ten Council approved UNL's application to join the conference on June 11, 2010.
Lincoln East Band Director
Lance Nielsen has a unique distinction. This August he will receive his third degree from the UNL, but each has come with a different conference affiliation.
Lauren Mabry, a MFA ceramics candidate, won first prize for her piece "Cylinder," in the Eighth Annual Marge Brown Kalodner Graduate Student Exhibition.
"Something for everyone: a comedy tonight!" is this year's theme of The Ross' Jensen's Cinema 16
Movies on the Green beginning on Thursday, July 14.
Dennis Schneider, Professor Emeritus of Trumpet at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, has been selected to receive the International Trumpet Guild's (ITG) Award of Merit for 2012.
NET Television performance documentary will be offered nationally by PBS, with the program airing Sunday, July 31, at 9:30 p.m. CT on NET/HD.
UNL Bands were named co-recipients with Eastern New Mexico University of the
F. Lee Bowling Award for having the most participants in the National Intercollegiate Band (NIB).
Chiara String Quartet will perform on Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in Kimball Recital Hall, as part of the Hixson-Lied Concert Series presented by the UNL School of Music.
The Hixson-Lied College is now accepting applications for the second year of its internship program.
Four students will be hired to intern for the 2011-2012 academic year.
Matthew Blache and BFA student Neil Griess are among six selected for The Fascinators: The Inaugural Charlotte Street Biennial of Regional BFA/MFA Candidates.
Cornhusker Marching Band Exhibition will take place this Friday night at Memorial Stadium. The next evening, the Big Red Singers will take to the stage in Westbrook.
Friends of the Ross are sponsoring a movie talk this Sunday, August 28 at 2:30 pm immediately following the 1:00 pm screening of " Tabloid." The talk is free.
The School of Music announces faculty artist
Ann Chang will give a piano recital on Tuesday, August 30 at 7:30 pm in Kimball Recital Hall. The recital is free.
Bob Uecker, former Major League Baseball player, sportscaster, comedian and actor known as "Mr. Baseball," will present the next Carson Lecture at UNL on Nov. 4.
The exhibition features the work of four contemporary artists from Kansas City. The exhibition runs
Sept. 6 through Oct. 6 with an opening night reception on Wednesday, Sept. 7.
Francisco Souto, Associate Professor of Art, won honorable mention for his piece, "After Uno y el Universo II" at the 2011 International Mezzotint Festival in Russia.
A mural of 24 segments depicting
George Flippin will be unveiled in on Sept. 16. It was created by student volunteers in Professor Aaron Holz's advanced painting class.
Theatrix, the student-operated theatre organization, introduces its "Season of Fire" with award-winning playwright Tracy Letts' play, " Killer Joe."
A 12-member committee, led by
Susan Poser, dean of the College of Law, has started the search process to forward candidates for a new dean of the Hixson-Lied College.
Dr. William Kelso, Director of Archaeology at Historic Jamestowne, will present the free, public lecture "Jamestowne: The Buried Truth" on Monday, Sept. 26.
Native American Public Telecommunications announces its fourth biennial VisionMaker Film Festival, September 30 - October 6 in Lincoln, Omaha, and Kearney.
Tim Fain and Paul Barnes will perform in the Oct. 4 preview of Portals at UNL, featuring music by Phillip Glass, a film by Kate Hackett and Benjamin Millepied, and poetry.
University Theatre season opens with "Bright Ideas" by Eric Coble, October 6, 7 and 12-15 at 7:30 p.m. and October 9 at 2:00 p.m. in the Studio Theatre of the Temple Building.
The Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts is seeking applications for the 15th annual
Nebraska Young Artist Awards.
The exhibition opens
Oct. 10 and runs through Nov. 17 in the Eistentrager-Howard Gallery with an opening reception held on Monday, Oct. 10 from 5:30-7 p.m..
The School of Music presents the 3rd Annual
New Music for Big Band from UNL concert, Tuesday, Oct 11 at 7:30 p.m. in Kimball Recital Hall.
Chamber Singers will perform traditional and contemporary works in "Giving Voice to Sheldon" in the museum's Great Hall under the direction of Therees Hibbard.
The University of Nebraska Foundation and the Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts announced a major gift from
James and Rhonda Seacrest on October 6.
The Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film has announced the winners of the
Screenplay Competition for the second film in the Carson School Film Series.
Department of Art and Art History and Visual Artists in Practice (VAP) will present Open Studios on Friday, Oct. 21 from 5-8 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
Organized by student
Kyren Conley, the exhibition is on disply in the Nebraska Union Rotunda Gallery Oct. 17-21. The pieces will be auctioned at a dinner in the spring.
Theatrix, the student-operated theatre organization under the auspices of the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film, continues its Season of Fire with a devised piece.
The Lincoln-Omaha Society of the
Archaeological Institute of America's next lecturer is Nancy Serwint, presenting on the goddess Aphrodite on Monday, Nov. 7.
University Theatre season continues with " Lady Windermere's Fan" by Oscar Wilde, November 10-12 and 16-19 in the Temple Building.
John W. Carson Foundation announced today a $1 million gift to the University of Nebraska Foundation to create the Johnny Carson Opportunity Scholarship Fund.
The School of Music and UNL Opera presents Mozart's "
The Marriage of Figaro," Friday, November 11 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, November 13 at 3:00 p.m.
Friends of the Ross, a support group for the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center, is offering first-time memberships to faculty and staff at a reduced rate.
With the holidays approaching, one UNL senior already has a newfound gift to be thankful for - albeit a hard-earned one.
Zachary Smith was recently awarded a Marshall Scholarship.
DRRRROP," an exhibition of exhibitions, will open Nov. 28 and run through Dec. 2 at the UNL Department of Art and Art History's Eisentrager-Howard Gallery.
Clay Club and Fine Art Photo Club will host a Holiday Sale and Raffle on Friday, December 9 from 9-6 p.m. and Saturday, December 10 from 9-5 p.m.
The Department of Art and Art History presents the work of this semester's graduating seniors in the "
BA/BFA Capstone Exhibition" Dec. 12-16 in the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery.
Even as the end of the semester draws near, the School of Music is featuring a full slate of concerts and performances this week.
String Quartet No. 3 from the
Chiara String Quartet's "Jefferson Friedman Quartets CD" released this year on New Amsterdam Records, has been nominated for a Grammy® Award.
Biennial Faculty Art Exhibition, featuring the work of faculty from the UNL Department of Art and Art History, will be on display from Jan. 17 - Feb. 23, 2012.
School of Music professors
Eric Richards and Paul Haar traveled to China in November to perform and give masterclasses at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music.
The Department of Art and Art History studio art faculty will present their work in a variety of media in an exhibition, from Jan. 25 - Feb. 18 in the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery in Richards Hall.
The School of Music announces composer Robert Sirota's
Fantasy will receive its Nebraska premiere in a performance by cellist Gregory Beaver and pianist Soyeon Lee.
The School of Music presents its Jazz Ensembles I and II in a performance with Lincoln Southeast High School's Jazz Ensemble I in a concert featuring legendary Benny Carter's
Kansas City Suite.
Kurt Knecht, who graduated with his Doctor of Musical Arts degree in music composition in August 2009, is the recipient of the 2009 Folsom Distinguished Dissertation Award.
The Lincoln-Omaha Society of the Archaeological Institute of America announces Professor Phil Stinson will be speaking on the Civil Basilica of Aphrodisias.
The Department of Art and Art History’s ceramics area will host visiting artists Tony Marsh and Christina Cordova in February. Their three-day visit will feature lectures and demonstrations.
Giuseppe Verdi's opera
Rigoletto is being produced by the School of Music under the direction of Dr. William Shomos. The upcoming performance will feature Todd Thomas in the title role.
The annual Celebration of Graduate Student Work will be Thursday, March 11, from noon to 4 p.m. in the Van Brunt Visitors Center. The event is free and open to the public.
The Hixson-Lied College announces the recipients of the 2010 Fine and Performing Arts Alumni Board alumni awards. The awards will be presented at the annual Honors Day Dinner.
The School of Music Women's Chorale and Varsity Men's Chorus ensembles will come together to perform Randall Thompson's
Peaceable Kingdom, a sequence of a cappella choruses.
The School of Music proudly announces that UNL Opera will be on the road performing sung opera scenes ranging from
Don Giovanni to Candide at the Tassel Performing Arts Center in Holdrege, NE.
The Clay Club and the Lincoln Print Group will each host their Annual Spring Art Sales in Richards Hall. The print sale will be in Room 121 and the ceramics sale in Room 118.
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln's Faculty Jazz Ensemble is featured in "Jazz Cabaret," a new NET Television program to be premiered on Tuesday, May 25, at UNL's Sheldon Museum of Art.
Shannon Cameron is one of two theatre students nationally to receive the 2010 Stage Directors and Choreographers Society Directing Fellowship from the KCACTF.
Eighteen students are studying Japanese visual culture in Kyoto and Tokyo in a partnership between the Department of Art and Art History and the College of Journalism and Mass Communications.
The School of Music has moved up the date for its annual Midwest Clarifest, now set for October 4, 2010. Be sure to register for the competition and the day's events.
The Faculty Jazz Ensemble, comprised of Paul Haar, Darryl White, Eric Richards, Peter Bouffard, Rusty White, Tom Larson, and Steve Helfand, will appear on NET Television this July 6 and 16.
Dan Perry, a 2006 Master of Fine Arts in sculpture graduate at UNL, was commissioned to create the cauldron for the National Special Olympics being held in Lincoln July 17-24.
Go behind the scenes as the award-winning international dance company, Troika Ranch, struggles to create its next great work in "loopdiver: The Journey of a Dance," airing Sunday, July 25, at 9:30 p.m.
The stars will shine again as the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center and the University Program Council unspool the annual Movies on the Green 2010 series.
The Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film is completing the first film in The Carson School Film Series, "Vipers in the Grass" by Jorge Jamacona.
The Hixson-Lied College welcomes four new faculty: Jeffry Eckels and Damon Lee to the School of Music, and Carrie Lee Patterson and Laurel Shoemaker to the Johnny Carson School.
The Cornhusker Marching Band will kick off the Fall 2010 Season with the annual Exhibition Concert on Friday, August 20 at 7:00 pm in Memorial Stadium. This event is FREE and open to the public.
The University Theatre will stage four productions this season, including
Twelfth Night and the The Misanthrope. All but one of the shows will be directed by Masters students within the School.
Professor Hazel Dodge, from Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, will be speaking on the popularity of Roman spectacular shows in the Eastern Mediterranean on September 13 in Richards Hall.
Zach Smith, a junior music and political science major, is one of two University of Nebraska–Lincoln recipients of a prestigious Boren Scholarship.
Special $5 discount tickets for UNL students are available for the 2010-2011 seasons of Met HD Live and National Theatre Live, shown at the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center.
Applicants are sought for the 14th annual Nebraska Young Artist Awards, which annually recognizes 11th grade students from Nebraska who are gifted and talented in the fine and performing arts.
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts has announced that Paul Barnes has been named Hixson-Lied Professor of Piano beginning this fall.
The UNL School of Music welcomes guest artist Dana Robinson in an organ recital, Sunday, September 19 at 3:00 pm in Kimball Recital Hall.
Theatrix, the student-run theatre organization at the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film, launches its 2010-2011 season with an exciting production of
. Compleat Female Stage Beauty
The Textile Society of America will be hosting the exhibition
"Binary Fiction: Digital Weaving 2010" as part of their 12th Biennial Symposium in the Eisentrager-Howard Art Gallery from October 4-29.
Experimental dance, circus arts and mesmerizing spectacles will impress audiences at the Lied Center when
Time Lapse Dance performs as part of an Interdisciplinary Arts Symposium residency.
The School of Music presents guest pianist
Jack Winerock in a recital on September 26 at 7:30 pm in Kimball Recital Hall. The repertoire will include works by Franz Schubert and Edward MacDowell.
October 16, NET will be broadcasting the premiere of the Director's Cut version of "Jazz Cabaret," a program featuring the UNL Faculty Jazz Ensemble. See the full story for more dates and times.
University Theatre, the academic main stage producing wing of the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film, opens its 2010-2011 season with
by Sidney Michaels, on Dylan October 79 and 1215.
premiered in Paris on June 25, 1910. One hundred years later, the UNL Symphony Orchestra will tackle the piece with an assist from some 21st century music technology. The Firebird
Sunday, Oct. 24 at 2 p.m. in Richards Hall, Dr. Kevin Crisman will present " Heroine of the Western Frontier: The Archaeology of an Early American River Steamboat."
Lincoln artist and recent UNL alumnus,
Susan Dewsnap, received Best of Show in the prestigious and juried 18th Annual Strictly Functional Pottery National exhibition for her piece "Lidded Jar."
Master of Fine Arts students will open their studios to the public during an open house,
5 to 8 pm, Oct. 22 in Richards Hall. The students will be present to show and discuss their art work.
Be afraid...be very afraid! Join UNL Theatre's student organization
Starving Actors as they present their third annual Haunted House: Dead Letter Days from Oct. 29-31.
A part of the Arts Outreach Initiative, undergraduate students in the college can now apply to participate in paid internships with local arts organizations.
Theatrix continues its fall season with . Adapted and directed by senior Jordan Deffenbaugh, piece is inspired by Alighieri's fourteenth-century epic poem, The Inferno The Divine Comedy.
The Dept. of Art and Art History and the Under Pressure Print Club (UPPC) will host
Beauvais Lyons as the 2010 UPPC Visiting Artist, to be in residence November 8-12.
The School of Music opera program presents the regional premier of
this week on The Light in the Piazza Friday, Nov. 12 at 7:30 pm, and Sunday, Nov. 14 at 3:00 pm.
University Theatre continues its season with Moliere's classic comedy
. Performances run the two weekends before and after Thanksgiving, The Misanthrope November 18-20 and December 1-4.
The School of Music had 30 finalists, as well as Singer of the Year honors at the 2010 West Central Regional National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Vocal Auditions Nov. 4-6.
The Clay Club will host their
Annual Winter Ceramics Sale and Raffle on Friday, December 10 from 9-6 pm and Saturday, December 11 from 9-5 pm. The sale will be held in Richards Hall, room 118.
UNL Opera and high school choral students will again brings Menotti's
to life for Lincoln-area 5th graders and for the general public this Amahl and the Night Visitors December 9-11.
Dec. 3, the visual art in the Sheldon Art Museum will be joined with the art of music, compliments of the UNL Chamber Singers in a concert titled "Sheldon: A Winter Gem."
Nebraska Repertory Theatre celebrates the season with a musical adaptation of by Peter Ekstrom. Performances are The Gift of the Magi December 9-11 at 7:30 pm and December 11-12 at 2:00 pm.
Student Advisory Board presents a special showing of the movie free for all Hixson-Lied College students on A Christmas Story Tuesday, Dec. 7 at 7:30 pm at the Ross.
Sunday, Dec. 12, the School of Music will take Amahl and the Night Visitors on the road to Holdrege, Neb., as part of a unique collaboration with CASNR and the Nebraska Alumni Association.
The work of 12 students in a
Digital Arts Initiative class will be featured in a new exhibition entitled "Ctrl/Alt/Esc: Technology and the Landscape" in the Drift Station Gallery Dec. 3-17.
Three dissertations from the School of Music students earned spots on the UNL Libraries Digital Commons' Top-20 most downloaded UNL dissertations list of 2010.
Images from a collection of artists' books donated to the University Archives by Karen Kunc are now available online through the UNL Libraries' digital collections.
Veronica L. Passalacqua, curator of the C.N. Gorman Museum, will be the next Geske Lecturer in the annual history of the arts lecture series presented by the College.
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.
The School of Music presents the Cornhusker Marching Band Exhibition on Friday, August 22, 2008, 7:00 p.m. in Memorial Stadium. Get a head start on the Husker football season!
The School of Music concert will feature Diane Barger, Mark Clinton, Jeffrey McCray, David Neely, the Moran Quintet, and the University of Nebraska Brass Quintet.
The Lincoln-Omaha Society of the AIA announces a lecture by professor Erin Walcek Averett, from Creighton University, who will be speaking on ancient masked rituals of ancient Greece and Cyprus.
André Thomas, conductor and composer/arranging of Florida State University, will soon be joining School of Music students during his Kjelson residency for a period of rehearsals and training.
The Eskridge Collection of Outsider, Folk Art and Contemporary Self-Taught Art will present "Inside...Out," an exhibition of the assemblages of Janet Hannah Eskridge starting October 6.
The Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts seeks applications for the 12th-annual Nebraska Young Artist Awards. Applications must be postmarked by Dec. 5, 2008.
With 22 finalists, UNL's School of Music was the most successful participating school in the 2008 National Association of the Teachers of Singing's (NAST) West Central Regional Vocal Auditions.
Graduate students and select undergraduates of the Department of Art and Art History invite you to view their current work during an open house on Friday November 14.
Dr. Michael Hoff, from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, will present a lecture on the similarity between the pageantry of Nebraska football and ancient Roman religion.
Professor of Art, Gail Kendall, has received the 2009 National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts Excellence in Teaching Award.
Eleven undergraduate degree candidates in studio art will present their work in the BFA Capstone Exhibition at the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery in Richards Hall in December.
The UNL Clay Club will host its Annual Winter Ceramics Sale on December 12 and 13 in Richards Hall, room 118. Works of ceramic art created by students and alumni will be for sale.
Susan Dewsnap, who received her Master of Fine Arts in ceramics in May 2008 from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, has had her piece "Four Small Plates" accepted into the 5th World Ceramic Biennale.
The exhibitions "Vacant Spaces" and "The Portrait in Print" open Jan. 19 in the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery in Richards Hall. "Vacant Spaces" is a curatorial project by Rosemary Burk.