Elder Gallery Exhibit Features NWU Student Talents

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s current Elder Gallery exhibit features the artistic talents of the school’s student body.

The 2011 Juried Student Exhibition continues now through February 27. The juror was Andy Smith of the Joslyn Art Museum’s Education Department.

Megan McClintic’s oil pen on canvas piece titled “note” was named “best of show.” McClintic is a junior from David City.

Drew Curtright, a sophomore from Lincoln, received the “faculty choice” award for his copper work titled “necklace.”

The honorable mention award went to Tim Brawner, a first year student from Omaha. His entry titled “pthesis typography” features pen and ink.

Other students exhibiting in the show include:

  • Heather Barnes
  • Xuan Lan Nguyen
  • Natasia Otto Berglund
  • Krista Popp
  • Brandon Peterson
  • Alison Evert
  • Katy Roberts
  • Michael Larson
  • Hannah Smith
  • Whitney Williams
  • Abbigael Jensen
  • Jamie Crist

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

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Megan McClintic's oil and pen on canvas titled "note" has been named "best of show."
Drew Curtright's copper work titled "necklace" was the "faculty choice" award.
Tim Brawner's pen and ink exhibit was named "honorable mention."