Constellation Studios is featured in Lance’s Journal, with a tour and interview with Karen! This interesting process involves great questions and taping all condensed to the essence in this short video:
Thanks, Lance, for visiting and bring out the great Constellation Studios story!
Constellation Studios has received a nice recognition by the Preservation Association of Lincoln with the 2014 City Center Award, that recognizes outstanding effort in maintaining the vitality of Lincoln’s urban core! An awards ceremony was held on Sunday, March 9th, with Karen Kunc and Kenny Walton recognized along with BVH Architects, here represented by our team leader Dan Worth.
Join Constellation Studios for Lincoln’s First Friday Gallery Walk, March 7th, 6:00 – 9:00pm. We will have the “first viewing” of the international exchange portfolio “From There to Here (Bridges)” before it is seen in exhibition in San Francisco at the Southern Graphics Council International Annual Conference. This project represents 9 faculty artists from Austria, India, Finland, Turkey, Cuba, Bangladesh, Spain, USA, Egypt, who each invited 1 student to take part. A truly prodigious effort to build bridges through printmaking and gift culture.
Thank you everyone for making the event so exciting, with overwhelming responses to the space, the art and colors, the crowd, and the reality of this vision. I wish I had made a speech to tell everyone how I feel, but the nice interview in the LJS conveyed my thoughts more in depth and intimately that I could have amid the crush of well-wishers. Thank you everyone of such a for a great launch of Constellation Studios!
Join Constellation Studios for February First Friday as we host the Lincoln Print Group Print Sale, February 7, 5:00–9:00pm. Original etchings, woodcuts, lithographs and screen prints, as well as hand-printed t-shirts and Valentines, will be available for sale. There will also be a raffle of faculty and graduate work. The sale continues on Saturday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
I have enjoyed setting up and playing in the gallery space at last, to set up my works for an intriguing and “revealing” show. Thanks to help from Bethany, Patricia and Meryl, things are going beautifully on the vast new walls!
The big move of two presses into Constellation Studios, needing the muscle of some great moving guys! Also drawers of type and some cabinets. Now it feels like the studio is shaping up, yet more is to come. This will be a step by step process, but exciting to have the new home for my 35 year old Brand Press.
A revelatory exhibition into the process by which artist Karen Kunc creates her woodcut prints. Doodles become drawings, carved woodblocks transfer ink to paper, color sequences and evolutionary process enable her powerful visual expression to emerge.
Of Process will be on display in the Constellation Studios gallery from January 18 to April 5, 2014. Opening reception to be held on January 18th from 6:00 – 9:00pm, more details in the event post.
I want to thank all of you who have given a hand and enabled great progress to happen on my mural at Constellation Studios. It has come a long way, and looks amazing! Right now the weather is going to put a slow down on what can be done, until spring. Also, what is left to do is up high and needs to be done from the scissors lift or ladders, and also so much yet needs my touch to do the blending and special color effects. So, keep watching and eventually I will get back to this huge project… it has been fun and consuming… with a great presence now on ‘O’ Street!
Artists are invited to propose a short-term residency of 2 weeks–4 weeks. Residencies are self-funded by the artists who pay studio fees (see fee list). Shared housing is available as scheduling permits. Artists will work independently and design their program with the assistance of the director. Send brief information, objectives, references and contact information by email or post. Do not include original samples and materials will not be returned. Submissions will be reviewed ongoing, and you will be contacted if we are interested.
Studio and Arts Management internships provide young artists with the opportunity to learn and work along with director, visiting artists, artist associates in the development of creative projects, gallery exhibitions, and an arts business. Internships are unpaid, available for credit or non-credit, 3 months–6 months. Expected hours are 8-10 hours week, with studio access for your own work at other times. Send brief information, objectives, references and contact information by email or post. Do not include original samples and materials will not be returned. Submissions will be reviewed ongoing, and you will be contacted if we are interested.
We are open for proposals for collaborative projects, exhibitions, print publishing, workshop courses, WallWorks temporary outdoor street art. Send brief information, objectives, references and contact information by email or post. Do not include original samples and materials will not be returned. Submissions will be reviewed ongoing, and you will be contacted if we are interested.