LUX CENTER FOR THE ARTS
The LUX Center for the Arts makes art happen in Lincoln. In our classrooms, youth and adults discover the joys of pottery, printmaking, painting, jewelry, drawing and more. Throughout the year our Art Van takes art classes to at-risk youth, low-income schools, cancer patients and others that benefit from having a first-hand art experience. The LUX galleries and store represent the highest caliber work of local, regional, and national artists, exhibited in more than 18 shows annually.
THE ROBERT HILLESTAD TEXTILES GALLERY
The Robert Hillestad Textiles Gallery educates and increases awareness of the rich traditions of art, craft, design, and material culture expressed through the exhibition of all forms of textiles and apparel.
The gallery is dedicated to Dr. Robert Hillestad, an internationally renowned fiber artist and Professor Emeritus of Textiles, Merchandising and Fashion Design
INTERNATIONAL QUILT MUSEUM
The International Quilt Museum's mission is to build a global collection and audience that celebrate the cultural and artistic significance of quilts. The museum has the world's largest publicly held quilt collection, dating from the early 1700s to present and representing more than 50 countries. We hold memberships with the American Alliance of Museums and Association of Academic Museums and Galleries. We enjoy a partnership with the North American Reciprocal Museum Association (NARM) and Blue Star Museums, honoring active members of our military and their families with free admission between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
THE COSTUME LIBRARY
With over 40,000 costumes in stock and an inventory that is ever increasing and evolving, you're sure to find the perfect outfit at The Costume Library. We also have an amazing array of props, from chairs and tables to suitcases and swords. Whether you need a single vintage hat or costumes to outfit a large cast, let us help you get the job done. We even offer discounts for schools!
NEBRASKA ARTS COUNCIL
The Nebraska Arts Council in its present form was established in 1974 by an act of the Nebraska Legislature. It is governed by a board of 15 Nebraska citizens appointed by the Governor of Nebraska and managed by 10 staff members. The Nebraska Arts Council is funded by the State of Nebraska, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Nebraska Cultural Endowment, which is a unique partnership among the State of Nebraska and private contributors.
Vision to strategy to paper. Student to teacher. Culture to people.
We connect creatives through art. We harness passion and facilitate collaboration. We provide tools, teach history and cheer innovation. Through traditional and innovative print crafts, we connect passion to production, handcraft to trained eye. We transmit knowledge and offer curatorial insight. We create and we educate. We develop artists and engage community. In an electric atmosphere, we put energy to work.
ARTS AND HUMANITIES FOCUS PROGRAM
The Arts and Humanities Focus Program is designed for high school students who possess a curiosity for learning and are committed to the arts and humanities.
The Museum of Nebraska Art (MONA) celebrates the history of Nebraska’s visual art for diverse audiences. MONA collects, preserves, researches, exhibits, and interprets the work of artists who were born, lived, trained, or worked in Nebraska or who created artworks that reflect the culture of Nebraska.
THE BURKHOLDER PROJECT
A LEGACY OF ART
Part of the Historic Haymarket for nearly 30 years
The gallery houses a unique collection of 36 art and design studios with loft apartments and three levels of galleries, connected by a sun-filled atrium.
The Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer is a museum located in Grand Island, Nebraska dedicated to preserving the legacy of the Pioneers who settled the plains of central Nebraska in the late 19th century