Elder Gallery Exhibit Features the Talents of Nebraska High School Students

The artistic talents of Nebraska high school students will be showcased at Nebraska Wesleyan’s second annual juried art exhibition “Bridge.”

Nebraska Wesleyan’s Department of Art will host Bridge November 30-December 17. High school seniors from across the state were invited to submit artwork to be considered for the exhibition. Two “best of show” entries will each be awarded a $10,000 talent scholarship to study visual art at NWU.

Thirty students have been selected for the exhibition, which will feature a variety of mediums including acrylic, clay, watercolor, photography, oil, sculpture, color pencil, and more.

The exhibit is free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday-Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m. Elder Gallery is located in the Rogers Center for Fine Arts, 50th Street and Huntington Ave.

Nebraska high school students selected for the exhibit include:

Arapahoe: Caitlin Tangeman

Auburn: Tabbitha Unruh

Bellevue: Nicole Henderson, Jamie Thomas, Sam Thomas, Annie Mullins, Josh Collison

Cedar Bluffs: Maren McDowell

Chappell: Jackie Kimbrough

Eagle: Caitlin Schroeder

Ewing: Laura Tomjack

Fremont: Alexis Egger

Howells: Megan Svitak

Omaha: Max Sigman, Darian Holmes, Christina Liebentritt, Bridget McPeck

Keystone: Bridget Fricke

Lincoln: Vy Vu, Ethan Nichols

Papillion: Ariel Barber

Platte Center: Elissa Jarosz

Milford: Abbey Ahmed

North Platte: Mariah Decent

Seward: Nakuya Smith

Sutton: Lauren Simonsen

Wahoo: Joshua Proctor

Waverly: Brittany Gay, Rachael Salmen

York: Lindsay Dolan

 

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The Bridge exhibit features the talents of 30 Nebraska high school seniors.
Two Best of Show entries will each be awarded a $10,000 talent scholarship to attend NWU.
Elder Gallery's Bridge exhibit includes 30 works from a variety of mediums including photography, sculpture and color pencil.
The Bridge exhibit continues now through Dec. 17.