OPEN CALL: Lux Center
I am a culinary cheapskate, of sorts. I try to limit the cost of a home-cooked meal’s protein to $2 to $4–total, not per pound. It comes from years of having no choice; however, I have these budgetary restriction to partially thank for my culinary creativity. You try having chicken, turkey, eggs or pork 4 days in a row; it will make you creative too. Now I will still buy a lux bottle of vinegar for $15, but I have priorities, ha. This next call is for the LUX Center, but it isn’t necessarily the theme. Take a look…
Check out this Open Call from the LUX Center for the Arts (Lincoln, NE) for Exhibition Opportunities including both Solo and Group shows. There is no fee to enter, so don’t miss this opportunity!
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LUX Center for the Arts
Artists interested in exhibition opportunities at the LUX Center for the Arts should submit a Proposal for formal consideration by their exhibitions committee including: Current resume, Artist’s statement, Bio, 10-20 digital images of your work, and accompanying image identification information.
Specific proposal for group or solo exhibitions are also welcome.
ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists
MEDIA: All media considered
ABOUT the LUX Center: The mission of LUX Center for the Arts is to enhance the lives of a diverse public through the visual arts by providing exceptional learning opportunities in contemporary art, craft, and design. These opportunities, honoring the legacy of arts educator Gladys M. Lux, include art classes, residence programs, gallery exhibitions, and community outreach.
Previously known as University Place Art Center, LUX Center for the Arts was organized in 1977 to provide a cultural focal point for the University Place neighborhood. In 1987, the center moved to its current location, the old University Place city hall located at the corner of N. 48th Street and Baldwin. . Benefactor, artist, and arts educator Gladys M. Lux purchased and donated the building for arts education purposes. In 2000, the center purchased an adjacent building and created classrooms and studios to improve its ability to offer quality programs.