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“Orbs, Shapes & ‘Scapes,” featuring the work of Yadi Flannery and Martha Flannery, Santa Fe, N.M., and Nancy Henry, Prairie Village, Kan., opens at the Lincoln Art Center, Saturday, July 2, from 5:30 - 7:30, with a gallery walk at 6:15. This exhibit runs through Aug. 30, 2016.

“Orbs, Shapes & ‘Scapes”

Martha Flannery, Nancy Henry and Yadi Flannery opened this new exhibit at the Lincoln Art Center, Saturday, July 2. It runs through Aug. 30, 2016.

New in 2016, the Lincoln Art Center began offering a wine and paint class each month, called "Gogh Paint."

Gogh Paint Class

New in 2016, the Lincoln Art Center began offering a monthly wine and paint class, called “Gogh Paint.” Call to reserve your seat for the next class!

The Lincoln Art Center hosts an informal jam session the 4th Saturday afternoon of each month.

Old Time Music Jam

The Lincoln Art Center hosts an informal jam session on the 4th Saturday of each month. Everyone is invited.

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Defining Threshold

DEFINING THRESHOLD (May 13 – July 3) Features the works of Connie Burket (Salina), Linda Foster (Miltonvale), Andrea Fuhrman (Abilene), Becky Hyberger (Salina), Ruth Moritz (Salina), Debbie Wagner (Salina), and Lori Wright (Salina) as they explore the concept of ‘Threshold’ through various mixed media (drawing, painting, sculpture, assemblage, and installation) .

Message from Two Plainsmen

Curt Clonts of Wichita, KS  is a mixed media painter living in Wichita, Kansas. He was a student of regionalist painter Maleta Forsberg and of nationally recognized painter James “Jim” Gross. He was the Artist-In-Residence at Wichita’s Friends University from 2006 to 2013. He is a former arts commentator (“An Artist’s Perspective”) heard on KMUW Radio, […]

Fortitude & Persistence: Fort Hays State University Faculty and Students Exhibition

FORTITUDE & PERSISTENCE is an exhibition of current Faculty and Students from Fort Hays State University. The Exhibition runs from November 11 through December 31, 2021. Lincoln Art Center will host an opening reception on Friday, November 11 from 5:30-7:30. The Lincoln Art Center gallery is open Tuesday-Friday, Noon-4:00 and Saturday, 9:00-Noon

Parallels is a multi-media installation by Artists Ann Zerger and Chip Parker which celebrates the preservation of the native Kansas grasslands by bringing an outside Eco Sphere, in. In addition to the gallery exhibit, they will work with local students to create an ephemeral art work from natural prairie materials which will also be on display.

PARALLELS

Parallels is a multi-media installation by Artists Ann Zerger and Chip Parker which celebrates the preservation of the native Kansas grasslands by bringing an outside Eco Sphere, in. In addition to the gallery exhibit, they will work with local students to create an ephemeral art work from natural prairie materials which will also be on display.

Have I Been There Before by Jerry Exline and Vaughn Graber Exhibit at Lincoln Art Center

Have I Been There Before : Jerry Exline Retrospective and Vaughn Graber, Woodturning

This exhibit at Lincoln Art Center features a retrospective of Jerry Exline’s 2-D art work and Vaughn Graber’s wood turning. Exhibit dates are July 9-August 28, 2021.

Spirit of Earth & Sky

This exhibit was featured at Lincoln Art Center May 14-June 30, 2021 featuring Angela Muller and Barbara Stevens.

Inside Looking Out

The new exhibit opening reception is Friday, April 9 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Featuring Mixed Media by Barbara Solberg & photography by Tom Schmiedeler.

Shop the Lincoln Art Center gift gallery online

Shop the Gift Gallery Online

The Lincoln Art Center now has an online store! Click on the SHOP tab to see the items currently available.

Medina assemblages

KeepBox

This exhibit was a commemorative Exhibition in honor of artist Peggy Medina, showing at Lincoln Art Center from January 8-March 12, 2021.

January Facebook Sale Items

Gift Gallery Live Facebook Sale

Tuesday March 23 is the next Live Sale! Watch on Facebook at 5:30 p.m. to join the fun and see what unique hand-crafted Kansas-made items are currently for sale from the Gift Gallery.