Category: Arts & Culture

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Connect with Sheldon

by Jonathan Frederick Walz, Curator of American Art at Sheldon Museum of Art When students ask me, “So what exactly does a curator do?” I tell them a curator manages an ever-changing collection, much like a librarian—or even a zookeeper....

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Lincoln’s Own Wine Story

Located in Raymond just North of Lincoln, James Arthur Vineyard is Nebraska’s largest and oldest vineyard. It sits on 400 acres of prairie grassland and has been family owned and operated for the past 17 years by co-owners Jim and...

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Lincoln’s Culture Centers

By Sriyani Tidball Lincoln’s culture has changed dramatically in the past decade. Today in Lincoln, unusual, ethnic vegetables are mainstream at an ordinary supermarket. When it comes to ethnic restaurants, Lincoln boasts of many, wonderful options. If it is Indian food you...

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Lincoln Festivals

Fun, Food, Art and Music by Donna Joy Brakenhoff   Summer is the time for long days with hot breezes followed by short nights, for enjoying fresh produce, and the best season for fun and exciting festivals in Lincoln, Nebraska....

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17th Street Shopping

With its delightful collection of sights, sounds and food for the soul, a walk through the restored 17th Street shopping area is sure to please on an afternoon out. This collection of good neighbor shops with convenient curbside parking, peppers...

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Star City Attractions

by Sriyani Tidball   Whether you are a visitor or a resident, educate and entertain yourself as you explore Lincoln’s many attractions. University of Nebraska State Museum—Morrill Hall One of the region’s top natural history museums, the University of Nebraska State...

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Sheldon Museum of Art

by Jorge Daniel Veneciano, Director, Sheldon Museum of Art    The strength of the Sheldon Museum of Art is its collection, a testament to unwavering support and collaboration established in 1888 by the University of Nebraska and the precursor to today’s Sheldon...