Art League of Lincoln

Lincoln Theatre Compnay sets its aspirations high

Not even 6-months-old, the nonprofit Lincoln Theatre Company has a big mission as well as high expectations. The mission is to provide educational opportunities for children and a ...

Keep Art League of Lincoln at home

       Thanks to the City Council for maintaining the Art League of Lincoln in its home at 580 6th St.  The contributions to the community of Lincoln ...

Art League of Lincoln belongs at 580 6th St.

If you haven’t visited the Art League of Lincoln’s gallery at 580 6th St., make it a priority this week. That’s because the gallery is a very comfortable and ...

Art League of Lincoln on the move or can the organization stay in city building?

Members of the nonprofit Art League of Lincoln, formed in March 2012, are wondering if the organization will still be able to lease the city-owned 580 6th St. property. On Aug. 28 ...

Art for all ages

Lincoln High School sophomore Wyatt Dornbush, left, stands next to his welded entry that won honorable mention in the Art League of Lincoln's current exhibit, "Restoration ...

Art League’s exterior looks great

The Art League of Lincoln would like to express our sincere appreciation to the Bayside Church Serve Day for providing 35 volunteers and equipment to paint the exterior of the A ...

Art League of Lincoln needs larger space for America’s ClayFest

“Support the second annual America’s ClayFest.” While I appreciate the support given by the editor in the above editorial (page 4, May 1), I wish she had conta ...

Support the second annual America’s ClayFest

A year ago March, I wrote a harsh column about the new Art League of Lincoln’s decision to hold a ceramic celebration in another city. The nonprofit Art League was founded wh ...

New exhibit at Art League

I would like to give a huge shout out to Gladding, McBean for helping the Art League of Lincoln create a great terra cotta and glaze exhibit at the Art Center. They even brought o ...

Art League of Lincoln’s America’s ClayFest now going on

      The America’s ClayFest celebration is in full swing through the end of May, continuing Lincoln’s tradition of more than 25 years of ceramics ...