NCAG-JAM “ARTPOST” EXHIBITION RECEIVES LOCAL AND NATIONAL RECOGNITION

Mentor Larry Ferguson and mentee Erin Colson pose in front of their work. Photo Courtesy Joslyn Art Museum
Mentor Larry Ferguson and mentee Erin Colson pose in front of their work. Photo Courtesy Joslyn Art Museum

The collaborative exhibition between NCAG and Joslyn Art Museum, “ArtPost,” has received recognition in the journal of the Association of Art Museum Director’s Community News section. The article featured the top nationwide community based events in American Art museums November of 2016.  A link to the article may be found here:

http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?m=1110153100216&ca=ceb4c6e7-5dab-4dba-b766-5c26d6ccbe80

Some of the comments from the Joslyn Artpost visitor comment book:
•Wonderful collection of art!
•Metro Photo Club loves Erin!!
•Great job! Thank you for your service and sharing your work!
•Made me cry & smile & be proud of our men & women in service.
•This place is amazing
•Absolutely beautiful and moving!
•Amazing work—thank you for showcasing our veterans work!
•The exhibit was amazing. I’m a vet and it really takes me to a great place to see all the great art pieces
•Wonderful exhibit
•Art allows the soul to exhale. Sometimes in joy, sometimes in sorrow, sometimes in anger, sometimes in love. But it gives us an avenue, a release. Awe work by all. Thank you for sharing J
•Love the exhibit
•Very lovely
•I think what you’re doing is wonderful. The art that stems from the turmoil veterans and their families have faced is truly remarkable
•Wow! What talent! One of my favorite exhibitions.
•Maravillosa exhibicion!
•Autumn Haze is my favorite, beautiful colors! Happy my friend showed me this. I’ve never experienced an art museum until today
•Impressive, an eclectic series of photographs really bring to life the daily battle veterans go through
•Wonderful & inspiring exhibit by Erin Colson—Thank you for your art & service!
•So wonderful, thank you
•Nice exhibit! Comparable to the New Century Art Guild Gallery in Bellevue on Mission Ave
•Amazing, profound work. Thank you
•Pasión por el arte
•Absolutely fabulous
•John Miller’s ideologies on art completely express how I feel. God bless.
•It’s all really pretty
•The Stare was deeply touching. Art form is truly a manifestation of strong emotions that may or may not be easily expressed verbally. Thank you to the artist for connecting me to the many soldiers who have endured mentally, emotionally and physically. Such loss and suffering.
•I enjoyed Imo Lax & Stephen Cornelius Roberts
•Beautiful place! Thanks for existing
•True memories and true emotion. I love this hall!
•I am in AWE of these talented artists! They have moved me deeply. Thank you
•All of the art is beautiful
•I came from Pennsylvania to visit my fiancé in Nebraska. We decided to come here and visit this museum and I’m glad we did! What a great way to spend the day! Lots of stuff to see!
•Beautiful! Thank you for this collaboration J Makes me proud!
•Came from Texas to visit Omaha for some family to share the love. Fell in love with the creativity and minds of others on the way
•Had a wonderful time looking at all the different styles of art
•I love it. It has cool paintings

 

NCAG VETERAN ART EXHIBITION NOW ON DISPLAY AT JOSLYN ART MUSEUM

"ArtPost" opens to a crowd of 450
NCAG/Joslyn “ArtPost” Exhibition  opens to a crowd of 450

“ArtPost”, the culminating exhibition of NCAG emerging veteran artists and professional artist mentors, opened in the Community Gallery of Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, NE on Saturday, November 5th. The opening reception was part the military family fun day that drew a crowd of 450 to 500 patrons into the museum. The exhibition will be on display through Dec. 31st, 2016. More information may be found on Joslyn’s website:

https://www.joslyn.org/artpost/

 

EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITY!! Southwest Iowa Art Tour 2016 — Oakland, IA

—-MORE INFO: www.swiarttour.com —–

WHAT: Southwest Iowa Art Tour 2016

WHERE: Community Building at 614 Dr. Van Zee Road, Oakland, Iowa (1/2 hour drive east of Omaha)

WHEN: Saturday, September 17th from 10:00am – 6:30pm and Sunday, September 18th from noon4pm.

Background:

This event is a part of the Southwest Iowa Art Tour, and its purpose is to promote professional artists across Southwest Iowa. This is an opportunity for artists to showcase their work, interact with the public and sell their creations.  All artists will be vetted prior to the event to ensure professional quality.

In addition to the tour, the event in Oakland will serve as a fundraiser for the Community Development, Vision 20/20 project to repurpose the High school building in Oakland into a unique, regional destination that will attract visitors, workers, business growth and a provide a place for creative people to work and live.

Contact ASAP:

Brenda Windmuller:   brenda@goldenhillsrcd.org or call 712-482-3029

 

NCAG SPONSORED ART WORKSHOPS FOR VIETNAM VETERANS AND FAMILIES

Vietnam Veteran's wives display their "Barn Quilt" projects
Vietnam Veterans’  wives display their “Barn Quilt” projects

New Century Art Guild is pleased to have participated in the well attended  32nd Annual Nebraska Vietnam Veterans Reunion in Omaha, NE over the weekend of August 12-13th.  Several art workshops were offered by NCAG to Vietnam veterans and their family members throughout the reunion, providing an opportunity to share stories and make new friendships. NCAG looks forward to participating in next years reunion!

ARTIST RECEPTION FOR TWO VETERAN ARTISTS AUGUST 19th

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New Century Art Guild is pleased to open our new Nebraska headquarters and art gallery in Olde Towne Bellevue. An exhibition of NCAG’s 2016 Veteran Artist Grant Recipient Neville Bridgeford’s photography and paintings and the photography of Navy Veteran, Jeff Wild will be on display until September 30th. The opening event will also run concurrently with City of Bellevue’s “Arrows to Aerospace” Parade and festival on Saturday August 20th.

Venue

Rotert Memorial Art Gallery
105 East Mission Ave.
Bellevue, NE 68005 United States

NEW CAREERS, NEW POSSIBILITIES, NEW DIRECTIONS FOR ARTISTS AND VETERANS