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Art Exhibition

Julia Noyes art exhibition

Recurring Date Info:
Daily:
Date:
Time:
All Day
Location: Nebraska East Union Room: Loft Gallery (on 3rd floor) Target Audiences:
The abstract expressionistic style of Julia Noyes focuses on energy, color, texture, and composition. Motifs include crosses, angels and spiritual themes incorporating words and hidden images.
This event originated in Nebraska Unions.
Art Exhibition

Julia Noyes art exhibition

Recurring Date Info:
Daily:
Date:
Time:
All Day
Location: Nebraska East Union Room: Loft Gallery (on 3rd floor) Target Audiences:
The abstract expressionistic style of Julia Noyes focuses on energy, color, texture, and composition. Motifs include crosses, angels and spiritual themes incorporating words and hidden images.
This event originated in Nebraska Unions.
Art Exhibition

Julia Noyes art exhibition

Recurring Date Info:
Daily:
Date:
Time:
All Day
Location: Nebraska East Union Room: Loft Gallery (on 3rd floor) Target Audiences:
The abstract expressionistic style of Julia Noyes focuses on energy, color, texture, and composition. Motifs include crosses, angels and spiritual themes incorporating words and hidden images.
This event originated in Nebraska Unions.
Art Exhibition

First Friday: Lincoln Modern Quilt Guild at International Quilt Museum

Date:
Time:
4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Location: International Quilt Museum Target Audiences:
Join us for a presentation and reception with the Lincoln Modern Quilt Guild about their new exhibition “Second Chances: Upcycled Modern Quilts.”
This event originated in Jackson Wilde.
Art Exhibition

First Friday: Lincoln Modern Quilt Guild at International Quilt Museum

Date:
Time:
4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Location: International Quilt Museum Target Audiences:
Join us for a presentation and reception with the Lincoln Modern Quilt Guild about their new exhibition “Second Chances: Upcycled Modern Quilts.”
This event originated in Jackson Wilde.