NATA Officers - Nominate Now...
Exhibit Your Student's Work and Advocate for Art in Nebraska Schools!
News from other sources...
Collection News | Art + Social Justice Week October 23–30
Our week-long dialogue on social justice opened on October 23 with a screen printing workshop outside the museum. Events continue through Friday with lectures and tours, as well as special events that include a panel discussion directed by live interactive polling, and the first ever takeover of the @SheldonMuseum Instagram account by visual artist and social activist Hank Willis Thomas.
Thomas will present "After Identity, What?" at 6 p.m. on Friday. He will discuss his ongoing, socially-engaged artistic practice, which provokes viewers by subverting misconceptions and singular views of individuals and histories.
Admission is free; doors open to the public at 5:30 p.m. The lecture will be simulcast at ianrmedia.unl.edu/live-2
Upcoming Events at Sheldon
Tuesday 10/27 5:30 PM
“Social Justice and the Law”
University of Nebraska College of Law professors will lead fast-paced conversations that engage audience members in live interactive polling.
Wednesday 10/28 12 PM
Emory Douglas: Power to the People, the Struggle Continues
Co-curators Stacy Asher and Aaron Sutherlen, assistant professors of art at UNL, will discuss their observations and experiences in organizing the exhibition.
Wednesday 10/28 5:30 PM
Social Justice Talks: Living Activism
The UNL Center for Civic Engagement has organized an evening for students to learn from experienced activists. Space is limited and registration is required. Students may sign up at goo.gl/forms/N82ypmR3UX.
Thursday 10/29 5:30 PM
“The Blackness of Space Between Matter and Meaning”
Dr. Zakiyyah Iman Jackson, assistant professor of English at George Mason University, presents her investigation of “the human” through mapping new ontologies within the frameworks of feminist new materialism and posthumanism. The talk is organized by Humanities on the Edge (HotE) and co-sponsored by Sheldon.
Friday 10/30 6 PM
“After Identity, What?”
Visual artist, photographer, and social activist Hank Willis Thomas will survey his current projects and themes. Thomas's 2004 work Priceless #1 is featured in the Sheldon exhibition Black Fire: A Constant State of Revolution.
Nebraska Art Teachers Association
Check out these active NATA members sites