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EXHIBIT FEATURES 22 DIFFERENT ARTISTS ALL THROUGHOUT NEBRASKA

By Nate Gonner 10/28/2013

 

              AN EXHIBIT INSIPIRED BY LITERARY WORKS FROM A NEBRASKA AUTHOR OPENED UP MONDAY MORNING AT THE KIMMEL HARDING NELSON CENTER FOR THE ARTS IN NEBRASKA CITY.

 

              ACCORDING TO CENTER FOR THE ARTS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR JENNI BRANT, IMPACT KOOSER WAS BROUGHT TO KIMMEL HARDING NELSON CENTER FOR THE ARTS FROM THE GROUP IMPACT, A NOT FOR PROFIT NEBRASKA VISUAL ARTS ORGANIZATION WITH THE MISSION TO EDUCATE THROUGH OUTREACH PROGRAMS AND EXHIBITS.

             

              BRANTS SAYS THE EXHIBIT INCLUDES SEVERAL DIFFERENT ARTISTS FROM ALL ACROSS NEBRASKA.

 

             BRANT AUDIO

 

              EACH PIECE IN THE EXHIBIT IS INSPIRED BY A POEM DONE BY NEBRASKA AUTHOR TED KOOSER, WHO WAS APPOINTED A UNITED STATE LAURIETE BACK IN 2004.

 

              THE EXHIBIT RUNS FROM NOW UNTIL DECEMBER 19TH AT THE KIMMEL HARDING NELSON CENTER FOR THE ARTS.

 

              EXHIBIT HOURS ARE FROM 10 TO 5 MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY AND ALSO BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS.

 

              FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (402) 874-9600.

 

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