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Exhibit - Painting

Learning Environments, an exhibition of arts-based research by Kimberley D’Adamo

Recurring Date Info:
8:00 am
Nebraska Innovation Campus
2nd Floor Link
Lincoln NE 68508
Target Audiences:
Brooke Goedert, (402) 472-5535,
For Kimberley D’Adamo, art is a rigorous form of academic research, a way to explore and understand our world. These paintings are artifacts of past and present investigations-presented in various stages, from initial sketches to near completion. This summer, D’Adamo will use the NIC art gallery as her temporary studio, revising and completing the works displayed, thus making visible how artworks evolve from concept to completion.

Much of her earlier work delved into ecology, examining how and where we learn about the natural systems we are part of. Now, her research extends to educational environments, exploring how learning is shaped by the complex institutional systems we navigate. This progression reflects a deepening exploration of interconnection and complexity, both natural and educational.

The location of Learning Environments at Nebraska Innovation Campus, with NIC’s strong ties to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, the R1 flagship land-grant university, enhances the exhibition by embodying the interdisciplinary exploration and academic inquiry that underpin her work.

Kimberley D’Adamo is an artist and a lecturer at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. She studied philosophy and the history of science at St. John’s College in Maryland. She earned her BA in Visual Art and Philosophy at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. She has an MA in Art Education from SFSU and just received her doctorate at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.

This exhibit is located in the 2nd floor link at Nebraska Innovation Campus and is free and open to the public daily from 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. through June 28.

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