LCHS art, artist's talk, 'Date With a
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County Arts presents second annual LCHS exhibit
The opening reception for the second annual
Lincoln Community High School exhibit at the Lincoln Art Institute will be
on Thursday, May 8, from 5 to 8 p.m. The "Functional and Fine Art" exhibit
will feature a variety of pieces made of fabric, metal and wood, along with
paintings and drawings.
There is no admission charge. The show
runs through May 28.
Teachers with students exhibiting in this
year's show are Brenda Silano with fabrics, Arlyn Musselman in
metals, Cheryl Spove in fine arts and Jason Hoffman with
woodworking. Names of the students participating are not available
at this time.
The Lincoln Art Institute is at 112 S. McLean St., on the
northeast corner of the downtown square, next to the post office.
For more information, call Toby Prange, Lincoln Art Institute
curator, at 217-651-8355.
talk and critique at Keest Center on May 12
As part of the effort of Logan County Arts to
educate the public and create awareness of all types of visual arts in the
community, there will be an artist's talk and critique at 7 p.m., Monday,
May 12, at the Salvation Army Keest Center, 307 N. Kickapoo in Lincoln.
Brian K Simpson, life drawing instructor
at the McLean County Arts Center, Bloomington, will present a talk,
"Discussing Techniques of Life Drawing."
Simpson will show several of his own
drawings and discuss them, critique LCA members' drawings as well as
those of the general public, and give tips and techniques to help
improve figure drawings.
Simpson left the academic world in
1984 after completing his graduate exhibition in photography at
Illinois State University, then spent the next 20 years exploring
life drawing while making a living as a bookseller — he owns and
operates Babbit's Books in Normal. He has been affiliated with the
McLean County Arts Center for a number of years.
Admission will be charged at the
door. People attending are asked to bring a few of their drawings to
share with Simpson.
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on a blind date with a book at the Lincoln Public Library
The Lincoln Public Library District's "Blind
Date With a Book Contest" runs through the month of April.
1. Read the clues on the specially
wrapped books in the Annex and choose the book that interests you.
2. Check out the book at the
3. Tear off a piece of the wrapper and
enter your name in the drawing for the Prairie Years gift
4. Unwrap the book at home and enjoy!
The drawing will take place on May 1.
The only books eligible to read for the contest are those specially
wrapped with clues on the outside.
For more information, visit the
library or call 732-8878.