This October saw the completion of the mural repair and refresh with a new grand design! All is meant to integrate and compliment with colorful new imagery and themes. Check it out….impossible to miss this as an entry to downtown Lincoln!
Here are sequence shots of the new section, and the repairs done up high on the scaffold:
The inBEtween exhibition is a touring group show,
planned to promote unity in response to our divisive time. Artists in the group are responsible for
taking the show in their location, therefore bringing it to a wider audience,
and to include local artists and community.
In this way the message can keep reframing itself in a new and relevant
This show has been presented in 2019 at the Gertrude Herbert
Institute of Art, Augusta, Georgia, and in 2020 at Studios Inc. Kansas City,
Missouri, and Constellation Studios, Lincoln, Nebraska. Alternative shows and works were shown also
in Germany and India. Exhibitions and
venues are being planned through 2021 and 2022.
Artists in the show
From Germany: nomadic sculptor Roger Rigorth’s installation of thin, fragile oars, Barbara Beisinhoff’s prints address air, water, earth, and Sabine Stange’s photographs on perceptual transience.
America: Tana Kellner’s monoprints on the US Bill of Rights and
immigration, Cheryl Goldsleger’s prints of migration maps, Miguel
Rivera’s overlapped drawings derived from his Mexican American roots, Leslie
Jean Bart’s photographs of Haitian American identity discord through photos
of people in water, Karen Kunc’s woodcuts on rural urban migration, Larry
Millard’s batons referencing entry permits, and Kristin Casaletto’s
prints of community existence.
India: Ayisa Abraham’s film of the life of a Nepali migrant living in
Bangalore, Veer Munshi’s installation on his return to his exiled home
in Kashmir, and Tara Sabharwal’s collaged silkscreen prints of refugees
on boats encountering the ‘other’.
guest artists: Jamie Ho’s photo documentary of her Chinese family
history at the threshold of erasure, Francisco Souto’s metaphoric
drawings of social collapse in Venezuela, Nancy Friedemann-Sánchez’s folkloric
print of colonial artifacts from Columbia, and Oria Simonini’s watercolors
of migrant experience from her Guatemalan roots.