Art League of Lincoln

Council grants lower facility fees

At a lightly-attended session, Lincoln City Council heard requests from two nonprofit groups to lower facility fees and discussed hiring another consultant to gather data for remed ...

Holiday boutique sponsored by Art League of Lincoln

The Art League of Lincoln needs your help and support. During the months of November and December, we are holding a holiday boutique in the Art Center each Friday and Saturday.&nbs ...

Cactus giveaway

Great progress is being made on the community art center by the Art League of Lincoln. We have permission to work on the landscaping. We will be replacing some of the lava rock and ...

ClayDay was a success

  A huge thank-you to Rotary volunteers, Lincoln Area Archives Museum, Lincoln High School cheer and other student volunteers for helping the Art League put on Lincoln ClayDa ...

Art League rep thanks Gladding, McBean

  As a citizen of Lincoln and executive director of the Art League of Lincoln, I would like to say thank you to Gladding, McBean for 138 years (but especially the last 25) of ...

Put show at McBean Park

  I was in total disbelief after reading Ms. Feineman’s editorial in last week’s paper. Obviously, she has no clue as to the production of an event such as &ldquo ...

Show should have stayed

  It sounds like the Art League of Lincoln is getting off on the wrong foot with the City Council and the residents of Lincoln. The 580 Sixth St. property accommodated the n ...

Art League of Lincoln’s comments regarding The News Messenger March 21 column on page 4, “Art league needs to consider Lincoln residents"

  TO ALL OUR VALUED ART LEAGUE OF LINCOLN MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS: This letter was written by our President, Paul Apfel, to be shared with all of you: I read the Thursday, M ...

Art league needs to consider Lincoln residents

The 1-year-old Art League of Lincoln needs to change the way it does business. If it doesn’t, the nonprofit arts organization formed to take the place of the closed Linc ...

Art league’s “ClayFest” show relocates to Roseville gallery

  The 1-year-old Art League of Lincoln has taken its feats out of town. The iconic Feats of Clay art show, sponsored by the now closed Lincoln Arts at the Gladding, McBean f ...