[June 24, 2013]Logan County Arts will present
its new show, "Freedom Works," with an opening reception
Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Lincoln Art Institute, on
the historic courthouse square in downtown Lincoln.
Local artists and members of Logan County Arts
have interpreted the theme in a number of ways. Contributors may
include Nate Artisco, Georgie Borchardt, Lee Hahn, Wilbert "Bert"
Hill, Jason Hoffman, Bonnie Mayo, Moses Pinkerton, Kerry Rolewicz,
Nancy Saul, Chris Tice and Randy Washam.
Media used include everything from acrylic paint, graphite
pencil, ink and metal to textiles and more. Many of the pieces are
Admission is free and donations are accepted. Light refreshments
will be served.
The show runs through Aug. 3, so there's time to bring the kids and
come on down to see how many ways "Freedom Works" has been depicted.
The Lincoln Art Institute, 112 S. McLean, is open Saturdays from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m. or by appointment.