Tuesday through Saturday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. | Closed Mondays, Sundays, holiday weekends, and between exhibitions | Free admission | 402-472-6220
Closed Saturday, May 27 for Memorial Day weekend
Deeply Rooted: Studio Art Quilt Associates
April 7 – July 15, 2017
This traveling exhibition that features narrative quilts by Studio Art Quilt Associates from Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska and Wisconsin. The imagery explores the connection of family, community, and our spirituality to nature and the Midwest soil. These aspects can be interpreted in abstract or concrete ways.
Deeply Rooted Gallery Talk – Friday, April 28 at 1 p.m.: Pat Kroth, Deeply Rooted Exhibition Co-curator, will talk about the curatorial process and highlight selected pieces from the exhibition. Additional speakers include Rebecca Kemble, co -curator, and exhibiting artists: Joann Alberda, Roz DeBoer, Carol Frank and Janet Pittman. There will also be an opportunity for audience questions.
Rising: Lari R. Gibbons
Lower-level Lentz Gallery
March 3 – June 24, 2017
An interest in habitat loss and the migration of invasive species led Gibbons to use data sets as the basis for new patterns in her abstract compositions. Gibbons creates a unique form of “deep mapping” by transforming scientific data into abstracted visual representations. Gibbons is compelled by evidence of climate change and the cascade of effects on the environment, including rising sea levels, rising temperatures—and perhaps most importantly—the probability of accelerated rates of change over time.
Human Trafficking in Nebraska and the Great Plains: A Photographic Essay by Anna Brettman
This collection of photographs was taken to fulfill a project assignment for the course “Human Trafficking in Nebraska and the Great Plains” (GSPS 291) taught by Assistant Professor Rebecca Buller as part of the undergraduate minor in Great Plains Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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Free docent tour of Bridges photography exhibition every Saturday at 1:30 p.m.