Pick: Parallel Circuits

Jan. 11
Parallel Circuits
Robert Hillestad Textiles Gallery
2nd Floor, Home Economics Building, 35th Street north of East Campus Loop, Lincoln
6 p.m., FREE

"Parallel Circuits" is an art exhibition that evolved from the UNL graduate seminar course Design Perspectives and Issues. The exhibition places an emphasis on the evolution of the "Do It Yourself" movement and advancements in techology. Students were given room to explore the DIY culture and examine historical and contemporary texts, including how-to instructional magazines, online video tutorials as well as personal experimentation. Additionally, students learned how to create soft circuits, dissect electronic devices and investigate new techology like muscle wire and conducive thread. The exhibition that has emerged from this experimentation will feature work by students, faculty and invited artists. The work emphasizes the importance of the senses: sight, hearing and touch. A strange exhibition to be sure, it is only on display until Jan. 18, however there is an artist reception on Jan. 11 from 6 pm. til 8 p.m.

posted at 12:58 pm
on Tuesday, January 08th, 2013

COMMENTS

(We're testing Facebook commenting (you can login using other services, too); please let us know if you have trouble.)


 

« Previous Page


Million Dollar Quartet

TUESDAY 18 
Feb. 18-23
MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET
Orpheum Theater
409 S. 16th St.
Tues-Thurs: 7:30 p.m. Fri: 8 p.m. Sat: 2 & 8 p.m. Sun: 1:30 & 7 p.m.
Tickets: $30-$90...

more »


Outside The Lines: Unexpected Delights from Major Composers

SUNDAY 23
Feb. 23
OUTSIDE THE LINES:  Unexpected Delights from Major Composers
Omaha Symphony’s Symphony Joslyn
Alexandra Rock, oboe
Christi Zuniga, piano
Michael Lyon, narrator
Thomas...

more »


GNIT

THURSDAY 20
Feb. 20-Mar. 15
GNIT
Blue Barn Theatre
614 S. 11th St.
Tickets: $20-$25http://www.bluebarn.org
 

Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen wrote famed Peer Gynt, a wild, wide-ranging,...

more »


Killing Them Softly: The Return of King Buzzo

But as Melvins fans are well aware, an open mind can yield great rewards. Queen’s “You’re My Best Friend,” for example, certainly doesn’t scream “Melvins material,” yet it found itself on Everybody...

more »


he Legendary Count Basie Orchestra featuring New York Voices

FRIDAY 14
Feb. 14
THE LEGENDARY COUNT BASIE ORCHESTRA FEATURING NEW YORK VOICES
Kiewit Hall, Holland Center
2200 Dodge St.
8 p.m. Tickets $25-65
http://www.OmahaPerformingArts.org

Count...

more »







Advanced Search