2016 NATA Artist Educator Juried Exhibition - Now Accepting Entries through July 1st!
This exhibition is open to all current and retired art educators who live or work in Nebraska. Art Education students who are members of a NATA student chapter are also eligible to submit work. NATA encourages all art educators who teach or have taught at K-12 public, private and home schools, faculty from Colleges and Universities, and educators from museums. Read More...
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NebraskaArtists.org is a free website dedicated to providing Nebraska art teachers with powerful video tools tied directly to the Nebraska Visual Arts Educational Standards. The project is administered by the Museum of Nebraska Art (MONA), in partnership with the Nebraska Art Teachers Association (NATA), Joslyn Art Museum, Sheldon Museum of Art, and the Nebraska Department of Education. Videos are produced by the Ganzel Group Communications and Flicka Films both of Lincoln.
1st Tuesdays • 10:30 a.m.
MONA Zaruba Library
July 5 – The Marriage of Opposites by Alice Hoffman
August 2 – Girl in Hyacinth Blue by Susan Vreeland
September 6 – Leaving the Pink House by Ladette Randolph
For more information, contact the Museum at (308) 865-8559.
Each summer, Members of Congress travel back to their districts and states they represent for an extended work period; this year the district work period is July 16th - September 5th.
This work period is a great time to invite your Representative and Senators to arts gatherings, exhibition openings, performances, educational workshops and other events to show them first-hand the power of the arts in your community.
We have a link, through our partnership with Americans for the Arts and VoterVoice, that allows you to easily send a customizable invitation directly to your Members of Congress. You can follow the template or customize your own message. Invitations are sent directly to the congressional offices and the scheduler in the office. You can access your Congress Invitation Toolkit here.
Spotlight on Student Achievement in the Arts
Each month, Nebraskans for the Arts honors a Nebraska student who has made outstanding achievements in the visual or performing arts.
Student Nominees Needed - We are seeking nominations of Nebraska students for this program. Please go to our website and help us honor a student in your school or organization's programs that is excelling in the arts.
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Learn Adobe InDesign
Beginning InDesign - July 14
Date: Thursday, July 14, 2016
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (with one-hour lunch)
Where: Creative Center, 10850 Emmet Street Omaha, NE
Registration Deadline: Sunday, July 10, 2016
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Beginning Illustrator Tuesday, July 12, 2016, Tuesday, August 2, 2016
Introduction to After Effects Tuesday, July 19, 2016, Thursday, August 4, 2016
Beginning InDesign Thursday, July 21, 2016
Beginning Photoshop Tuesday, July 26, 2016
Intermediate Photoshop Thursday, July 28, 2016
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The winning photographs captured images of historic sites and/or hidden treasures located throughout Nebraska. The photos will soon be featured in a Sesquicentennial Traveling Photo Exhibit titled "Bridges: Sharing our Past to Enrich the Future," that will travel to six regions across the state to celebrate Nebraska's150th birthday in 2017. Learn more here!
Winning photographs will also be showcased in a digital catalog and may appear in Nebraska Tourism travel guides, posters and calendars to help promote the state of Nebraska. ALL submitted photos will join a virtual exhibit on the website at Hildegard Center for the Arts. Our "Hildegard thanks" to everyone who participated ~ Congratulations!
The Bridges Photo Call and Sesquicentennial Photo Exhibit are "Signature Events" endorsed by the Nebraska 150 Commission.