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Wednesday, April 24
Public Tour
30 Americans
1-2 pm
Tour this exhibition which brings together over 60 works by contemporary African American artists focusing on important issues of racial, gender, and sexual identity; ongoing narratives of racial inequality in the United States; poverty; racial stereotyping; and the power of protest. Through painting, photography, works on paper, sculpture, installation, and video, these nationally and internationally recognized black artists offer a challenging account of race in the United States and how our shared history continues to shape the ways we interact and engage with our fellow citizens today. This is a ticketed exhibit: General public adults: $10 (Thursday evening pricing, 4-8 pm: $5 for general public adults); $5 for college students with a valid ID (tickets for those with a UNMC student ID are free); Youth ages 17 and younger: Free; Joslyn Members: Free

Tours meet in Atrium
 
Thursday, April 25
5:30P-7:00P
Contemporary Art Society (CAS) members are invited to a 5:30 pm private reception prior to a 6:30 pm public program with Riley CAP Gallery artist Fred Tomaselli. Invitations were emailed to CAS members.


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6:30P-7:30P
The public is invited to a free program with Riley CAP Gallery artist Fred Tomaselli. Drawing upon art history, as well as Eastern and Western decorative traditions, Tomaselli is known for his lively, kaleidoscopic abstractions. Tomaselli's work will be on view  in Joslyn's Riley CAP gallery February 2 through May 5, 2019.

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Friday, April 26
KBMP Young Artists Exhibition
6:00P-9:00P
This multidisciplinary exhibition showcases individual works from young artists and their mentors. Artwork sales will benefit both the artist and Joslyn’s Kent Bellows Mentoring Program.

Location: Kent Bellows Studio, 3303 Leavenworth Street
 
Saturday, April 27
Chop it Up! Ages 5-7
10:00A-11:30A
Saturdays: April 27, May 4, 11; 10-11:30 am

We will cut, paste, assemble, and arrange materials to make collaged artworks like those we’ll visit in the galleries. We’ll practice mixed media techniques layering paper or gluing gemstones to create artworks with surfaces full of texture, pattern, and interest.

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Public Tour
Sculpture!
10:30-11:30 am
Join us on a walking tour of Joslyn’s galleries and grounds for a look at sculpture—all things carved, cast, constructed, and coiled—from the ancient world to the present day.

Tours meet in Atrium
 
Together Workshop
In partnership with the Union for Contemporary Art
10:30am–3:30pm
The Union for Contemporary Art is offering a Together Workshop - Costume Design with Celeste Butler - on Saturday, April 27; 10:30am–3:30pm. Tour 30 Americans at Joslyn, then head to the Union to create work inspired by Nick Cave's soundsuits. Registration is required. To find out more visit the Union For Contemporary Art.
 
Public Tour
30 Americans
1-2 pm
Tour this exhibition which brings together over 60 works by contemporary African American artists focusing on important issues of racial, gender, and sexual identity; ongoing narratives of racial inequality in the United States; poverty; racial stereotyping; and the power of protest. Through painting, photography, works on paper, sculpture, installation, and video, these nationally and internationally recognized black artists offer a challenging account of race in the United States and how our shared history continues to shape the ways we interact and engage with our fellow citizens today. This is a ticketed exhibit: General public adults: $10 (Thursday evening pricing, 4-8 pm: $5 for general public adults); $5 for college students with a valid ID (tickets for those with a UNMC student ID are free); Youth ages 17 and younger: Free; Joslyn Members: Free

Tours meet in Atrium
 
Sunday, April 28
Public Tour
30 Americans
1-2 pm
Tour this exhibition which brings together over 60 works by contemporary African American artists focusing on important issues of racial, gender, and sexual identity; ongoing narratives of racial inequality in the United States; poverty; racial stereotyping; and the power of protest. Through painting, photography, works on paper, sculpture, installation, and video, these nationally and internationally recognized black artists offer a challenging account of race in the United States and how our shared history continues to shape the ways we interact and engage with our fellow citizens today. This is a ticketed exhibit: General public adults: $10 (Thursday evening pricing, 4-8 pm: $5 for general public adults); $5 for college students with a valid ID (tickets for those with a UNMC student ID are free); Youth ages 17 and younger: Free; Joslyn Members: Free

Tours meet in Atrium