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Cultural and Recreational Activities

This category includes the use of campus facilities to provide cultural and entertainment events such as concerts and theater series that are for the general public. It also includes the use of campus facilities for organized particpatory recreational, personal fitness, and athletic activities for non-students.

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"A" Festival, College of Fine & Performing Arts, UNL

Classification:

3
Elementary and middle school students and teachers
An outdoor, experiential arts and architecture festival to elementary schools within walking distance from UNL campus, this one day event in September hosts 700 K-8 students annually, utilizes students and alumni as hosts, and provides artists and supplies for all hands-on activities.
Each group of 15-20 students spends 20 minutes at each arts booth visiting eight booths during their visit to the festival
Ron Bowlin
College of Fine & Performing Arts
116 Arch Hall
University of Nebraska
Lincoln, NE 68588-0144
402 472-2997
rbowlin@unlinfo.unl.edu
http://www.unl.edu/finearts
  Sector: University
Abraham Lincoln Lecture series, University of Nebraska Press

Classification:

3
General public, university students, staff and faculty
Begun in 1995, this annual series aims to remind the citizens of Lincoln and beyond of the principles that Lincoln championed: education, justice, tolerance, and union. Each year the University of Nebraska Press invites a noted scholar to deliver a series of public lectures, co-sponsored with other University of Nebraska departments. In addition, the Press publishes each year's lectures in a single volume.
Lectures are held on and off-campus and are free and open to the public.
Kathryn Kelley, Publicity Manager
312 N. 14th St.
Lincoln, NE 68588-0484
402/472-5938
e-mail: kkelley@unlinfo.unl.edu
http://nebraskapress.unl.edu
  Sector: University
Al Wheeler Activity Center

Classification:

3
Students, faculty and staff, general public
Indoor pool, weight room, sports courts within Al Wheeler Center
Paula Czirr
(402)872-2246; czirr@bobcat.peru.edu
  Sector: State Colleges
Amphitheater, Castle of Perseverance

Classification:

3
Student performances of plays, dance
Performances of plays, dance
Dean Karen A. White
Fine Arts Education Building
UNO
Omaha, NE 68182
Phone: (402) 554-2232
  Sector: University
Art Exhibitions, Department of Art & Art History, UNL

Classification:

3
Artists, students, faculty, staff, and members of the University and local community
On-going schedule of art exhibitions by a variety of arts and groups: faculty, students, and guest artists
Presented on campus, free of charge at the:
The Gallery of the Department of Art & Art History
Richards Hall 102
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68588-0114
Phone: 402/472-9426
Joseph M. Ruffo, Chair
Department of Art & Art History
Nelle Cochrane Woods Hall 207
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68588-0114
402 472-2631
jruffo@unlinfo.unl.edu
http://www.unl.edu/finearts/art.html
  Sector: University
Artist Diversity Residency Program, College of Fine & Performing Arts, UNL

Classification:

3
High school students, University and other local colleges/universities undergraduates and graduate students, and the public
Hosts residencies of one to three weeks of artists from diverse cultural backgrounds to promote a greater appreciation for cultural diversity
Various classrooms and Kimball Recital Hall
Ron Bowlin
College of Fine & Performing Arts
116 Arch Hall
University of Nebraska
Lincoln, NE 68588-0144
402 472-2997
rbowlin@unlinfo.unl.edu
http://www.unl.edu/finearts
  Sector: University
Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park

Classification:

3
Persons interested in paleontology and scientific exploration. Patrons include residents of Nebraska; school children from Nebraska, western Iowa, and southern South Dakota; and tourists. Spring, summer, and early fall only. Fees.
Well-preserved fossilized remains of mammals and birds that died suddenly at a small pond about 10 million years before the present. Most of the fossils remain in place, under a permanent canopy. Visitors can observe active excavation of the site by museum paleontologists. Tourist center.
Self and guided-tours. Video Sands of Time@ shown daily. Visits with scientific staff.
Rick Otto, Superintendent
PO Box 66
Royal, NE 68773
402/893-2000
e-mail: rotto@unlinfo.unl.edu
  Sector: University
Black and Gold Series, Wayne State College

Classification:

3
students, faculty and staff, general public
Various drama and musical events
Ramsey Theatre
Dr. Beverly Soll
(402)375-7492; bsoll@wscgate.wsc.edu
  Sector: State Colleges
Center for Cultural Outreach, Wayne State College

Classification:

3
Students, faculty and staff, general public
Performances and exhibits
Newsletter, campus facilities, community outreach
Dr. Beverly Soll
(402)375-7492; bsoll@wscgate.wsc.edu
  Sector: State Colleges
Children's Theatre, Wayne State College

Classification:

3
School children from the region
Musical plays of interest to children
Ramsey Theatre
Dr. Andre Sedriks
(402)375-7422; asedriks@wscgate.wsc.edu
  Sector: State Colleges
Dale Planetarium, Wayne State College

Classification:

3
General Public
Planetarium is located on the first floor of the Carhart Science Building
Carl Rump, 402/375-7343, crump@wscgate.wsc.edu
  Sector: State Colleges
Department of Music and Dance

Classification:

3
University students, high school students, parents, music educators and general public interested in the performing arts.
Concerts, student and guest recitals, music clinics, workshops and master classes, contests, music camps, and parades.
Concert performances by Kearney Area Symphony Orchestra, Symphonic Band Wind Ensemble, Marching and Pep Band, Choraleers, Collegium, Men's and Women's Chorus, Opera Workshop, Musical Theatre, Nebraskats, Jazz Rock Ensemble. There are recitals offered by students, faculty, and guest artists. Clinics, workshops and master classes are offered by music faculty, guest clinicians and artists. There are contests adjudicated by local and regional judges and music faculty. There are music camps directed by music faculty and nationally recognized music specialists. There are also parades organized by music faculty, university personnel and community volunteers.
Ronald Crocker, Chair of Music and Dance
308-865-8618
Department of Music and Dance
University of Nebraska - Kearney
Kearney, NE 68849
crockerr@platte.unk.edu
  Sector: University
Exhibitions & Programs, Lentz Center for Asian Culture, UNL

Classification:

3
University community and general public
The Center mounts four temporary exhibitions a year. These shows can include artifacts or paintings from any part of Asia in any museum. A program is usually held in conjunction with an exhibition and is pertinent to the exhibition. Music, sword demonstrations, mandala making, lectures, and chanting have all been used to accompany a particular show. Guided tours and brief lectures and also provided by appointment.
In addition to tours and talks, extensive labeling is provided. Handouts with more general information accompany most exhibitions, and occasionally catalogues.
Barbara Banks, Director/Curator
329 Morrill Hall
University of Nebraska
Lincoln, NE 68588-0561
402 472-5841
  Sector: University
Fine Arts Series, Peru State College

Classification:

3
Students, faculty and staff, general public
Cultural experience for residents of southeast Nebraska
Visiting artists perform or exhibit in the Auditorium or Jindra Fine Arts Building
Dr. Sara Crook, Interim Chair of Humanities Division
402 872-2237; crook@bobcat.peru.edu
  Sector: State College
Fort Robinson Post Playhouse

Classification:

3
Summer tourists at Fort Robinson State Park, general public from the region
Summer repertory theatre
Productions performed at Fort Robinson Post Playhouse at Fort Robinson
Ms. Loree MacNeill, Director of Fine Arts Activities
(308)432-6317; lmacneill@csc1.csc.edu
  Sector: State Colleges
Galaxy Series, Chadron State College

Classification:

3
Students, faculty and staff, general public
Musical, dramatic and artistic "road shows" and exhibits
Performances and exhibits usually in various campus facilities such as the Main Auditorium or Art Gallery of Memorial Hall
Ms. Loree MacNeill, Director of Fine Arts Activities
(308)432-6317; lmacneill@csc1.csc.edu
  Sector: State Colleges
Health and Fitness Program

Classification:

3
Athletic associates.
Access to gyms, weight areas, racquetball courts, swimming pool.
Activities.
Dr. Donald Lackey, Chair
(308) 865-8335
Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Leisure Studies
College of Education
University of Nebraska - Kearney
Kearney, NE 68849
LACKEY@platte.unk.edu
  Sector: University
Human Performance Lab

Classification:

3
Local and regional citizens.
Fitness and nutrition assistance.
Programs.
Dr. Richard Seip
Human Performance Lab.
308-865-8179
Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Leisure Studies
College of Education
University of Nebraska at Kearney
Kearney, NE 68849
SEIPR@platte.unk.edu
  Sector: University
International Quilt Study Center

Classification:

3
Nebraskans, as well as North American or International quilters.
The Center provides study of quilts as historical, social, artistic, technical, political and spiritual manifestations of society. The Center includes the Robert and Ardis James Collection of 950 antique and contemporary quilts.
Public exhibits are scheduled for international, national and Nebraska museums and galleries.
Dr. Patricia Cox Crews
Director, International Quilt Study Center
234 Home Economics Building
University of Nebraska
Lincoln, NE 68583-0802
Phone: 402/472-2911
URL: http://www.ianr.unl.edu/tcd/quilts/homepage.htm
  Sector: University
Lewis E. Harris Lectures on Public Policy

Classification:

3
General public
Annual lectures on major public policy issues that affect the relationship between business and government in today's economy
Public lectures, usually in Lied Center for Performing Arts
Norm Braaten, Assistant Director
Research Grants and Contracts Office
303 Canfield Administration
Lincoln, NE 68588-0430
402/472-3171
e-mail: nbraaten@unl.edu
  Sector: University
Mary Riepma Ross Film Theater, College of Fine & Performing Arts, UNL

Classification:

3
General public and University community
Innovative American independent work including non-narrative, experimental films and video; classic foreign and American cinema illustrative of traditional and historical perspectives; documentaries which examine a wide variety of issues of concern; and contemporary foreign cinema of substance.
Offering a choice selection of critically acclaimed, first-run releases and classics from the United States and abroad, the internationally recognized Mary Riepma Ross Film Theater features a diverse and stimulating presentation of the cinematic arts.
Danny L. Ladely, Director
402/472-5353
P.O. Box 880302
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68588-0302
dladely@unlinfo.unl.edu
http://www.unl.edu/mrrft
  Sector: University
Midwest Conference on World Affairs

Classification:

3
Nebraska students, faculty and community members.
Annual conference on world affairs.
Each year an academic college of the University of Nebraska at Kearney develops the World Affairs Conference in conjunction with community member from the newspaper, hospital, professional organizations, hotels and other local business people to provide a forum for discussion about world affairs. The 1997 conference was entitled "Children's Rights and Our Responsibilities" and was coordinated by the College of Education. Over 2,000 people from the campus, community and region attended.
Dr. Jerald Fox, Director
International Education
University of Nebraska at Kearney
Kearney, NE 68849
(308) 865-8246 / FOX@platte.unk.edu
  Sector: University
Morrill Hall

Classification:

3
Individuals interested in the natural and cultural history of Nebraska and the northern Great Plains. Patrons include residents of Nebraska; school children from Nebraska, western Iowa, and northern Kansas; UNL students and classes; and tourists. Donation suggested.
Exhibits and galleries depict the natural history and early people of Nebraska and the northern Great Plains and represent the state's biological, cultural, and geological resources with fossils of Nebraska especially well represented. Elephant Hall with its educational display of fossil and recent elephants is a well-known Nebraska landmark. Field trips are offered in the summer months. Dinosaurs, Etc.. . , the museum shop, offers natural history objects.
Most tours by patrons are self-guided, but schools and other groups may arrange for educational tours by calling reservations. The displays include educational labels and some have representative sounds and textures, exhibits in the Mesozoic Gallery are interactive.
James R. Estes
Director, State Museum
State Museum, 307 Morrill Hall
Lincoln, NE 68588-0338
Information: 402/472-2642
Reservations: 402/472-6302
http://www-museum.unl.edu
  Sector: University
Music Events: Recitals and Performances, School of Music, UNL

Classification:

3
Junior high and high school students, music listeners and attendees
Over 150 recitals and concerts each year by faculty, guest artists, and students; All State Help Sessions; Winter Winds & Percussion Festival; LincolnCommunity Concert Band; Lincoln Orchestra Association; National Organ Conference; Double Reed Day, Saxophone Day, Clarinet Day, Flute Day, Cello Day, Piano Day; Nebraska Jazz Festival; Choral Invitational for Female Singers; Oratorio Chorus; Great Plains Summer Music Camp; Church Music Workshop; Junior High Band Camp; High School Marching Band Camp
Open to public, Westbrook Music Building, Kimball Recital Hall, Lied Center for Performing Arts
Larry Mallett, Director
School of Music
110 Westbrook Music Building
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
http://www.unl.edu/finearts/Wmus/WMB/WMB.html
  Sector: University
Music and Dance Concerts, College of Fine & Performing Arts, UNL

Classification:

3
Students and general public and spans all ages and professions
A variety of music concerts in collaboration with the School of Music Faculty Recital Series and the Great Plains Music Camp. Music of Japan, China, western Europe as well as African American spirituals and jazz have been offered. These concerts are offered in June and again during the academic year. Dance concerts are offered in the fall either independently or in collaboration with the Lied Center for Performing Arts and a ticket fee is charged.
Kimball Recital Hall for music and the Lied Center for Performing Arts mainstage for dance events
Kit Voorhees
College of Fine & Performing Arts
116 Arch Hall
University of Nebraska
Lincoln, NE 68588-0144
402 472-2997
voorhees@unlinfo.unl.edu
http://www.unl.edu/finearts
  Sector: University
NASA Regional Educator Resource Center, State Museum

Classification:

3
Educators throughout the region.
Provides free educational and curricular materials developed by NASA to include videotapes, computer programs, slides, photographs, and posters.
Teachers may visit the center or contact the coordinator.
Donna Maranville,
State Museum, 135 Morrill Hall
Lincoln, NE 68588-0338
402/472-4525
dmaranvi@unlinfo.unl.edu
  Sector: University
National Youth Sports Program

Classification:

3
Youth ages 10 - 16.
Health and sports activities. Community representatives, e.g., police, firemen, and others that affect the lives of youth. Lunch supplied.
Summer workshop for five weeks.
Ms. Kate Snyder
(308) 865- 8336
Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Leisure Studies
College of Education
University of Nebraska at Kearney
Kearney, NE 68849
  Sector: University
Nebraska Shakespeare Festival, Shakespeare on the Green

Classification:

3
Public, faculty, students
Shakespearean Plays (2 per summer)
Plays on UNO Campus
Dean Karen A. White
Fine Arts Education Building
UNO
Omaha, NE 68182
Phone: (402) 554-2232
  Sector: University
Outreach Program, Lied Center for Performing Arts, UNL

Classification:

3
The mission of the Lied Center's outreach program is to provide a program of lifelong learning through the arts by making the experiences accessible to all members of the community.
The outreach program offers traditional matinee performances, as well as activities that educate both young and old about the unique nature of live performing arts, while creating a sense of appreciation and understanding. We provide activities, such as master classes, lecture demonstrations and mini-performances, with our visiting artists. These activities allow for interaction with the artist to nurture arts appreciation and develop cultural awareness with the participants.
Matinee performances are held at the Lied Center for Performing Arts. Other residency activities are held both at the Lied Center and in locations throughout the State of Nebraska, in schools, businesses, and community centers.
Gail McNair, Director of Outreach Programs
402-472-4712
301 N. 12th Street, PO Box 880151
Lincoln, NE 68588-0151
gmcnair@unlinfo.unl.edu
http://www.unl.edu.lied
  Sector: University
Performing Arts and Cultural Activities

Classification:

3
General public, students and alumnus in the Grand Island area.
The Hornady-Marshall Auditorium hosts programs from a range of sources. One series of performances is provided by the College Park participating institutions. A tour group from New England provides foreign language enhancement programs for students in central Nebraska. The Altrusa Club professional club conducts a travel film series with on site narration.
The College Park staff coordinates the scheduling and, where appropriate, rental or the auditorium the various activities or series.
Events Coordinator
308-385-6411
College Park at Grand Island
3180 W. Highway 34
Grand Island, NE 68801
  Sector: University
Plains Writers Series, Wayne State College

Classification:

3
Students, faculty and staff, general public
Literary and cultural experience for residents of northeast Nebraska, featuring classic and contemporary writers from the Great Plains.
Readings and lectures in Ley Theatre
J.V. Brummels
(402)375-7394; jbrummels@wscgate.wsc.edu
  Sector: State Colleges
Planetarium and Observatory Public Programming

Classification:

3
All ages with a special focus on the public schools
The Planetarium has nearly eighty shows every year, thirty of which are for public school groups. The Observatory has twenty nights of open viewing during the year. All shows are free, including a special Christmas presentation.
The Planetarium and Observatory are located in Bruner Hall of science. These facilities are operated by the Department of Physics and Physical Science. The programs are advertised and announced to the public through the local news media.
Dr. Jose Mena-Werth, Department of Physics and Physical Science
308-865-8675 or 308-865-8277
Department of Physics and Physical Science
University of Nebraska - Kearney
Kearney, NE 68849
werth@platte.unk.edu
  Sector: University
Ralph Mueller Planetarium

Classification:

3
School children, UNL students and classes, and tourists. Fees.
Educational programs on space and astronomy and laser shows set to contemporary music. Special shows for school groups. Laser shows outside the Planetarium may be arranged for a fee, and the staff also serve as consultants.
Computerized slide and light shows and movies, all projected on the planetarium dome.
Jack Dunn, Planetarium Coordinator
State Museum, 213 Morrill Hall
Lincoln, NE 68588-0338
402/472-2641
  Sector: University
Recreation Center Programs, Wayne State College

Classification:

3
Students, faculty and staff, general public
Public recreational and sports facilities
Services and facilities available at Recreation Center
(402)375-7520
  Sector: State Colleges
Recreation Program

Classification:

3
UNK students, faculty and staff - serve 5000 individuals per year.
Recreation opportunities, e.g. weight lifting, racquetball, swimming, basketball, tennis, volleyball, running.
Open facilities and planned events.
Dr. Edgar Scantling, Associate Professor
(308) 865-8677
Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Leisure Studies
College of Education
University of Nebraska at Kearney
Kearney, NE 68849-4240
SCANTLINGE@platte.unk.edu
  Sector: University
Recreational Activities

Classification:

3
General Public
UNO's College of Continuing Studies provides personal recreational and wellness programs. Maverick Masters Swim Program offers practice sessions tailored to each individual's abilities and needs. The college also offers Tai Chi, Yoga, and Qi Gong courses to encourage healthy mind-body development for adults.
Courses include personal and group instruction, demonstration, lecture, participation, exercises, and discussion.
UNO's College of Continuing Studies
phone: 402/595-2372
  Sector: University
Shakespeare in the Willow Bowl

Classification:

3
General public
Shakespearian theatre performed in the natural amphitheater of the Willow Bowl on Wayne State College's campus
Performances in the Willow Bowl
Dr. Andre Sedriks
(402)375-7422; asedriks@wscgate.wsc.edu
  Sector: State Colleges
Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery & Sculpture Garden/Interpretation Program, UNL

Classification:

3
All/General Public
University: students with classes, students and faculty visiting independently of classes
Community: adult volunteer docents; Lincoln Public Schools 4th, 5th & 6th graders with docent-led tours; other visitor audiences
Regional: annual Statewide traveling exhibition, visitor audiences
National: internally organized exhibitions are circulated nationally where they are viewed by all visitor audiences
International: visitor audience; access to exhibitions and individual artworks exhibited off-site (i.e., museums all over the world request collection objects for exhibitions)
Web site offers access to wide selection of collection
(on-site and outreach)
Access to collection of world-class art objects through exhibitions, teacher institutes such as Prairie Visions, and the Arts Partner Leadership Academy, and our Web-site
Exhibitions of permanent collection of American art of this century
On-site touring exhibitions of major significance on loan from lending institutions
Educational information available on Web-site
Docent Program: adult education for volunteer docents annually tours
Internship program for on-the-job training for students
Museum Studies Graduate program participation by professional staff
Opportunities for lifelong learning for in-house professional staff via on-site programming and attendance at statewide, regional and national conferences
Exhibitions, individual study provided through interpretive materials accompanying exhibitions, classroom/group study through docent-led tours, internet
George W. Neubert, Director
402-472-2463
Sheldon Memoria l Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden
12th & R Streets
Lincoln, NE 68588-0300
http://sheldon.unl.edu
Dr. Daniel A. Siedell, Curator
402-472-2461
Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden
12th & R Streets
Lincoln, NE 68588-0300
dsiedell@unlinfo.unl.edu
Karen Janovy, Curator of Education
402-462-2461
Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden
12th & R Streets
Lincoln, NE 68588-0300
kjanovy@unlinfo.unl.edu
  Sector: University
State Museum Encounter Center

Classification:

3
Visitors to the State Museum, especially children, who want a hands-on experience with plants, animals, and rocks. Closed Mondays.
Guides present to answer questions and pose interesting problems. School tours available, teachers should contact reservations.
Highly interactive, hands on learning. Self guided or with assistance.
Kathleen French, Education Facilitator
State Museum, 131 Morrill Hall
Lincoln, NE 68588-0338
402/472-6302
e-mail: kfrench@unlinfo.unl.edu
  Sector: University
State Museum at Trailside

Classification:

3
Persons interested in natural history. Patrons include residents of Nebraska; school children from Nebraska, eastern Wyoming, and southern South Dakota; and tourists visiting Fort Robinson State Park. Spring, summer, and early fall only. Donation suggested.
Displays of the rich Cenozoic fossils of western Nebraska; arranged guided tours to Toadstool Park and its unusual rock formations and tracks of extinct organisms; Native American art shows; demonstrations of flint knapping and mineral & gem shows.
Open exhibits, tours, and demonstrations.
David Nixon, Superintendent
PO Box 462
Crawford, NE 69339
308/665-2929
  Sector: University
State Museum Education Program

Classification:

3
Teachers and students of Nebraska schools, Educational Service Units.
Educational tours of Morrill Hall galleries. Educational kits on 36 different topics are available for loan to K-12 schools at a nominal cost, these emphasize the natural history of Nebraska and Native Americans. These kits are distributed in western Nebraska by ESU #13 and in eastern Nebraska by Morrill Hall. The Teacher Resource Center provides curricular materials and support for the teachers of the state.
On-site and extension programs. Hands-on experiences for children of all ages in the Encounter Center.
Marian Langan, Education Coordinator
State Museum, 133 Morrill Hall
Lincoln, NE 68588-0338
402/472-6302
e-mail: mlangan@unlinfo.unl.edu
  Sector: University
Strauss Performing Arts Center

Classification:

3
Public, faculty, students
Concerts and recitals by UNO faculty, students, major performing ensembles, and visiting artists, i.e. "Sundays at Strauss" organ recital series.
Concerts and recitals by Omaha Symphony, Opera Omaha, Tuesday Musical Concert Series, Die Meistersingers, Omaha Area YouthOrchestra, Nebraska Choral Arts Society, Heartland Philharmonic, and Nebraska Children's Chorus
Concerts and recitals
Dean Karen A. White
Fine Arts Education Building
UNO
Omaha, NE 68182
Phone: (402) 554-2232
  Sector: University
Summer Arts, College of Fine & Performing Arts, UNL

Classification:

3
Undergraduate and graduate students, families, and general public
Presentation of a series of performing arts events, mostly out-of-doors. Series of four events using storytelling as the theme offers dance, music, and such culturally specific performances as a Native American powwow to students and general public at no charge. Performers are of local, regional and national reputation. This program is a collaboration between CFPA and Summer Sessions.
Kimball Recital Hall and selected out-of-doors sites on city and east campus
Kit Voorhees
College of Fine & Performing Arts
116 Arch Hall
University of Nebraska
Lincoln, NE 68588-0144
402 472-2997
voorhees@unlinfo.unl.edu
http://www.unl.edu/finearts
  Sector: University
Textiles, Clothing and Design Gallery

Classification:

3
Nebraskans, alumni and other visitors to campus
The Center provides an opportunity to increase understanding of fiber arts through faculty, student and invited artists' work.
Gallery hours are Monday through Thursday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Openings are scheduled for each exhibition.
Ms. Wendy Weiss
234 Home Economics Building
University of Nebraska
Lincoln, NE 68583-0802
Phone: 402/472-2911
URL: http://www.ianr.unl.edu/ianr/tcd/gallery
  Sector: University
University Theatre Productions, Department of Theatre Arts & Dance, UNL

Classification:

3
Productions are attended by members of the University community and the public
University Dance, "Theatrix" Productions, Nebraska Repertory Theatre
University Theatre is marketed to the University and Lincoln communities through the local media and through direct mail. Theatre students are given background information about productions through their involvement with courses. Admission is charged and season subscriptions are available. Productions are staged in the Howell Theatre located on the first floor of the Temple Building, and in the Studio Theatre located on the third floor of The Temple, and in the Carson Theatre of the Lied Center for Performing Arts.
Kevin Paul Hofeditz, Chair, Department of Theatre Arts & Dance
Executive Director/Producing Artistic Director, Nebraska Repertory Theatre
402 472-7014
215 Temple, 12th & R, Box 880201
Lincoln, Nebraska 68588-0201
khofedit@unlinfo.unl.edu
http://www.unl.edu/finearts/theatre.html
  Sector: University
Visiting Artist Program, Department of Art & Art History, UNL

Classification:

3
Artists, students, faculty, staff, and members of the University and local community
Visiting artists/scholars come into the classroom to work with students and also give presentations and demonstrations
Visiting artists spend from one day to a week or more, meeting with students and faculty in informal group sessions and private critiques
Joseph M. Ruffo, Chair
Department of Art & Art History
Nelle Cochrane Woods Hall 207
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68588-0114
402 472-2631
jruffo@unlinfo.unl.edu
http://www.unl.edu/finearts/art.html
  Sector: University
Weber Fine Arts Building

Classification:

3
Public, faculty, students
*Year-round student, faculty and guest artist exhibits in UNO Art Gallery
*Public Season of four plays presented in Experimental Theater
*Music and Masters - subscription lecture and concert series in UNO Art Gallery
Art exhibits, plays, subscription lecture and concert series
Dean Karen A. White
Fine Arts Education Building
UNO
Omaha, NE 68182
Phone: (402) 554-2232
  Sector: University
Wonderwise: Women in Science Learning Series

Classification:

3
Students and teachers, Educational Service Units. Emphasis on involving girls in science as a potential career.
Wonderwise provides multimedia kits based on research of women scientists.
Multimedia materials to include video and CD formats. Distributed through the Education Service Units or Morrill Hall. Available nationwide in fall of 1997.
Judy Diamond, Assistant Director for Public Programs
State Museum, 307 Morrill Hall
Lincoln, NE 68588-0338
402/472-6302
jdiamond@unlinfo.unl.edu
  Sector: University