Celebrating the Special Exhibition,
Art Seen: A Juried Exhibition of Artists from Omaha to Lincoln
Select artists, in conversation with Karin Campbell, talk about their work in Art Seen. Sarah Berkeley, Mo Neal, Josh Johnson, and Jamie Burmeister will each speak about their work, shedding light on practice, process, and what inspires them to create
is a ticketed exhibition, FREE for Joslyn members. Enjoy special pricing Late 'til 8 on Thursday evenings, 4:00-8:00 PM: $5 for general public adults. All visitors must obtain a ticket at the admissions desk for entrance to the exhibition.
works across media questioning cultural norms, such as
the 9-5 work day, the office environment, indoor living, gender
stereotypes, and the voluntary sharing of personal data. She creates
public interventions and durational performances which she documents
using photography, video and GPS. Berkeley is assistant professor at
Nebraska Wesleyan University.
Working across media, Mo Neal
mines art history, popular culture, and personal narrative to sate her fascination with movement and precarious spaces, both physical and social. Born in Houston, Texas, Neal received her BA at the Louisville School of Art at Washington State University and her MFA at Virginia Commonwealth University. A recipient of the NEA Sculpture Award, Neal currently teaches drawing and sculpture at the University of Nebraska—Lincoln.
draws upon Post Minimalist notions and a scrounger’s resourcefulness to create sculptures that navigate traditional processes and commonplace materials. Johnson earned his BFA from the University of North Dakota and his MFA from the University of Nebraska—Lincoln. His work has been featured in exhibitions at venues including Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati; Rosalux Gallery, Minneapolis; and the Sioux City Art Center, Iowa. Johnson currently teaches at the University of Nebraska—Lincoln and Nebraska Wesleyan University.
Through 3D printing, animation, programming, sculpture, and sound, among many other outlets, Jamie Burmeister
explores his conscious experience of the world. His work has been featured in exhibitions at venues including the Des Moines Art Center, Iowa; the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha; Akron Art Museum, Ohio; and Sheldon Museum of Art, Lincoln, NE.