An exhibit of mosaics and scale models from animation, movies, video games, and other works of visual media, from the personal collection of Chris Knudtson, will be on display in the Criss Library Osborne Family Gallery from May 10 through June 21.
The Opening Reception will be held from 3-5 pm on Sunday, May 12.
All events are free and open to the public.
Stop by the UNO Criss Library Osborne Family Gallery to view the Bachelor of Arts in Studio Arts Senior Exhibition April 7-May 4. Opening reception will be Sunday April 7, 2013 from 3-5pm.
Photography & China’s Floating Population: Redux 2012 is a documentary photography exhibit that commemorates the 75th anniversary of the Grace Abbott School of Social Work. Grace Abbott (1878-1939), from Grand Island, NE, was a passionate advocate for children, immigrants and social justice. She devoted her career to raising awareness as to the plight of the vulnerable. In the spirit of Grace Abbott, Professor Szto used photography as a tool of social change to record one of the largest internal migrations in human history. Since the 1980s, an estimated 150 to 200 million people have moved from China’s rural areas to urban centers, The exhibit documents this mass movement of people in the city of Guangzhou.
Plan to visit the Osborne Family Gallery @ Criss Library to see this thought provoking exhibit!
Exhibit ends Thursday!!! Stop by H. Don and Connie J. Osborne Family Gallery in Criss Library to view the artwork of Terry Diel. “Smokin’ Hot Ladies is Terry’s tribute to some of the greatest actresses in early motion picture history. His medium of choice is a yellow #2 pencil which he uses to create wonderful images of women who were trained and nurtured by the largest movie studio systems in the world. This is an exhibition not to be missed!
Stop by the H. Don and Connie J. Osborne Family Gallery on the main level of Criss Library to view a display of personal and organizational items from the Strategic Air Command. Items in the exhibit represent the organization of people who kept the peace during much of the 20th century. Items are on loan from the Commander in Chief Strategic Air Command (CINCSAC) collection, the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force James McCoy collection and the Arthur Storz Collection.